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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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President Trump announced he brokered a deal with Israel and the United Arab Emirates to establish diplomatic relations. Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, led the Middle East peace efforts. Kushner joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the peace agreement, the 2020 presidential race and the government's response to COVID-19.
State of economy may hurt Trump's reelection bid
One of the most predictable indicators of whether an incumbent president is reelected -- the strength of the economy in the second quarter of an election year -- is offering a grim outlook for President Trump's reelection prospects in November. CBS News White House reporter Katie Watson joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss why election experts look at this number as a harbinger of what may happen in November.
Artist Chanel Miller on reclaiming her identity after sexual assault
After stepping into the public eye in 2019 with the pointedly-titled best-selling memoir "Know My Name," which she wrote in secrecy for three years, Miller has made a life for herself as an artist in New York City.