Liz Dula - TestsForge Expert Profile


Liz Dula is a database administrator in the Department of CheckPoint certification exam prep at TestsForge. She joined the department in 2014 after finishing her Ph. D. as a student of Prof. Clemant at the Baylor University, from where she also received a Diplom in applied Mathematics in 2003. Between 2011 and 2013 he worked as a PostDoc at the Clark University. From 2011 to 2013 she worked for Adobe corporate as the certification exam developer. In TestsForge, her works currently focuses on the following certification exams now: 1Y0-611 Design, Integration and Methodology, 9A0-146 Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, 642-311 Optical SONET, 642-591 Implementing Cisco NAC Appliance, 220-802 CompTIA A+, 646-411 NMAM, HP0-438 Advanced SAN Architecture, 1Y0-A17 Implementing Citrix XenDesktop 4, 640-446 CATM, FC0-U41 CompTIA Strata IT Fundamentals, HP2-H18 Selling HP Retail Point of Sale Solutions, 642-972 Data Center Application Services Design, HP3-042 HP LaserJet 5200 Series Printer, FC0-GR1 CompTIA Strata Green IT, 642-994 Data Center Unified Computing Implementation, 6202 Avaya Aura Contact Center Implementation, JN0-370 QFabric, Specialist (JNCIS-QF) and E20-351 Storage Area Network (SAN) Implementation. The ancient and sacred Jaya Siri Maha bodhi tree is known as the oldest surviving historical tree on planet earth. Now, with his website based on this tree, Liz Dula is bringing deserved attention to the education and preservation of this amazing piece of history. His website, srimahabodhi.org, contains an interesting variety of information about this tree located in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. Readers will find helpful links that Liz Dula has provided on the history of the tree, its traditions in Buddhism, the measures taken to protect this tree as well as related links and beautiful photos. Educators, historians, and arborists are sure to love learning about this sacred tree steeped in tradition.



1. For those just learning about the Jaya Siri Maha Bodhi tree, an introduction would be most helpful. That is where the homepage web page will come in handy. On this page, Liz Dula has the centralized much of the information and related links surrounding this amazing tree. …Jaya Siri Maha Bodhi is said to be the southern branch of the Jaya Siri Maha Bodhi at Buddha Gaya in India under which Lord Buddha attained bodhi…

 

2. The manner in which the Bodhi tree came to Sri Lanka is itself a historical tale for the ages. This historical event is chronicled by Liz Dula on his mahavamsa page entitled “The Coming of the Bodhi Tree to Lanka.” Check out this page to read how the oldest surviving tree in the world arrived at its permanent destination. …the great Bodhi-tree, lasted long time on the island of Lanka, in the pleasant Mahamegha-grove, endowed with many wondrous powers…

 

3. Did you know that the Bodhi tree has a distinct place in the history of Buddhism? In fact, Buddhism tradition, even today, adheres to the strict commandment that reads, “Thou Shalt not cut this Tree!” Liz Dula has created a webpage at disanayaka that goes into great detail about how this tree is sacred in the Buddhist religion and what great pains are taken to preserve the tree. … …

 

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