Sheika Martinear - TestsForge Expert Profile


Sheika Martinear is a developer in the certification exam engine project. After graduation from Suffolk University in Physics, he worked at CompTIA in Downers Grove, where he developed lots of CompTIA certification exam question. Sheika Martinear joined the TestsForge in 2009 from Exin, where he worked as an engineer. Mr. Martinear is happy to work in TestsForge. He is responsible for the following certification exams now: 650-568 Web Security for Field Engineers (WSFE), 646-057 RSAM, 9E0-911 ATMMS, 650-379 Advanced Borderless Network Architecture System Engineer (ABNASEE), HT0-201 CEA-CompTIA DHTI+, HP0-D23 Architecting HP CloudSystem Solutions - Delta, 642-577 WLANSE, E20-050 EMC Technology Foundations - CLARiiON, 9A0-066 Adobe ColdFusion 8, 650-196 SMB Solutions for Engineers (SMBEN), E20-591 Backup Recovery Solutions Exam for Technology Architects, JN0-100 Junos, Associate (JNCIA-Junos), JK0-018 CompTIA Academic/E2C Security+, HP3-L04 Selling HP 3PAR Storage and 9A0-058 Adobe Flash CS3 ACE. Sheika Martinear is the follower of P.T. Barnum. He likes the quotes of “the Noblest Art Is That Of Making Others Happy” very much. At the part time, he builds the website of barnum-museum to promote P.T. Barnum’s spirit. The mission of the Barnum Museum is to continue in the P.T. Barnum spirit of making other people happy. Those working at the museum believe this to be one of their missions. The museum is one of the longest ongoing museums in the nation, and they hold themselves to the standards of "instructive entertainment," that Barnum promoted. The museum includes a permanent collection of artifacts, decorative art, artwork, and carriages from P.T. Barnum and Tom Thumb. Visiting the website allows individuals to gain information on how to volunteer and how to obtain a museum membership. Website visitors can also view information on exhibits, links, and sponsors.



1. The Press Room section of the Barnum Museum allows visitors to remain up to date on the state of the museum. Tornado recovery is one of the recent featured events. Sheika Martinear have updated this page since 2006. …Their names are familiar to artists and hard-core arts lovers, who consider them Bridgeport's arts doyennes. Beyond that circle, their names are perhaps less known …

 

2. Envisioning the Future is the exhibit prominently featured on the museum's website. Other high-lighted events include a discussion of Barnum's clothes and a presentation about the state of the museum. Sheika Martinear updates this page (Events Calendar) regularly. …the exhibition features a circus-themed presentation of small sculptures created with found objects, many of them incorporating old industrial parts and small tools…

 

3. Through the page (The Man, the Myth, the Legend), visitors are able to read about the background of P.T. Barnum. This history article was written by the museum's executive director and curator Sheika Martinear. …In March of 1881, The Barnum & London Circus opened in New York and traveled more than 12,000 miles before returning to the winter quarters in Bridgeport, Connecticut…

 

4. Keeping the artifacts in top condition is one of the goals of The Barnum Museum. The use of digital X-rays assists them in this goal, according to their website. Just read the article – “Digital X-rays performed at The Barnum Museum reveal some interesting internal problems in artifacts” by Sheika Martinear on the website. ... On Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012 at The Barnum Museum in Bridgeport CT, Quinnipiac University professors Jerry Conlogue and Ron Beckett used...

 

5. In addition to preserving Barnum's history, the Barnum Museum strives to preserve the history of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The city's social and industrial history is preserved in the museum's core exhibits. Just visit the page of “Core Exhibits”. Sheika Martinear is the promoter of this project. ... From its opening on February 18, 1893 to present day, The Barnum Museum has been committed to the preservation and interpretation of Bridgeport's industrial...

 

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