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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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Coming soon: New movies, music, TV and more
"Sunday Morning" previews some of this fall's most anticipated new films, albums, TV and streaming choices, as well as books and art exhibitions.
Sigourney Weaver on her unpredictable career
With more than 60 film credits (including four movies debuting this fall), Sigourney Weaver seems to have found her place, and at her own steady pace. The three-time Academy Award-nominee talks with "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley about the lesson she learned from attending Yale's School of Drama; her launch into stardom as Ripley in the "Alien" franchise; and the secret of her Hollywood longevity.
Web extra: Sigourney Weaver on what makes creativity thrive
In this web exclusive, actress Sigourney Weaver talks with "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley about why she didn't expect to succeed in the business, and about the kind of atmosphere in which actors can do their best work.
Wynonna Judd: "A new chapter begins"
Performing as The Judds, mother Naomi and daughter Wynonna were one of the most successful country music duos in history. In her first interview since the death last spring of her mother, Wynonna Judd talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about using music to keep grief at bay; and about her determination to forge ahead on a tour announced only weeks before her mom died. [If you are in crisis, please call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.]