Michael Gill - TestsForge Expert Profile


Michael Gill began his educational studies at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. He later continued his education at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Though Michael Gill's knowledge base includes multiple areas relating to computer software, his most recent work experience has been in software development at TestsForge, Inc. In the past, Michael Gill has also worked as a Firmware Engineer and Senior Software Engineer. Before being hired by TestsForge, Inc, Michael Gill worked at Cisco Systems. Additional previous employers include Motorola and Ciena Corporation. Michael Gill is working on the following certification exams now: 642-243 Unified Contact Center Enterprise Support, 9E0-601 DQOS, JN0-311 WX, Associate (JNCIA-WX), ISFS Information Security Foundation based on ISO/IEC 27002, 9E0-570 CSVPN, HP0-D21 Implementing HP0-D21 HP Matrix Operating Environment, HP2-E57 IT to Business Alignment - HP Always On Support Services, 3306 Avaya Contact Recording and Avaya Quality Monitoring Implementation and Maintenance, 7003 Avaya Communication Server 1000 for Avaya Aura® Implementation, HP2-Z18 Network Infrastructure AIS 2011 Delta, 642-883 Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing, 650-302 Cisco SaaS Conferencing and EIM Resale ATP for the AM (PACSCERAM), 646-656 Wide Area Application Services for Account Managers and E20-326 Symmetrix Solutions Design. Michael Gill also creates the website of themovingwall. If you’re unable to travel to Washington D.C. to see the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, you may still have the chance to see the next best thing. The Moving Wall is the half-size replica of the original that has been touring the nation for nearly 30 years. To spread the word about this unique attraction, Michael Gill has created themovingwall website. Visitors to the site will learn all about this replica and be able to refer to links to newspaper articles on this attraction. A tour schedule is also available to show where this attraction will appear next. So, if you can’t make it to Washington, be sure to see if “The Moving Wall” is coming to a town near you.



1. “The Moving Wall” and its creator John Devitt have been featured in various newspaper publications. To see a glimpse of these heart-warming pieces, visit Michael Gill’s docs/sandstro page. ... …

 

2. Michael Gill explains how volunteers can help “The Moving Wall” visitors locate specific names on the wall. The docs/finding link gives all the details on volunteering. ... At the base of each panel, make a list of the local names on that panel, and be sure to indicate the line number.…

 

3. Viewers can now read the actual names that are on “The Moving Wall.” Michael Gill’s chrono page contains chronological lists of names that appear on the wall. ... Except for the last file, there are approximately 10,000 names per file …

 

4. Michael Gill has posted photos of “The Moving Wall” at the webpage of photos.htm. These photos depict images of the wall at various tour stops around the nation. ... In order to insure the highest-quality images, some of them are very large, so please be patient while they load…

 

5. If you’re curious about exactly what “The Moving Wall” is, Michael Gill explains it all at the webpage of about. This link also explains what inspired John Devitt to create this unique attraction. ... John, Norris Shears, Gerry Haver, and other Vietnam veteran volunteers built The Moving Wall. It went on display for the first time in …

 

6. Michael Gill has posted a link to “The Moving Wall” Sponsors’ Handbook at the webpage of docs/handbook. This guide explains all the details about what needs to take place when the wall comes to a new city on its tour. ... …

 

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