Kevin richardson - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


During the 10 years that Kevin Richardson has spent in computer software development, Kevin Richardson has repeatedly demonstrated his knowledge of video compression concepts, Java technologies, and Web programming languages. He has had the fortune to work for Amazon Web Services and Cisco Systems before coming to TestsForge. Currently working as a Software Developer, Kevin Richardson has also performed the duties of a Software Engineer, Sales Engineer, and Test Lead. Kevin Richardson holds degrees from both California State Universe in Sacramento and Peking University. He is currently a developer for the following certification exams: E20-515 Symmetrix Solutions Specialist Exam for Technology Architects, HP2-K22 Selling HP StorageWorks P9000, HP0-M33 HP Operations Orchestration 9.x Software, HP0-S34 Implementing HP Rack and Tower Server Solutions, HP3-031 HP LaserJet 3000 and 3380/90 AIO series, HP0-661 NonStop Systems and Technologies, 642-067 Advanced Routing and Switching for Field Engineers, HP2-B93 Customer Comm Mgt-Design and Production, 1Y0-972 Citrix MetaFrame Password Manager Administration, HP2-E32 Selling HP SMB Solutions, 9E0-800 Architecture Essentials, HP2-N31 Selling HP BSM Solutions, HP0-M50 HP BSM Operations Manager i 9.x Software, 156-708.70 Check Point Endpoint Specialist - Media Encryption, 646-151 CSA, 646-521 RSS, HP3-L05 HP Storage 3PAR Presales, HP0-086 HP BladeSystem p-Class Solutions. Kevin Richardson also creates the websites of electricalfun (A place for fun, learning, and exploration in the world of electricity and its technologies). Electricalfun.com is a website that Kevin Richardson created to serve as a place for learning, exploring, and simply enjoying the world of electricity and its related technologies. This website is the online home of ElectricalFun Media, a company that provides news, updates, and buzz about electrical science and technology. Visitors are invited to explore the information about electrical technology our videos, articles, and discussion forums, where other like-minded enthusiasts can share their knowledge and discoveries with you.



1. About the webpage of lighting_christmas.aspx As we approach this Christmas holiday season, we will begin to see bright lights adorning homes and buildings everywhere. Kevin Richardson does a great job of explaining the story behind this tradition on his Christmas Lighting webpage. ... December 21st, or sometimes the 22nd, of the Gregorian calendar is the winter solstice. It's the time when the Earth's northern axis points farthest away from the Sun...

 

2. About the webpage of plasma.htm Kevin Richardson’s Plasma webpage takes a closer look this phenomenon known as the fourth state of matter. On this page, we break down the definition and components of plasma and how it is seen and experienced in our natural world. ... Definition: plasma a hot ionized gas made up of ions and electrons that is found in the Sun, stars, and fusion reactors. Plasma is a good conductor of electricity and reacts to a magnetic field...

 

3. About the webpage of automation_robotics.htm Have you considered putting your interest in electricity to good use in a career? Kevin Richardson has created an Automation and Robotics webpage that tells how and why you should seriously consider this as a field of study or career choice. ... There's never been a more exciting time or better opportunities in the field of automation & robotics than now! Both hardware and software are becoming...

 

4. About the webpage of lightning.htm Lightning is one of the most powerful forces in the natural world, but one that many of us take for granted. Kevin Richardson explores the science behind lightning and sheds light on how it’s formed on his Lightning page. You’ll be amazed at sheer power that a single bolt can discharge. ... Lightning is a powerful natural electrostatic discharge produced during a thunderstorm. Lightning's abrupt electric discharge is accompanied by the emission of visible light and other forms of electromagnetic...

 

5. About the webpage of inventor_info.htm Kevin Richardson’s Inventor Info webpage features some of the greatest inventors in the history of the electrical field. In this section, you’ll find brief biographical sketches of inventors such as William Gilbert, Ben Franklin, Luigi Galvani, Carl Gauss, and many more. ... A natural philosopher known for his investigations of magnetism and static electricity. He was the originator of the term "electricity" as well. Many people regard Gilbert as the father of...

 

6. About the webpage of ElectronCafe/robopocalypse.aspx Robopocalypse, a title by Daniel H. Wilson Ph.D., is featured on Kevin Richardson’s ElectronCafe webpage. In this telling, interview, Wilson explains all the details behind his writing of this thought-provoking book. ... I can honestly say there were parts in the book where the hair on my arms stood up. I literally looked down in my short-sleeved shirt and saw it happen....

 

7. About the webpage of WorkbenchFun/UB_Robotics.aspx On Kevin Richardson’s Workbench Fun, University of Buffalo webpage, you’ll get a chance to see what’s happening at the UB Robotics club. This interview style narrative explores some of the amazing, innovative projects that they are working on. ... To be honest, I'm a little jealous of these guys. As you read further you'll understand why. I loved to experiment...

 

8. About the webpage of ElectronCafe/Philadelphia_Experiment.aspx Electromagnetic Hiding was a major part of the World War II era Philadelphia Experiment. Kevin Richardson has devoted an entire webpage that examines this experiment in detail, including helpful illustrations. ... In desperate times no idea is too mad and sinking ships beg for a solution. Some of the best scientific minds were put to the job of making vessels invisible...

 

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