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bio website joshuairl.com
location Cincinnati, OH, United States
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Since 1997, I have consistently been intrigued by the world of web. I began creating my first websites at home and scouring the internet for advice and information. After graduating from high school in 2002 I immediately decided to take to the workforce and began my career. I have worked in very diverse environments all of which related to web design, UI design / javascript, and server-side web languages such as PHP, ColdFusion, vbscript, .NET, Node.js, and Ruby.

My objective is to persistently improve my knowledge in new and existing web technologies granting me the ability to engineer highly scalable, robust, innovative, collaborative, and socially/self-engaging SaaS applications for niche industries across the world.

A skill I find to be very important today is my ability to see and deploy web apps / pages from a design and programming perspective.


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comment How do I troubleshoot my central A/C?
I'm thinking I've pretty much confirmed it's just not working... the power is running to it, fan outside is on in the unit, but no cool air is coming through... just outside temperature air...
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comment How do I troubleshoot my central A/C?
I mean... It's semi-cool I suppose... Definitely cooler than the air in the room...
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comment How do I troubleshoot my central A/C?
It's central AC. This is a new construction, 2360sq ft 2 story with finished basement so vents running there too. We have a Nest 2nd gen thermostat. I've checked outside and the AC is running... The thermostat is set at between 69 and 71 but obviously it never reaches that
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comment Should I be able to run some 1.5" PVC chase conduits from attic to basement next to a cold air return?
Thank you! I've determined that the gap in the air ventilation is no longer feasible in my eyes for what I'd love to accomplish. I've done this by viewing an identically built house on a different street that is still in pre-drywall stages. I've taken pictures of all of it for future reference to help aid a different location. I'm not sure whether I should try posting my new location as an update to this question just for clarification of what ended up working or not.
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accepted Should I be able to run some 1.5" PVC chase conduits from attic to basement next to a cold air return?
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comment Should I be able to run some 1.5" PVC chase conduits from attic to basement next to a cold air return?
I guess my biggest concern is, do you think there is commonly enough space to do what i'm wanting to do? Is there usually obstructions in that little gap?
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comment Can I run computer network wiring next to the furnace exhaust?
Your comment might be able to add insight to my question about running PVC conduit along side a cold air return gap I've discovered in some photos taken of my house pre-drywall. Could you add anything to this? diy.stackexchange.com/questions/24823/…
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