James Key - TestsForge Expert Profile


James Key joined the TestsForge team in 2007 as the Oracle certification exam engineer. Prior to this appointment he was an engineer at Oracle. Mr. Key’s research is in Bronze DBA and Oracle Weblogic Server. Of particular interest is research on Oracle Weblogic Server certification exam engine. He focuses on the following certification exams prep: HP0-084 HP Integrity Multi-OS Installation & Deployment, HP0-M44 HP SiteScope 11.x Software, HP2-E50 Consultative Selling of HP Mission Critical Technical Services, HP0-787 NonStop Advanced Application Development, 640-509 FNDN, HP0-J56 3PAR Solutions Advanced Service and Support, 156-110 Check Point Certified Security Principles Associate (CCSPA), HP0-553 Servicing HP Entry-level Integrity Servers, HP0-P11 HP Integrity Entry-Level Server Technologies, 9E0-572 IDSPM, 642-902 Implementing Cisco IP Routing, 1Y0-A14 Implementing Citrix XenDesktop 3, HP0-J54 Advanced SAN Solutions, 648-232 Cisco WebEx Solutions Design and Implementation and 642-062 Routing and Switching for Systems Engineers. At the part time, James Key enjoys making wine. He is an expert about this and has many experiences about it. Later, He with his friends Jack Keller created the website winemaking at jackkeller to share his knowledge for novice, beginner and hobbyist. Due to the work in TestsForge, James Key can’t answer any email about the winemaking. However, he recommends the book – Techniques in home winemaking by Daniel Pambianchi and Knowing, Making wine by Emile Peynaud, Home Winemaking Step-by Step by Jon Iverson which are very useful for beginner. This book is available on Amazon. This website is hot in 2014. The traffic is huge. It has about 100 thousand page hits per day. On the website, you can also find special recipes for blackberry wines, dandelion winds and watermelon wines. James Key’s friend Jack Keller is also the members of The HTML Writers Guild, International webmasters association and the pierce-arrow society. Some are some special pages maintained by James Key.



1. If you don’t know how to start making wine, James key writes an article on the staring page to help you to prepare anything. It’s about the following topics: Natural or Modern Wine, Balloon Wine, How to Use Recipes, How Much Wine Do Recipes Make, Topping Up, Necessary Equipment and Supplies and Advanced Equipment.

 

2. For winemaking, everyone should be an expert on YEAST. James key write an article about this on the yeast page. It’s about the following topics: the miracle of yeast, unravelling the great mystery, a very local affair, the good, the bad and the ugly, cultured wine yeasts and yeast starters.

 

3. This website is open to every one. All the winemaking lovers can submit their own receipt. James keys list all the receipts by the visitor. It includes the receipts for Elderberry Wine, Holy Basil Wine, Banana Wine, Vino Colima, Golden Chanterelle (Dried) Mushroom Wine, Vino Orpico and so on.

 

4. James key and jackkeller shares their knowledge about vitis on the website too. The article discusses three topics. They are: Vitis -- One Genus or Two, Characteristics of the Vitis Section and Characteristics of the Muscadinia Section.

 

5. If you have any problems about winemaking, you may check the page of problems on the website by James key. It talks about several problems including: Common Problems, Hazes and Colors, Flavors, Tastes and Smells and Uncommon Problems.

 

6. James keys also creates a special page for Rupestris because this is normal materials in the winemaking. In the page of rupestris, it includes the following section: the Description of rupestris, Habitat, Age, Horticultural Considerations and Cultivars and Hybrids.

 

7. James keys and jackkeller share their own winemaking recipes on the website. On the page of recipes, you can find the winemaking receipts for the following: Almond Wine, Apple Wine [Heavy Bodied], Apple And Banana Dry Sherry, Apple, Parsnip, Banana And Fig Sweet Sherry, Apple, Parsnip And Raisin Dry Sherry, Apricot Wine, Apricot And Date Wine and so on.

 

8. A special article about Riparia is also on the website. James discusses the following attributes of this common winemaking materials: the description, habitat, age, horticultural considerations and cultivars and hybrids.

 

9. If you are not familiar with the common winemaking material Rotundifolia, you should read the article on the page of rotundif. …A vigorous climber attaining great breadth in spread and girth of central vine, ideally capable of 30-60 feet of growth per year….

 

10. James keys lists all the native north American grape wine recipes on the page of nativew1 and natives. It includes the recipes for Fall Grape (Vitis Berlandieri) Wine, Frost Grape (Vitis riparia) Wine, Muscadine Grape (Vitis Rotundifolia) Wines, Mustang Grape (Vitis Mustangensis) Wines, Riverside Grape (Vitis Riparia) Wine and so on. …Grapes grow wild almost everywhere in the United States, Canada and Mexico except in the extreme deserts and the tundra of the extreme north. …

 

11. Do you know how to using your hydrometer when make wine. James keys and Jackkeller shares their experiences on Hydrometer on the website. It includes the following section: the basic description of hydrometer and what about when your wine finishes below 1.000.

 

12. The glossary of winemaking looks strange for the beginner, sometime even for novel. You can find all the glossaries on the website. It includes as the following: Acetaldehyde, Acetic, Acetic Acid, Acetification, Acetobacter, Ameliorate, Ascorbic Acid, Bitterness, Campden Tablets, Frizzante, Invert Sugar, Malolactic Fermentation and so on.

 

13. Have you ever heard of Dandelion Wine? Jame Key writes an article about this on the website. …he recipes below call for 2-3 quarts of dandelion petals per gallon of wine.…

 

14. James Key and Jackkeller list the basic steps for the winemaking on the website. It’s divided to 5 essential steps. You can find the detailed instructions on the website. The 1st step is Extract the flavor and aroma from the base ingredients by chopping, crushing, pressing, boiling or soaking them.

 

15. If you are familiar with the basic steps, James key introduces some advance techniques on the page of advbasic. It discusses the following topics: what wine is, beware of toxins, the basic concept of winemaking, extracting the flavor, a few more words about flavor and other subjects of interest.

 

16. James Key and Jackeller introduce their approach to winemaking on the page of approach. …while you will find grape-wine recipes here, you will find that the bulk of this web site is devoted to non-grape wines….

 

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