Co-Author Syngress Media CCNA Practice Exams

Syngress Media engages Robert D. Watkins to co-author “CCNA Test Yourself Practice Exams”, 2nd Edition (Exam 640-507).

Syngress Media, a well known publisher of certification exam training materials, has asked RD Watkins to be one of the co-author to the second edition of their newest offering. This book will assist new candidates who are seeking to attain the CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate) certification. My hope is that I can contribute my experience and knowledge to help other pass their CCNA test.

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MCSE Co-Author

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Syngress Media engages Robert D. Watkins to co-author “MCSE Migrating from Windows NT to Windows 2000 Study Guide” (Exam 70-222).

Syngress Media, a well known publisher of certification exam training materials, has asked RD Watkins to be one of the co-authors to their newest offering. This particular study guide will review and assist MCP’s studying to test on the details of transitioning from an NT 4.0 server environment to the new Active Directory environment introduced in Windows 2000 Advance Server offering.

RD’s particular chapter assignments include the Security advantages and features and how they can be efficiently designed and used in a Windows 2000 OU.

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Marathon Oil Wise Scripting

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RD Watkins inks Wise Scripting contract with Marathon Oil of Findlay, Ohio. USA.

Marathon Oil has contracted with Robert D. Watkins via Darwin Partners (recruiters), to assist in the scripting of approximately 1200 application to support their transformation of their current Windows NT 4.0 environment to a full Windows 2000 SMS enabled and automated application environment.

This will require the gathering of multiple divisional application requirements as well as the User Acceptance Testing and Quality Assurance to deliver the most accurate replication of current business functionality to the 10,000 desktops involved. As part of a team that varied from 5 – 18 scripters, and with input from Microsoft who will be on-site, this team will deliver the application aspects of the new Windows 2000 Desktop.

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