Jason woolgar - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
Jason woolgar's previous work experience has been as an Engineering manager, Software Test Automation Associate, and Software Engineer at companies such as Cisco Systems, Sprint Nextel, and Amdocs. At these places of employment, Jason woolgar was able to use the skills that he obtained at North Carolina State University, such as his understanding of Java Technologies, .NET technologies, object oriented programs, and Ruby on Rails. Currently, Jason woolgar works at TestsForge as a Software Developer. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: HP2-B65 HP Imaging and Printing Sales Fundamentals, 9A0-057 Adobe IIIustrator CS3 ACE, 1Y0-A24 Citrix XenServer 5.6 Administration, E20-598 Backup Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, HP2-T17 Servicing HP ProLiant ML/DL/SL Servers, 156-815.70 Check Point Certified Managed Security Expert R70, 642-165 Unified Communications Contact Center Express Implementation, 642-415 Unified Communications Architecture and Design, HP0-336 Identity Management, 156-915.71 Check Point Certified Security Expert update blade, HP0-065 Planning and Designing ProLiant Solutions for the Enterprise, HP0-238 Supporting the MSA1000 and SCSI JBODS, HP0-216 Enterprise Systems Management, HP0-M48 HP LoadRunner 11.x Software, HP0-S27 Implementing HP BladeSystem Solutions, HP0-714 HP OpenView Storage Area Manager Fundamentals, HP0-A08 NonStop H-series Operating System Support, 642-279 Installing TelePresence Video Immersive Systems. Jason woolgar also creates the website of metsoc. Met Soc is a Canadian based organization dealing in metalurgy and other materials. The site is built not only for those working in the industry but also society itself, which responds to changing technology. Met Soc is one of four divisions that make up the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. The official name is the Metallurgy and Materials Society, and within this body is nine technical sections, each one devoted to different types of metal and materials. There are a number of annual programs devoted to education as well as progressiveness in the industry, which is of great importance to the country as a whole. Among the issues considered are environmentally responsible methods of extraction, fabrication, utilization and recycling. Jason woolgar’s goals in creating the site were to provide an easy to use experience that helped to encourage membership involvement and participation, recognize and encourage individual achievement, attract leaders of the field for conferences, and produce helpful educational resources. The organization performs a variety of actions from working with international organizations to creating networking opportunities for newcomers.
1. About the webpage conferences/com2006/symposia/hydro/hydro.asp: This page is a summary of the conference of Metallurgists, COM 2006. Jason woolgar’s page reports on the symposium heard and its purpose, which was to bring together a variety of professionals to discuss the iron control problem as relates to the processing of metals.
2. About the webpage MetSoc/MetSoc_Fund.asp: Jason woolgar’s SOC Fund page explains the succession plan of the company. The MetSOC fund of the CMMF helps students in the field by giving them an opportunity to pursue studies and find a job. Each year, the company gives over $15,000 in funding for travel, scholarships and field trips.
3. About the webpage virtualtour/processes/unitop.asp: Jason woolgar’s page for explaining unit operations covers a number of tables that list information by process type. Then they are cross referenced to online tours for additional instruction. The listings are arranged alphabetically and categorized by mineral processing, Pyrometallurgical, Hydrometallurgical, Electrometallurgical and other.
4. About the webpage virtualtour/info/glossary.asp: The glossary of the METSOC explains some of the most important terminology in the profession. Definitions from anode to tuyere are explained in simple terms. The list is in alphabetic order. The company also plans to expand its glossary in the near future.
5. About the webpage cimpp.pdf: Jason woolgar’s goal in posting this page was to inform web visitors of the goals that the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, its Branches, Societies and Divisions has. This 2004 document reports on responsible collection, use and disclosure of the personal information of members.
6. About the webpage conferences/com2005/symposia/gold.asp: Gold ore is a major issue in the world scene, which prompted an International Symposium on the Treatment of Gold Ores. This summary highlights important points covered, including applied mineralogy, gravity extraction, leaching with cyanide and alternative lixiviants, and various recoveries and refractory of ore.
7. About the webpage com2011/light-metals.asp: Jason woolgar’s page explains the importance of light metals in connection with technical programming. This page goes into some detail regarding Quebec and the aluminum industry, as well as other light metals like magnesium, titanium, or others. Trends have suggested that light metals are increasing in popularity.
8. About the webpage com2011/commemorative-book.asp: Jason woolgar’s book page highlights a commemorative book project, which is a compilation of over 50 years of CMME contributions. The book contains a number of individual papers referencing key events that have occurred in Canada over the last century and explains why they are milestones in the industry.