Valerie birger - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
An education obtained from the University of California at Berkeley and the University of British Columbia laid the foundation for Valerie birger's technical understanding of computer software development, including test development and software project management. These skills are used in Valerie birger's position as Software Developer at TestsForge, and he previously used them at IBM, Novellus Systems, and Google. He has worked as an Assistant Systems Engineer and as a Software Development Engineer. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: 648-232 Cisco WebEx Solutions Design and Implementation, CAS-001 CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP), 9A0-129 Flex 4 ACE, 640-802 Cisco Certified Network Associate, 642-971 DCNID, JK0-801 CompTIA Academic/E2C A+, HP0-922 Implementing & Supporting HP Storage Essentials v5.1, HP0-427 Implementing & Supporting HP Storage Essentials v5.0, 646-057 RSAM, 156-315.71 Check Point Certified Security Expert R71, 156-815.71 Check Point Certified Managed Security Expert R71, 132-S-900 Avaya IP Telephony Design Elective, E20-532 Storage Area Network (SAN) Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, JK0-802 CompTIA Academic/E2C A+, HP0-M40 HP Network Automation 9.x Software, JN0-130 E-series, Specialist (JNCIS-E), 646-102 WLANAM, HP0-M58 HP Software Testing Foundation 11, 642-889 Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next Generation Edge Network Services, 412-79 EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), 642-975 Cisco Data Center Application Services Implementation. Valerie birger also creates the website of celebrationofseagrovepotters. The SAPA or Seagrove Area Potters Association is exclusively devoted to the pottery community of North Carolina. This includes historical and geographical studies on pottery, in addition to contemporary information. The community primarily serves Randolph, Moore, and Montgomery counties, and the area has long been associated with a thriving pottery community dating back as far as the 18th century. Valerie birger’s site helps to keep the community in touch with one another, for opportunities in community colleges, association, collaboration, and shopping or trading for tools and supplies. In addition to history and visitor’s guide information, there is also a membership directory, location information and events for the year. Lastly, you can meet some of the area’s most talented potters and get inspiration from fellow artists and craftsman near to where you live. There are links to the artist’s pottery websites, as well as a description of each business with photos of finished works.
1. About the webpage nc-potters-hours.asp: The Potters Page displays all the major pottery artworks in the area, including tile works, artistic pottery, jewelry pottery and the many other styles that can be found locally. Store hours are included on Valerie birger’s page, as well as pictures of some of the galleries’ best work.
2. About the webpage history.html: More in-depth information on the Seagrove area is shared here, including details as to the timeline dating back to 1969 and all the way to 2008. Valerie birger’s local history page also lists books of interest, news items and additional pictures.
3. About the webpage pottery-history.asp: A history of pottery is a complex subject, going back to Native Americans, and progressing all the way to modern times. Valerie birger’s history page recounts the information and also discusses local history of Seagrove pottery history. Learn about immigrant potters and their influences on our own arts.
4. About the webpage membership.asp: This page by Valerie birger was commemorating the Seagrove Potters group’s celebration of American Craft Week. In addition the page also highlights membership information and the fact that their group sponsors American Craft Week and their various partnerships with other local stores and groups are cited.
5. About the webpage potters/potters.htm: When you have so many amazing artifacts to display, a celebration is required! How can you not be moved by all these handcrafted works of art? This page by Valerie birger showcases the best pottery works of the Seagrove Potters area with accompanying picture.
6. About the webpage campbellhouse.html: News about Seagrove Potters is always exciting and the latest report on the Campbell House showcase was big news. This page prints the 2008 press release of the event opening as well as contact information for the Celebration of Seagrove Potters.
7. About the webpage location.html: Location is an important element of Valerie birger’s pottery site created for the Seagrove Potters group. That’s why this page goes into detail about events and where they are located, not to mention logistical concerns like parking, bathroom facilities and directions.