Jason White - TestsForge Expert Profile
In his current position at TestsForge, Jason White uses the training that he obtained from Penn State University and Florida State University. While pursuing his education, Jason White gained valuable skills in Java development, and today he incorporates his understanding of those concepts while developing software. Previously, Jason White has worked as a Senior Software Engineer and as an Android Engineer. Cisco Systems, Google, and Juniper Networks are among the prestigious companies that have employed Jason White. At TestsForge, he is focusing on the following certification exam developing: 650-395 SBF for Engineers (SBFFENE), 350-029 CCIE Service Provider written, 9A0-310 Adobe Flex2 Developer, HP0-M43 HP Service Manager 9.x Software, JN0-370 QFabric, Specialist (JNCIS-QF), E20-594 Backup Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, 650-128 Connected Grid (Account Manager) Knowledge Verification Exam (CGAM), JN0-201 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate, 650-296 TelePresence Video Sales Engineer for Advanced (PATVSEA), HP0-081 OpenVMS System Administration, 350-040 CCIE Storage Networking written, 9A0-079 Adobe® RoboHelp® 7 ACE, E20-547 VNX Solutions Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators and 642-887 Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next Generation Core Network Services. Jason White also creates the website of dragosroua. While there are many self-improvement books available, most of them seem to be the cut-and-dried elaborations of counselors, psychologists and inspirational speakers. The various tips may be useful, but often the delivery is boring. Jason White has worked closely with Dragos Roua to present a personal blog that delivers self-improvement tips through life experience. By relating the events of a not so average, everyday life, the website entertains the reader while stimulating the thought processes. With more than seven hundred delightful articles, Roua gives tips on personal development, relationships and society, business, money and wealth, productivity and effectiveness, travel and fun. Life may not be a bowl of cherries but the cherries are there if you look for them.
1. About the webpage of i-dont-fit-in-my-shoes-anymore : We don’t always realize we are changing until some of our relationships start to feel a bit painful. Like a pair of shoes that were once comfortable, but no longer fit, we’ve changed the way we walk through life. We’ve changed our perceptions. Jason White believes these changes are healthy. He worked with Dragos Rhoua on a page that explains the little pains of changing and how those changes can become a positive experience.
2. About the webpage of 77-tips-for-starting-an-online-business: It often seems there must be a magic formula for starting your own business. The average business fails within the first five years, with only a few turning those golden leaves of profit. Jason White assisted Dragos Rhoua in presenting a page with tips on how you can become a successful entrepreneur through projects, strategies and team work.
3. About the webpage of how-to-avoid-being-a-toxic-person-13-simple-tips: We live in an emotionally toxic world, yet we often don’t realize we’re adding to the pollution. Jason White would like to help you gain awareness of the things we say and do that can either add to the toxicity levels of our interpersonal relationships, and how we can create an emotionally healthy environment. Find out just how clean your emotional car is running and how to avoid off toxic fumes.
4. About the webpage of 7-gifts-i-got-from-my-7-year-old-daughter: When Roua’s daughter turned seven, she gave her father seven gifts. These gifts weren’t material items, as Jason White explains, but gifts of teaching the fine qualities of life that begins in childhood and that we often forget as adults.
5. About the webpage of the-story-of-my-second-marathon-vienna-international-marathon: Marathon running takes stamina, will power and a positive outlook. Jason White helped with a page that tells you exactly what it’s like to run in a world-class marathon. You are taken to Vienna, where the entire experience begins a day before the race and follows through to the finish line. Lots of tips subtly woven in on preparations.