Joann donovan - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
In past years, Joann Donovan has worked as a Software Engineer, Android Engineer, and Engineering Manager for the following companies: VMware, Microsoft, and Amdocs. Joann Donovan came to these companies prepared with the technical skills that he obtained at the Indian Institute of Technology and the University of Michigan. At this point in his career, Joann Donovan works at TestsForge as part of their software development staff. Joann Donovan considers virtualization, object oriented programs, anomaly detection, Linux, and Cisco Router and Switch to be among his areas of expertise. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: 9E0-431 CVOICE, JK0-017 CompTIA Academic/E2C Project+, 642-737 Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security (IAUWS), HP2-H25 Selling HP Personal Systems, HP0-J49 Designing and Implementing HP Cloud Solutions using HP 3PAR, IK0-002 i-Net+, HP0-092 HP-UX Advanced System Administration, HP0-505 Planning and Designing HP Enterprise Solutions, HP0-J45 Designing and Implementing HP P4000 SAN Solutions, JN0-531 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist (JNCIS-FWV), 642-991 Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric Solutions Design, N10-005 CompTIA Network+, 642-072 Cisco Unity Design and Networking, HP3-024 HP Color LaserJet 4700 series, 642-062 Routing and Switching for Systems Engineers, HP0-601 Tru64T UNIX v5 System Administration, Support, and Integration, 642-263 Implementing the Cisco Unity Connection, HP2-B90 HP Imaging and Printing Hardware - Sales. Joann Donovan also creates the website of microcomdesign. Joann Donovan’s work at Microcrom Design highlights the company’s three-pronged approach to modern business: customized production, engineering and computer system design, and IT that is environmentally focused. Joann Donovan’s contributions to the site helped to create promotional page that highlighted the company’s services, from standard products to custom solutions to turn-key packages in a number of monitoring systems technologies. The company, founded in 1975 has provided over 35 years of modern services for business, services that change and progress through the ages. The environmental marketplace is the newest trend and so options are offered in Hydro-meteorology, Agrometeorology, Coastal Sea-Level Meteorology, and automated weather stations. In addition to design and product the company also offers in-house production staffing, project management, facilities, testing and software and firmware needed to complete a task. This is a turnkey style business model, but even comprehensive training programs to a company’s staff members are provided, showing this is a client-centered business focusing on individual needs.
1. About the webpage env/GOES/DCP/GOES_DCP.shtml: Joann Donovan’s web page reviews the GOES platforms (Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite). Data Collection Platforms are further explained and an example is given for illustration purposes. There is also a visual display that helps users understand a DAPS Data Distribution Network in motion.
2. About the webpage env/productpages/dadds/dadds.shtml: This page explains the DADDS, an integrated Wide Area Remote Data Collection System. Here, you can learn about how a DADDS system works, including the hardware and software elements, as well as the roles MS SQL database and MS server operating system play. The GUI is also shown illustrating how the system appears.
3. About the webpage env/ProductPages/SI5/SI5.shtml: As this page shows, each product has a thorough listing. The Sensor Interface Datalogger is profiled, along with its best features, storage capacity, terminals and channel expansion. All specifications are listed. Joann Donovan’s cataloging pages are thorough, delivering the most vital information of each product quickly.
4. About the webpage env/products/Sinterface.shtml: The Sensor Interface page features explanation of standard products like, antennas, test sets, software tracking tools and more. Products are cataloged and include brief summaries and links. Links take you to the manual, data sheet, GTX utility information and all related products.
5. About the webpage env/products/Sensors.shtml: Joann Donovan’s website for Microcom Design includes information on sensors and this page includes standard products like satellite transmitters, desktop and rack mount satellite receivers, and other database tools. The page also links to a data sheet and manual for using each part.
6. About the webpage env/ProductPages/S410/s410.shtml: Joann Donovan’s page for the SDI Multi Sensor Module shows how to use the tool. The value in the module is to provide a low power temperature compensated battery charge controller and interface for the use with analog sensors. There is also a link to a brochure further explaining how the system works.
7. About the webpage env/GOES/DCS/GOES_DCS.shtml: Joann Donovan’s page summarizes the GOES DCS system for Microcrom Designs. The information is based on the NOAA website. The mechanism of the GOES system is detailed here, including the mission to observe changing weather occurrences from satellite censors. They are located 23,000 miles away from earth.