Marcus Thompkins - TestsForge Expert Profile
Immediately before joining the TestsForge software development team, Marcus Thompkins worked as a software developer for VonExpy Softech LLC. Prior to that position, Marcus Thompkins enjoyed the challenges and rewards associated with working as a Software Developer and Software Engineer for Hewlett-Packard and Appnomic Systems Pvt Ltd. The educational experiences at Swarna Bharathi Institute of Science and Technology allowed Marcus Thompkins to become an expert on anomaly detection and enhanced his ability to build large scalable systems. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: HP0-M34 HP Server Automation 9.x Software, HP0-S35 Implementing HP BladeSystem Solutions, E20-532 Storage Area Network (SAN) Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, HP0-M16 HP QuickTest Professional 9.2 Software, ISS-001 Intel® Server Specialist, HP0-702 Tru64 UNIX V5 Advanced Admin. Support & Performance, 640-445 SNAM, E22-315 EMC Disk Library and Backup to Disk Technologies, 646-230 Advanced Unified Communications AM, HP3-019 HP LaserJet 4200/4300 series, 700-104 Business Edition 6000 for Account Managers, 132-S-911 Specialist IP Telephony Implement & Support Elective, 642-902 Implementing Cisco IP Routing and 1D0-510 CIW Web Foundations Associate. Marcus Thompkins also creates the website of kv-63. Marcus Thompkins has taken the world of archeology and made it intriguing to a vast amount of people through the world of photography and the worldwide web. Pictures can tell a tale that some may not be able to imagine. Pictures are a way for people to interject themselves into worlds that they could not be a part of any other way. Marcus Thompkins has put together and organized pictures from various events to make the site user feel like they are a part of the dig. He didn’t just focus on the digs and findings he gave visitors insight to events past and future, publications that can further knowledge, and links for people that want to donate to such a cause. For those that take history for granted this is a site to get a better understanding of what it takes to gather the facts of history and pass them on to new generations.
1. About the webpage photosstaffgallery.html: Marcus Thompkins has created a Staff Gallery page that allows visitors to get to know the people responsible for the wonderful findings on the digs. Marcus Thompkins understands that by putting a face to a story it makes it much more personal and enjoyable. The Staff Gallery is packed full of smiling faces waiting to share to stories of adventure they follow to determine just how history came to be.
2. About the webpage ottosdigdiary201112.html: The Otto’s Dig diary 2011-12 page was created by Marcus Thompkins to give people a feel of things from the prospective of Dr. Otto Schaden. During his “dig-less” dig during 2011 and 2012 Dr. Schaden kept a journal of some of the goings on in the area they were working. Marcus Thompkins has taken excerpts from that journal and placed them in the site to give parties of interest a tunnel view if you will into the real world of archeology.
3. About the webpage photosfebmarch2006.html: March, 2005 through April, 2006 was an exciting time for the KV-63. Through the Feb-March, 2006 page Marcus Thompkins has captured that wonderful journey through photographs. This may be an opportunity for some without other access to view the beautiful artifacts that were uncovered during this period in time. This is also another great chance to see some of the wonderful people that devote their time to this adventure.
4. About the webpage mediaexhibitslectures.html: For those interested in the lectures, media, and exhibits by the KV-63 you will really enjoy the Media/Exhibits/Lectures page created by Marcus Thompkins. Here one can find dates, times, subject matters, and hosts of upcoming and past lectures and media releases. If you are truly into the KV-63 you can find a donation link from this site.