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Essential Web Solutions displays examples of my work as a computer programmer. The Portfolio link offers a list of sites I've worked on, and the Elements link shows samples of web applications. Click on "Contact" if you need to reach me.

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Some of the EW skills:
ColdFusion 10.0 PHP 5.2 HTML CSS
JavaScript jQuery Bootstrap AJAX
Photoshop T-SQL PL/SQL MySQL
SQL Server Oracle Amazon Web Services PayPal Developer
Google Wallet APIs XML Flex 4.0 ActionScript 3.0
Crystal Reports 10.0 Microsoft Excel Fusebox Model View Controller
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Asylum seekers on the border are gaining entry into the United States to have their requests processed. Under former President Trump's "remain in Mexico" policy, asylum seekers crossing the border were forced to wait in Mexico until a future hearing. Now, President Biden's reversal of that policy has some seekers hopeful for change. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Tiger Woods is still recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing major surgery to his legs after a terrifying car accident. There are now growing calls for a safety review of the stretch of roadway where Woods crashed his car. Since last January, there have been more than a dozen accidents there. One woman tells CBS News she got into a crash on that same curvy road in 2007. Carter Evans reports.
Dr. Jha on Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness
The FDA has deemed the Johnson & Johnson single-shot coronavirus vaccine to be safe and effective, paving the way for an emergency use authorization. Dr. Ashish Jha, the dean of Brown University's School of Public Health, joins "CBS This Morning" to explain how Johnson & Johnson stacks up against Moderna and Pfizer, and whether the virus variant first found in South Africa complicates vaccination.
Booster shots could be needed for people vaccinated against COVID-19
Moderna is seeking approval for an updated vaccine aimed at fighting the COVID-19 variant first found in South Africa. It means people who are vaccinated twice might need a third shot, and possibly more in the future. David Begnaud reports.