I assume many are wondering the same thing so here are the quick facts: Congress passed the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act late Tuesday night (3/24/20) This includes a check of up to $1,200 for single tax payers who earn less than $75,000 a year, with less progressively going to those who make more up to $100,000. Amount drops by $5 for every $100 in income above $75,000.
My proposal passed with 76.3% approval! 🎉 I promised transparency with my proposal and I intend to update this post with insight into the work over the months and a picture of the invoice sent to Decred’s CMS system each month. This will be updated over time. Please bear with me as the format and level of description may fluctuate, and keep in mind that this level of disclosure to the public is rare.
You are a savvy cryptocurrency user. You want a convenient way to check your balance or view status of your tickets without logging into your full-node or VSP. With a little set-up, you can do this from the convenience of your phone in as little as one touch or a “Hey Siri..” command. Follow along with this post and you’ll not only have this capability, but you’ll be equipped to get creative and do all sorts of impressive things with Siri Shortcuts and running scripts over SSH.
I’ve put together some evidence of prior work for review for my proposal on Decred’s Politeia governance platform. I am seeking to continue doing marketing work with Decred at events as well as managing the Decred Facebook page. You can view my proposal here. Overview Facebook Management Guidelines I want to whip the page into better shape and increase engagement. We’ve got metrics to compare to competitor pages, and there’s no reason we shouldn’t beat them at being one of the most compelling cryptocurrency pages to follow.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’ve had a pretty busy year! I’ve earned the following certifications: Comptia A+ Comptia Project+ Advanced HTML5 & CSS3 Specialist CIW AXELOS ITIL Foundation The company I’ve been working for, Fay Servicing, converted me from a contractor to a full-time employee, which has been very exciting! I’m blessed to work with a wonderful team of software developers. Our manager, Mark Petersen, is a very talented developer and manager and his constructive criticism in code reviews and advice in meetings has been very helpful in informing my software development growth.
I would like to share that I’ve recently uploaded an application I wrote to my GitHub account that can be used to administer raffles. No longer will you have to hand-fill hundreds upon hundreds of tickets for your raffles! EZRaffle will insert as many entries as an entrant is entitled to along with their information. Upon submission, the entrant will optionally be sent an email confirming their entries. It’s written in C# and uses a light-weight SQLite database.
The language I might say I have had the most experience with has been T-SQL. A DML! Transact SQL is a proprietary extension to Structured Query Language and used with Microsoft’s SQL Server. For the longest time I’ve hacked together various reports, stored procedures, and jobs to do a range of things. Be it sending daily formatted HTML reports, to using complex queries that update the back end database for business software.
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