Justin stark - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


As a current member of TestsForge's software development staff, Justin Stark brings a varied history of hands-on experience to the company. Previously he worked as a Director of Engineering at Cisco Systems. He has also worked as a Technical Leader for the company. Past job positions have also included Software Engineer, Software Developer, and Staff Software Engineer for the following companies: Microsoft, Equalis LLC, and Google. Justin Stark's education was gained through degree programs at both National Central University and Santa Clara University. He is currently a developer for the following certification exams: 1Y0-223 Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0: Enterprise Edition Administration, HP0-J39 Designing and Implementation HP P4000 SAN Solutions, E20-475 Content Management Systems Architecture, 642-342 CN, 1Y0-614 Citrix Access Suite 4.0: Design, HP3-025 HP LaserJet 9000 series, HP0-768 NonStop Transaction Management Facility (TMF), 646-471 CNAM, HP0-J46 Designing and Implementing HP Enterprise Backup Solutions, HP3-029 HP LaserJet 1150/1300, 9E0-601 DQOS, 6202 Avaya Aura Contact Center Implementation, HP2-E23 Technical Essentials of HP Enterprise Products(HP2-E23), HP2-Z13 Selling HP IP Telephony Solutions, E20-533 Network Storage - NS Specialist, 1Y0-610 Citrix Core Technologies and Architectures, 1D0-435 CIW JavaScript Specialist, E20-818 Symmetrix Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, 132-S-712 Specialist: Avaya Proactive Contact Solutions Design Elective. Justin Stark also creates the websites of physicsguy (Jason's Home Page). Welcome to the official website of Physics expert Jason Hinson. Justin Stark has designed this portfolio website to highlight Hinson’s education, experience, contact information, along with some compelling, Physics related topics of interest. Within this website, Hinson chronicles his journey in the field of Physics and is using this site as a way to give back to both the Physics community and students who could benefit from the website resources. Feel free to check out the various pages, which now include aids to help with Physics research papers and study tips for college level Math, Science, and Physics related topics.



1. About the webpage of ftl/html/FTL_intro.html In this section, Justin Stark has created a handy FAQ that introduces Relativity and FTL Travel. Most of the questions and answers discuss the relationship between relativity and faster than light (FTL) travel in a manner that is easy to understand. ...The primary purpose of this FAQ is to discuss (in straight-forward, simple terms) the relationship between relativity and faster than light (FTL) travel....

 

2. About the webpage of subphys/SubspacePhysics.html Log on to Justin Stark’s Subspace Physics, v.2.0 page to see the new content that addresses subspace and how one might, in theory, develop subspace fields. This section examines the properties that are supposed to be present in subspace and warp fields and how these properties should live harmoniously with specific physical laws. ...This is the version 2.0 of this post. It has changed from version 1.0 in that I have added three new sections and change a few things in some of the other sections accordingly....

 

3. About the webpage of subphys/ On the Subspace Physics page, Justin Stark writes about Hinson’s exploration into how Star Trek technology may allow subspace fields to reduce the mass of a ship while still allowing for energy conservation. This page contains a link to Hinson’s conclusion about the relationships between momentum and energy. ... One day I found myself wondering about how one might conceivably explain the Star Trek technology which allows...

 

4. About the webpage of physandtrek/ At Justin Stark’s Physics and Star Trek page, he will explain science concepts using fictional examples from the Star Trek series. This entertaining context will make difficult Physics topics come alive to those who may otherwise find them hard to grasp. ...One of my pastimes involves attempting to come up with fictional explanations for the "science" in various science fiction entertainment...

 

5. About the webpage of ftl/ Relativity is the topic of discussion on Justin Stark’s Relativity and FTL Travel page. This section was created to include information about relativity and why this concept tends to discount traveling at a speed faster than light. ...The "Relativity and FTL Travel" FAQ was created mainly for the rec.arts.startrek.tech newsgroup...

 

6. About the webpage of ftl/html_nogif/FTL_part4_nogif.html Part four continues the Relativity and FTL Travel FAQ series and builds upon the knowledge and concepts from the previous discussions. In this section, Justin Stark provides a discussion of typical problems that occur with FTL travel and how they are applies to specific FTL concepts such as the Light Speed Barrier, Unsolvable Paradoxes, Parallel Universes, Consistency Protection, and more. ...This is Part IV of the "Relativity and FTL Travel" FAQ. It discusses the various problems involved with FTL travel and how they apply to particular FTL concepts....

 

7. About the webpage of ftl/html/FTL_part3.html Part Three of the Relativity and FTL Travel FAQ focuses on General Relativity. In this section, Justin Stark provides an in-depth, but easy to follow discussion on General Relativity principles such as the New Inertial Frame, Invariant Intervals, Tensors, Manifolds, Geodiscs, and much more. ...This is Part III of the "Relativity and FTL Travel" FAQ. It is an "optional reading" part of the FAQ in that the FTL discussion in Part IV does not assume that the reader has read the information ...

 

8. About the webpage of ftl/html/FTL_part2.html Part two of Justin Stark’s Relativity and FTL travel section builds on the FAQ section. This part looks further into some finer points of Special Relativity, including explanations of paradoxes involved with this theory. ...This is Part II of the "Relativity and FTL Travel" FAQ. It is an "optional reading" part of the FAQ in that the FTL discussion in Part II does not assume that the reader has read the information...

 

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