Michael maiellano - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


By obtaining an education at the University of Pennsylvania and Shanghai Ocean University, Michael maiellano was able to gain familiarity with the following software development concepts: Java technologies, C, C++, Web applications, mobile applications, and Serving Gateway. In addition to his educational experiences, Michael maiellano's skills were furthered while he worked for Motorola and Apple as a Software Development Engineer and a Software Engineer. Michael maiellano's career has brought him to the position of Software Developer for TestsForge. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: HP0-G11 CCI Fundamentals for Solution Architects, 640-916 Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies, HP2-E46 Selling HP Volume Services Portfolio, HP2-B91 HP Imaging and Printing Supplies - Sales, HP2-B87 HP Imaging and Printing Technical Fundamentals, E20-405 Content Management Server Programming, HP2-H17 Designing and Implementing HP Thin Client Solutions, 650-293 TelePresence Video Sales Engineer for Express (PATVSEE), E20-012 Information Availability Design and Management, E20-816 Symmetrix Solutions Expert Exam for Technology Architects, HP0-S30 Design and Implementation of HP SIM and HP Insight Control, E20-885 VNX Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, HP0-762 NonStop Kernel Platform Support, HP0-S36 Architecting HP Server Solutions, 650-026 Cisco Digital Media System for Account Manager (CDMS1), JN0-202 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA-M), 640-404 CLSC, HP2-B76 HP Imaging and Printing Technical Fundamentals. Michael maiellano also creates the website of gpz. The Gladys Porter Zoo website covers all the vital information about the zoo located in Brownsville, Texas. The zoo contains over 26 acres of plant life as well as 1,600 animals to enjoy. One of the best aspects about the zoo is its mission to help protect and maintain endangered species through breeding. While this is a zoo, the priorities of the company are to help educate local residents and out of state visitors into conserving natural life. The zoo, first opening in the early 1970s, sees an average of 375,000 visitors each year. Michael maiellano’s website helps to spread the message of the zoo, as well as cover information on administration, amenities of the zoo, animal dieting, and office hours. There is also a history section, a calendar page, and a staff page to become more familiar with the company culture. One of the most unique aspects is the “adopt an animal” feature, explaining an interactive program designed to help raise money for animal care.



1. About the webpage collection.html: The Gladys Porter Zoo has a variety of animals and plants. In fact, there are 225 species of plants and 377 species of animals. Their collection is detailed on this page, which explains the different world regions represented in each exhibit, from Tropical America to Indo-Australia to Africa.

 

2. About the webpage support.html: Everyone is encouraged to offer their support for the zoo and particularly their conservation efforts. This page explains what options are in place for community support. As Michael maiellano explains, these opportunities encompass an endowment fund, an adopt-an-animal program, membership, donations, and volunteer work.

 

3. About the webpage conservation.html: Conservation is one of the goals of the Gladys Porter Zoo. Michael maiellano’s page explains the zoo’s plans to help maintain the animal life that frequents the zoo and keep them as prosperous as possible. There is also a report on disappearing species, Kemp’s Ridley Project, the International Rhino Foundation, and Sea Turtle Medication.

 

4. About the webpage plan.html: Planning ahead for your trip is important, and even more so with a place like Gladys Porter Zoo. Michael maiellano’s site explains how to plan your basic itinerary, map out your travel in advance, and prepare for the weather. This is a large zoo and so planning in advance can maximize your viewing time.

 

5. About the webpage ed.html: Education is a major part of the Gladys Porter Zoo experience, and there are several events hosted for educational purposes. These events are reviewed on Michael maiellano’s Education page, such as the Summer Safari, Students Teaching Students, and Zoo Careers classes. The page also lists information on workshops and publications.

 

6. About the webpage history.html: Michael maiellano’s Gladys Porter Zoo website recounts the rich history behind the zoo, dating back to 1971. Read about how the zoo got started and how Earl C. Sams was influential in getting the project done. The zoo recently celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2006 and launched a new campaign called ReNEW.

 

7. About the webpage ridley.htm: The Ridley Turtle conservation page expounds upon efforts to protect the most endangered sea turtle in the world, the Kemp’s Ridley. Efforts to save the animal’s lineage have happened as far back as 1978 and in 1981 the Gladys Porter Zoo was asked by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for assistance in its efforts. Read more about the history on Michael maiellano’s explanatory page.

 

8. About the webpage archive.html: This page keeps an archive of all the zoo’s previous events, including Zoofari, the Indo-Australian Walkabout Grand Opening, and the Bongo Born. There is also a calendar link and a contact link to email the PR department. Michael maiellano’s archive page also includes an online auction link for a chance to bid on items, and details on raffle tickets and cocktail nights.

 

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