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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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Her plane landed in San Antonio, Texas. Griner was freed from Russia in exchange for notorious international arms dealer Viktor Bout.
House Jan. 6 panel to issue final report week after next: CBS News Flash Dec. 9, 2022
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol plans to release its final report the week of Dec. 19 and will likely make criminal referrals to the Justice Department. The House voted to repeal the military's COVID vaccine mandate in passing a sweeping $858 billion defense spending measure. And newly minted one and five dollar bills were signed, for the first time ever, by women: Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and U.S. Treasurer Lynn Malerba. Their signatures will appear on bills going into circulation next year.
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P-22 usually hunts deer and coyotes but last month, the National Park Service confirmed that the cougar attacked and killed a Chihuahua mix.
South Africa planning to legalize sex work in a bid to protect women
A sex worker rights group called it "incredible news," saying decriminalization will "enable women to "work much better with the police to tackle violence."