Jeremy Ganziano - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile

Jeremy Ganziano attended Shanghai Ocean University and Northeastern University. While there, he developed technical skills in anomaly detection, Ethernet, Linux, and Cisco Router and Switch. He further developed these technical skills while working at IBM, Cisco Systems, and Novellus Systems. Throughout his computer software career, Jeremy Ganziano has worked as a Senior Software Engineer, Software Development Engineer, and Staff Software Engineer. Jeremy Ganziano's current job responsibilities are in computer software development for TestsForge. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: 650-298 TelePresence Video Sales Specialist for Advanced Plus (PATVSSAP), 220-801 CompTIA A+, 642-035 Troubleshooting Cisco Data Center Unified Computing, 9A0-164 Adobe Captivate® 5.5 ACE, E20-885 VNX Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, 9E0-601 DQOS, 1Y0-326 Citrix Password Manager 4.0: Administration, HP0-M57 HP Project and Portfolio Management Center 9.x Software, HP0-663 NonStop Data Communication Basics, HP0-678 Implementing HP Enterprise Virtual Array Solutions, 650-299 Cisco TelePresence Video Sales Specialist for Masters (PATVSSM), HP0-M52 HP BSM Operations Manager on UNIX and Linux 9.x Software and 412-79 EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA). Jeremy Ganziano also creates the website of ccgisonline. The Clark County Geographic Information System Consortium serves as a source of local maps and information for Clark County and Winchester, Kentucky. Jeremy Ganziano has created their website as an information source regarding the products and services that CCGIS is pleased to offer. This website, located at ccgisonline, includes featured maps, zoning atlas, PVA map, and links to other useful maps. CCGIS welcomes everyone to peruse their site, learn about their GIS services for Clark County, and explore their computer-based tools for mapping, organizing information, and analyzing places.

1. About the webpage of clarkcountygisservices/lidar.html: Downloading LAZ files is easy at Jeremy Ganziano’s Clark County GIS Services lidar webpage. Once you are on the page, just choose the map provided to open the Index map in PDF format where you will have the option of selecting individual map tiles to download.


2. About the webpage of pvamapbook.html: Be sure to visit Jeremy Ganziano’s PVA Map Book page to see the PVA Map Book that CCGIS has posted online. Once you are on the page, just follow the simple directions to view the Index and Map Book. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.


3. About the webpage of featuredmap.html: Clark County GIS can utilize its GIS systems to create a usable map from any document with a spatial element and add data layers. On Jeremy Ganziano’s featured map webpage, CCIS presents a featured map that offers a spatial comparison between the consumption and waste of fast food restaurants and the geography of the Clark County, Kentucky area.


4. About the webpage of whatisgis.html: Jeremy Ganziano introduces and explains the definition of Geographic Information Systems. Commonly known as GIS, this computer-based tool is used for mapping and analyzing many patterns, trends, and other important data that is used for statistical purposes. Some of the fields that benefit from this data include emergency services, marketing companies, emergency services, and planning agencies.


5. About the webpage of clarkcountygisservices.html: CCGIS serves the Clark County community, its partners, and the general public by providing maps with a variety of helpful information. Jeremy Ganziano has created a CCGIS Services webpage that offers a listing of the many data layers that CCGIS maintains for Clark County.


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