Jose Ruiz - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
Before obtaining his position in software development for TestsForge, Jose Ruiz worked as a Software Engineer, a Senior Software Engineer, a Project Leader, and Web Designer. These positions were held at the following companies: Cisco Systems, Wipro Technologies, Cordys, and Infoblox. Jose Ruiz's technical experience includes the ability to perform QA software testing, system verification testing, and knowledge of RIPv2, PIM-SM, and mobile applications. His education was completed at Bharathiar University and Anna Technological University. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: 1D0-541 CIW v5 Database Design Specialist, 646-206 Cisco Sales Expert, 6202 Avaya Aura Contact Center Implementation, 220-603 Remote Support Tech designation pathway, HT0-101 HTI+ Residential Systems, HP0-M52 HP BSM Operations Manager on UNIX and Linux 9.x Software, 650-027 Cisco Digital Media System for SE/FE (CDMS2), HP0-J48 Designing HP StorageWorks Solutions, 132-S-100 Avaya Sales Certification Specialist, 650-367 Advanced Collaboration Architecture Sales Specialist (PSACAS) and JN0-355 Junos Pulse Secure Access, Specialist (JNCIS-SA). Jose Ruiz also creates the website of aect. The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) welcomes visitors to their online home. This website was recently developed by Jose Ruiz to provide the public with information about AECT, including a variety of their publications, documents, news, events, and research initiatives that they are privileged to be a part of. AECT is made up of educators who are focused on improving instruction through the use of technology. Site visitors will also find information and links pertaining to AECT sponsors and affiliates, committee associations, organizational code of ethics, and recent awards. Visitors also have the option of becoming AECT members. AECT invites everyone to explore their site for more information.
1. Jose Ruiz summarizes the Quarterly Review of Distance Education at the webpage of intranet/publications/qrde/subguides.html. This journal publishes articles, reviews, editorials, and research briefs pertaining to theories and practices of distance education.
2. AECT is also the proud publisher of the Educational Technology Research and Development journal. As Jose Ruiz explains at the webpage of Intranet/Publications/index.asp, this journal focuses on research and development in educational technology. Visit this link for more information and for links to other AECT publications.
3. AECT publishes the Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal, a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal. Jose Ruiz now offers access to selected issues of this journal at his Intranet/Publications/ipct-j/ web page.
4. An expository document of Feedback Research is the subject of Jose Ruiz’s edtech/29.pdf link. In this section, Edna Holland Mory explores the use of feedback in the facilitation of learning.
5. At the webpage of newsite/, Jose Ruiz explains the mission, make-up, and purpose of AECT. This section also summarizes the activities of its members and the reach of the organization as it works to promote education through the use of technology.
6. Experimental research is the subject of Jose Ruiz’s edtech/ed1/38.pdf web page. This document, entitled Experimental Research Methods, examines practices, trends, and issues related to the application of experimental research in educational technology.
7. At the webpage of edtech/06.pdf, Jose Ruiz features the educational piece entitled Everyday Cognition and Situated Learning by Philip H. Henning. This article explores the concept of learning as a social phenomenon that occurs during everyday interactions and as they are generated by social relations, culture, and physical aspects of the learning environment.