Farhan Khwaja is currently in 4th year of B.Tech Computer Science engineering from MPSTME,NMIMS,Mumbai. He is also SUN CERTIFIED JAVA PROGRAMMER AND EMC IFORMATIONS STORAGE ASSOCIATE (EMCISA). He along with his team have stood 38th ACM ICPC INIDA Regional Finals’10. He likes to blog, paint and listen to music.
His blog is Code 2 Learn (www.code2learn.com) where he writes what he has learned till now. Its a blog on Computer Science and related stuff. His blog also won the award of Best Blog in the Programming Category in the competition conducted by blogjunta i.e Best of Indian Blogosphere.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 1Z0-851, Farhan said, “In the prepKit each and every topic is taught well along with the help of examples so that we get a clear view about what we are studying. Along with the preparation material which has 70-90 slides, it also has 9 Practice tests, 1 Adaptive Test, 1 Interactive Quiz (223 Question), 1 Diagnostic test (15 questions) and many more. ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 1Z0-851PrepKit at Farhan’s blog.
Jeremy L. Gaddis is a network engineer who runs the Free CCNA Labs website, providing resources for those aspiring to become Cisco certified. He also runs a popular blog, Evil Routers, writing about his experiences ‘in the trenches’. He holds the Cisco CCNA and CCNP certifications as well as Juniper, HP, Microsoft and other certifications and is currently working on a large project for a wireless ISP.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the CCNA exam, Jeremy L. Gaddis said, “One feature that does appear to work well is their exams and the method of tracking the results and what you need to brush up on.”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s CCNA PrepKit at Jeremy’s blog.
Gian Faye Paguirigan is a web developer from the Philippines. She is currently assigned into the front-end development of websites for a Singapore-based company and is also interested on how the back-end infrastructure works. That includes cybersecurity and how to implement something that prevents the further spread of cybercrime around the interwebs. She currently blogs at Loading-Info(http://the.loading-info.net) – where she posts things related to technology, the web, and other issues you might encounter on your digital life.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 312-50, Gian Faye said, “The PrepKit is a good tool to build the main foundation of your knowledge about the topic you have chosen. It doesn’t cover everything but all the important things you should know to pass the exam should be there. Else, if you fail, they’re gonna bring your money back. (It’s included in their terms.) That means, you can try again. I’m sure though, that if you took the PrepKit seriously you wouldn’t fail the exam. ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 312-50 Certified Ethical Hacker PrepKit at Gian Faye’s blog.
Pyae is Adobe Certified Expert in Coldfusion 8 as well as web-developer working in Singapore and devoting in Web Development as well as customize application since August 2002. Since that time, Coldfusion become his first expert language and PHP follows second. In client-side script, jQuery is his favorite and Ajax follows second. For talking about RDBMS, the first RDBMS which he knows is Microsoft SQL, after that MySQL for PHP and now keep in touch with Oracle with PLSQL. Honestly, he is not Computer Science graduated but has finished Software-Development courses from ACE Data Systems and now ADOBE Certified Expert in Coldfusion 8 again. Professionally, he is associate-member of MCPA (Myanmar Computer Professional Association).
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 9A0-127, Pyae said, “When I’ve tried for license version, it nicely coverly almost coldfusion 9 exam structure. It’s not just exam simulator. Actually, it’s CF9 documentation and nice explanation. For my last exam simulator, it has only exam questions and answers, not like this one. uCertify has exam questions and answers, then study materials and articles for Coldfusion functions, tags, usage, etc. ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 9A0-127 ACE ColdFusion 9 PrepKit at Pyae’s blog.
Deepanker Verma is a Engineering graduate with computer science and engineering.
His Achievements :
- Found bugs on Google sites and hosted phishing page on Google server running at HTTPS.
- Found XSS Vulnerability in NDTV website and published it on his website which was later reproduced by some other websites too.
- Discovered vulnerabilities in many other websites and worked with those companies as a security consultant.
- Guest lectures on network security in some national institutes including institute of Hardware and Technology (IHT) and Appin.
- He has trained professionals in PNB, Allahabad bank and some software MNC.
- He is working as Cyber Security Architect & IT Researcher at Slash Infosystems.
