Jan Verburg - TestsForge Expert Profile


Jan Verburg joined the Exin & ECCouncil certification exam prep department at TestsForge Corporate in the spring of 2008. Prior to that, he was a postdoctoral researcher with Peggy Riddle at University of Virginia. He received his PhD from the Wake Forest University, with Steve Schoenky. He tweets @Jantestsforge. Before joining TestsForge, Jan Verburg worked for a certification exam prep startup for 1 year. He has a particular interest in exam engine architect. Jan Verburg is currently chief maintainer for the database of TestsForge. She is also developing the following certification exam too: 1Y0-A19 Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration, HP0-M55 ArcSight ESM Administrator, HP3-X11 Servicing HP Notebook Products, E20-405 Content Management Server Programming, JN0-560 Certified Internet Associate, 500-005 Installing Cisco TelePresence Video Immersive Systems, 642-165 Unified Communications Contact Center Express Implementation, 650-667 SE Cisco SP Video Cable Access Design (CSPVCAD), 312-49v8 Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, 640-801 CCNA, 9A0-602 Certified Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Developer, 646-202 CSE, HP0-380 Planning & Design of HP Integrity Entry-Level Server Solutions, HP2-H17 Designing and Implementing HP Thin Client Solutions, 3304 Avaya Call Center Elite Implementation and Maintenance, 650-148 Cisco IronPort Sales Specialist (ISSE), HP0-239 Supporting the Modular Array(MA) Storage Family and HP2-N34 Selling HP BusinessService Automation Solutions. Jan Verburg also creates the website of Biblewalks that showcases some of the most significant sites from the Holy Bible. Christians and Jews will appreciate the reviews and key points of interest of over 300 sites that are covered within the various sections of the website. With the many photos and first- hand narrative descriptions of the historical sites, Jan Verburg and the site contributors bring the Holy Land to life, allowing readers to more fully experience the significance ancient sites that are recorded in the Bible. Biblewalks.com come also contains news from Jerusalem and Galilee, blog, photos, and the opportunity for visitors to shop for photos, prints, and arrange for tours to the area.



1. At the page of hippos, Jan Verburg introduces readers to the ruins of the ancient city of Hippos. Located on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee, Hippos is arguably one of the most amazing archaeological sites from the ancient Roman Empire. …Several Bronze and Iron age sites were excavated around Ein-Gev, at the foothills of Hippos-Sussita.…

 

2. The Mount of Olives in the old city of Jerusalem is one of the most significant sites frequented by both Jesus as referred to in the New Testament and Jan Verburg, in the Old Testament. Christians and Jews alike will enjoy reading Jan Verburg’s page MountOlives that describes this breathtaking site. …Mount of Olives is the hill facing the old city of Jerusalem, on the eastern side of Kidron valley.…

 

3. Nazareth, the childhood hometown of Jesus, is the featured site at nazareth. Jan Verburg has designed this page to include a descriptive narrative of the historical significance of this city along with stunning photos that bring it to life in living color. …Nazareth is located in the hills in the center of the Galilee in Northern Israel. …

 

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