Kenny Young - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
Degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Michigan provided the foundation of Kenny Young's education. While completing his degree, Kenny Young developed skills in software development, software project management, object oriented programming, and test development. He currently uses these skills at his Software Developer position at TestsForge. Past positions include Software Development Engineer, Software Developer, and Assistant Systems Engineer. He has previously worked at IBM, RIM, and Novellus Systems. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: HP0-M18 HP LoadRunner Software, E20-815 Business Continuity Expert Exam for Technology Architects, E20-538 Network Attached Storage (NAS) Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, 642-415 Unified Communications Architecture and Design, 9A0-058 Adobe Flash CS3 ACE, 1Y0-A09 Implementing Citrix XenServer Enterprise Edition 5.0, HP0-Y11 ProCurve Security 7.3, 9A0-182 Adobe Flex 4.5 ACE, 132-S-911 Specialist IP Telephony Implement & Support Elective, HP0-758 HP ProCurve Mobility and 1Y0-613 Citrix Access Suite 4.0: Analysis. Kenny Young also creates the website of artfilm. Perhaps the most comprehensive data base you can find online for the visual arts is kept within the pages of Art on Film. Kenny Young helped in this compilation of the fine arts, that includes painting and sculpturing, architecture, archeology, decorative art and others. The base also gives you links to media rich art in film, video, videodisc, multi-media and CD-ROM productions. Art on Film gives you more than 25,000 records, representing productions from approximately seventy different countries. Founded in 1984, as a joint effort between the J. Paul Getty trust and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the purpose is to encourage new ways of thinking about the relationship between art and moving image media, and to stimulate fresh analysis and critical thinking. The goals are to provide information on moving media and the visual arts, to educate and to encourage facility research, to foster communications between the arts and the museum communities and to provide the opportunity for viewing media productions about the visual arts.
1. The program for Art on Film is a leader in the International community in the field of moving-image media in the visual arts. Kenny Young joins their effort to reach out to every sector of the visual arts, such as museums, libraries, universities, media producers, broadcasters and cable TV networks. The program is an independent, non-profit corporation, relocated at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn campus.
2. About the webpage of aosdb.htm: Kenny Young answers commonly asked questions about the use of the Art on Screen database, such as who uses it, what is included and how the films are evaluated. The program for Art on Film is not a distributor. If you are interested in a film, you must contact the distributor directly. Members can receive information for alternative resources if the distributor information changes.
3. About the webpage of archaeo.htm: In 2002, a group of continental festivals dedicated to archeology pledged to for the European Federation of Film Festivals on Archeology and Cultural Heritage. Kenny Young assisted with the page that lists where and when the archeology festivals have taken place, with information and e-mail contacts.
4. About the webpage of videos.htm: Educators will find the programs and links for Art on Film especially useful in constructing a program for students on the visual arts. Kenny Young provides links to five different programs that includes a short summary of what the program entails. Learn about the role of a film maker, medium challenges, film voice and the art of film making.
5. About the webpage of pubs.htm: The Program for Art on Film offers a Art on Screen Cd, which includes the entire data base of over 20,000 videos and films concerning the visual arts. There are also hard cover and soft cover books concerning art on screen and art media available at the page designed by Kenny Young.