Willie Winkfield - TestsForge Expert Profile
Willie Winkfield’s current research focuses on Microsoft and Juniper certification. Much of his recent work has focused on Window 8 related exams. In general, his research interests include Windows 8, Windows 7 and some other windows technology, and the work often involves Juniper technology. His ongoing research suggests that the exam engine is perfect for certification exam preparation. Earlier in his career, he worked in Microsoft, where he managed the development of the certification exam. His work is about the following certification exams now: JN0-541 IDP, Associate (JNCIA-IDP), 650-159 Cisco IronPort Cloud Associate (ICA), HP2-Z22 Selling HP Network Solutions, HP0-S35 Implementing HP BladeSystem Solutions, HP0-G11 CCI Fundamentals for Solution Architects, 156-215 Check Point Security Administration NGX, 650-296 TelePresence Video Sales Engineer for Advanced (PATVSEA), 642-648 Deploying Cisco ASA VPN Solutions, HP0-P10 HP Integrity Server Multi-OS Installation & Deployment, JN0-633 Security, Professional (JNCIP-SEC), 9A0-310 Adobe Flex2 Developer, 9A0-152 Adobe After Effects CS5 ACE, 644-066 Routing and Switching Solns for Systems Engineers and HP2-K18 Selling HP Enterprise Storage Solutions (2009). Classic TV is served up at TVparty. Willie Winkfield created this website to pay tribute to your favorite classic television shows from the golden age of tv. Tvparty.com features a TV blog and information about a wide variety of tv shows from the 50’s through 70’s that you just won’t find anywhere else. Gamesshows, sitcoms, variety shows, musicals, superheroes, sports, classic movies and more are among the genres that are represented on the tvparty.com website. Collectors can order classic tv shows, cartoon series, classic movies and more on DVD or Blueray. Visit TV Party today and see what you’ve been missing all these years.
1. At the page of lostny2stewart, Willie Winkfield pays tribute to Jim Stewart, creator and host of Here’s Geraldine, The Gloveables. He also produced and hosted other well known shows including It’s Light Time, Safariland, and Game Room…. He performed in the commercials with his ex-wife and former TV puppeteering partner Mrs. Bud Stewart….
2. For Star Trek fans, Gene Roddenberry holds an esteemed place in their hearts and minds. Willie Winkfield’s post at the page of 70roddenberry explains more about the up and down journey that Roddenberry experienced during the 70’s as tried to fill in the gaps from Star Trek’s cancellation to its motion picture debut ten years later.
3. Chief Halftown enjoyed a remarkable 48-year journey on the WFIL network. Now, you can relive some of the Chief’s greatest moments at Willie Winkfield’s losthalftown webpage.
4. Willie Winkfield’s webpage of recrock3 offers a part of the nostalgic narrative about the Rockford Files TV series. This section explains more about what made this show popular and the players behind the scenes that directed its ascent to one of the best shows of its tim.
5. The Carpenters’ Christmas Specials were very popular during the 1970’s. If you’d like to relive those special times with the Carpenters, visit the page of xmascarpenters and follow Willie Winkfield’s links to own this collection for yourself. …The premise of the Carpenter's second Yuletide special in December, 1977 ('The Carpenters At Christmas') was simple - Karen, Richard…
6. The multi-talented Carol Burnette was an icon during the 1970’s and enjoyed particular success with her variety show. Willie Winkfield has a special webpage devoted to Carol Burnette that goes behind the scenes of her show and provides links to purchase the series on DVD. Follow his link to the page of vaburnett and see how you can own this classic collection.
7. Soupy Sales hosted children’s programs over a three decade period. Now, Willie Winkfield is providing the opportunity for Soupy fans to own original programming on DVD. Visit the page of soupy and follow the links to purchase this collection. …Soupy began his television career in Cincinnati with 'Soupy's Soda Shop' in 1950, TV's first teen dance program…