George Hicklin - TestsForge Expert Profiles
George Hicklin’s first degree was a Bachelor of Arts degree in painting from University of Florida in 1992. While an undergraduate he was drawing pictures in and around NY City with a wide variety of pictorial groups. After graduation, George Hicklin had a more objective look at his interests. Then he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. He joined our team in 2003 as the programmer for EMC, Oracle, Cisco, Microsoft, IBM, Adobe and other certification exam prep materials. He focuses on the following exams now: 200-101 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2, 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written, 640-692 Supporting Cisco Routing and Switching Network Devices, 640-916 Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies, 1Y0-613 Citrix Access Suite 4.0: Analysis, 1D0-430 CIW Application Developer, JK0-019 CompTIA Academic/E2C Network+, Exin ISFS Information Security Foundation based on ISO/IEC 27002 and so on. George Hicklin is an opera lover. At the part time, he runs the website of operacast. It runs the opera broadcasts service on the internet. From Monday to Sunday, the website has totally different audio stream. This website also have one blog where you can find which one of the streams is down and which one works well now. George Hicklin spends lots of time to maintain and develop the website. The following are some jobs he has completed:
1. George Hicklin invited Francisco Casanova to run one master training classes for singing opera. It run from January 2011 in New York City. …. A pianist will be provided. For more information, or to make an appointment for an audition, please write to Mr. Timothy di Fiore or Mr. hicklin at …
2. In 2011, George Hicklin completed the broadcast schedule broadcasts & rebroadcasts. All the streams are in MP3 format or Real format. George Hicklin also uploaded all the opera to the server. You can download all of them for free.
3. George Hicklin is high recommended that everyone should read the book “The Assoluta Voice in Opera, 1797 - 1847” by Geoffrey S. Riggs. He created a page on the website of operacast to promote the book. You can see it on the page of assoluta.htm. …He has written numerous articles and reviews for Listener Magazine, Wagner Notes, Review of Reviews, Stagebill and other publications. He lives in New York …
4. Check a few reflections on the reflects.htm page created by George Hicklin. It includes MARIA CALLAS (1923 - 1977) -- HER BEST RECORDINGS IN GOOD SOUND, DONIZETTI AND BRINKMANSHIP, RECALLING ROBERT MERRILL (1917 - 2004), PARTIAL OVERVIEW OF TRISTAN ON CD and so on. It’s all for free and George Hicklin have uploaded all of them to the server.
5. Anyway, the website of operacast requires money to pay the server, and hire more people to maintain the service. If you are kind enough, please contact George Hicklin or visit the page donate.htm to make some donation.