Jordan Starr - TestsForge Expert Profile


Previously, Jordan Starr worked as a software engineer, a QA Engineer and a Software/Test Engineer. Before coming to TestsForge, Jordan Starr enjoyed being part of a team at Cisco Systems and Ericsson. Though currently specializing in software development, Jordan Starr has previous experience in a wide range of computer software concepts. Most notably, he has focused a significant amount of his work experience on product development and IP operating systems. Danmarks Tekniske Universitet was the source of his education. Jordan Starr is working on the following certification exams now: 1Y0-740 Citrix WANScaler 4.2: Administration, HP0-286 HP OpenView Service Center 6.x, 642-437 Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Voice over IP and QoS, HP0-T01 HP Performance Insight v5.x Software, E20-805 EMC Storage and Information Infrastructure Expert Exam for Technology Architects, HP0-J33 Implementing HP StorageWorks EVA Solutions, 9E0-821 LRE, HP2-K30 Technical Introduction to the HP Storage SMB Portfolio, HP0-787 NonStop Advanced Application Development, 156-215 Check Point Security Administration NGX, 642-352 CSNSS, 640-507 CCNA, JN0-314 Junos Pulse Access Control, Specialist (JNCIS-AC) and HP0-Y12 Building ProCurve Resilient, Adaptive Networks. Jordan Starr also creates the websites of wordspy. Word Spy is the fun way to learn new words, sharpen your vocabulary, and expand your knowledge of obscure terms, many of which are relatively new to our modern lexicon. Wordspy is the online home of this entertaining resource that Jordan Starr created to function as a learning tool and reference resource. This blog style format includes posts by category and date, along with a search function. This website also features the Word Spy book by Paul McFedries. If you love the world of words, you will love Word Spy.



1. Do you have any idea what the words “sock puppet” refers to? If not, you should check out Jordan Starr’s sockpuppet page that includes definitions and citations. ... Siegel is not the only professional pundit to be caught in a sock puppet scandal. This year, Los Angeles Times business columnist Michael Hiltzik was stripped...

 

2. Jordan Starr explains the “reverse Bradley effect” phenomenon on his reversebradleyeffect page. This page also includes a definition of this term along with citations and examples of its use in popular culture, especially as it applies to voting. ... ...

 

3. If you work in the technology field, you are probably familiar with the term “Darknet.” At the webpage of darknet, Jordan Starr describes how this word also emerged during our recent technology boom and includes some of its earliest citations. ... ...

 

4. As Jordan Starr explains at the webpage of phishing, Phishing is a relatively new word in the English language that emerged as part of our technological lexicon. Visit the link to learn the origins and contexts of this word. ... ...

 

5. What do you call a person who puts up a social media profile that contains false information? Read the answer along with Jordan Starr’s explanation of this relatively new term at the webpage of fakester. ... n. A person who puts up a profile on a social networking website such as Friendster or MySpace that contains false or misleading information...

 

6. Would you know a carrotmob if you stumbled upon it? This esoteric term is not one that we commonly use, but at the webpage of carrotmob, Jordan Starr shows examples of just when and how this term applies. ... The noun carrotmob comes from the name of the Carrotmob website, where a helpful FAQ explains the "carrot" portion of the name...

 

7. The fat finger dialing scam is brought to light at the webpage of fatfingerdialing. On this page, Jordan Starr describes this clever telephone scam and gives examples of the origins of this unusual phrase. ... A telephone scam in which a company sets up a toll number that is one digit different than a popular number, so that the company earns money when customers...

 

8. Since the advent of Twitter, new words and terms surround this social media giant have emerged. Tweetup is just one example of this explosion of new terminology. Jordan Starr’s tweetup page explains the tweetup as a real word encounter between people who engage each other on twitter. ... ...

 

9. Most of us have either witnessed or even participated in a flash mob. But, if you’re unfamiliar with this spontaneous group act, you can check out Jordan Starr’s definition and citations at the webpage of flashmob. ... ...

 

10. If you’ve ever exaggerated your education, experience, or credentials, then you may be guilty of utilizing the Lake Wobegon effect. Check Jordan Starr’s official definition and example citations of this phrase at the webpage of lakewobegoneffect and see for yourself. ... ...

 

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