- He has also conducted many workshops on schools and colleges on ethical hacking and cyber security.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam GPEN, Deepanker said, “It has many sections which includes Practice test, study helper, Enhance your understandings and track your progress. ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s GPEN PrepKit at Deepanker’s blog
Obinna hails from the Eastern part of Nigeria. He is an Information and Communications Technologist by education and an IT Specialist by Profession. After completing his B.Tech, he joined one of the top Microsoft Partner IT companies in Abuja, Nigeria. His areas of specialization is Microsoft OS technologies/products.
He holds various professional certifications from Microsoft and is an active & registered member of Microsoft Clubhouse, Microsoft IT Advisory Council (IT AC) and Windows Forums.
Obinna lives in Abuja, Nigeria. His hobbies include Techie activities, International Travel, Reading Novels (Espionage and Detective), Music (most especially Rock genre), Playing board games (Chess, Scrabble) and of course blogging.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-680, Obinna said, “uCertify M70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring is an easy-to-use application that will help you learn for the 70-680 exam. It also tracks your progress, identifies areas for improvements and simulates the actual exam..”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-680 TS: Windows 7, Configuring PrepKit at Obinna’s blog.
Jason has been working with Microsoft BI tools since he joined the IT industry in 2006. Since then he has worked across SSAS, SSRS and SSIS for a large number of clients like Unilever, Imperial Tobacco, IATA, Schneider Electric, etc. He is currently working at MindTree Ltd, London (www.mindtree.com) and his personal blog site can be found at http://road-blogs.blogspot.com. His blogs can also be found at the popular technical site BeyondRelational.com at http://beyondrelational.com/blogs/jason.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-448, Jason said, “The UI has got separate sections for tests, study materials and progress tracking. The tests can be taken in two modes – learn mode (where you can review your answers immediately and read the notes also for it) and test mode (where you would be able to see your answers and score only at the end of the test). uCertify has neatly classified the tests so that there is a diagnostic test in the beginning to assess your level, practice tests to improve your skill levels and the final test (which I think is a bit harder than the real one).”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-448 SQL Server 2008, Business Intelligence Development PrepKit at Jason’s blog
Daniel D’Agostino is a software developer with experience in C#, Java, PowerBuilder, and several web technologies. Daniel is in possession of a BSc IT (Hons) degree as well as an LPIC-1 certification, and is currently reading an MSc in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. He has been writing on the web for almost 10 years, through several sites including Dino’s Ultima Page [http://gigi.nullneuron.net/ultima/], Gigi’s Computer Corner [http://gigi.nullneuron.net/comp/] and Gigi on IT [http://gigionit.blogspot.com/].
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 70-511, Daniel said, “uCertify’s PrepKits pack quite a lot of useful material to help you achieve the certification you want.. The PrepEngine is built with usability in mind, and it is easy to find the information you need. ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 70-511 Windows Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 PrepKit at Daniel’s Blog.
Amol Wagh is a tech blogger & loves to share his work on the web by writing guidelines for Ethical Hacking students and security professionals performing various types of hacking. From pen test to smartphone hacking – He enjoys hacking, just for personal research purpose.
His prime area of research is Cyber Criminals & Penetration testing. He is currently working on a Video Product Development to demonstrate Hacking and Pen Testing for absolute beginners.
He has been working with more of grey as well as black hat hackers in order to learn the latest and advanced hacking as well as defending techniques so as to share them with learners.
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 312-50, Amol said, “They have covered every single detail that any ethical hacking student must know. More interesting thing I would like to specially mention is, Even If you are an absolute beginner they have provided all the modules to make it easy to learn ”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 312-50 Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures PrepKit at Amol’s Blog
Fabio is A+ certified Computer technician since 2003 with many years of experience and likes to share his computer experience and use it to help others which was one of the main reasons behind starting his blog mycomputerdidwhat.blogspt.com
After reviewing the uCertify PrepKit for the exam 220-701, Fabio concluded that :
” I like the format and layout of the practice test section, you can select pre-made practice tests, a final test when you are ready and finally an Adaptive test that is a simulation of the real CompTIA test,you can even create custom tests too which is really cool.”
You can read the complete review on uCertify’s 220-701 CompTIA A+ Essentials PrepKit at Fabio’s blog