Jackson D.W. is a publishing company of apps, books, videos and other training materials. This company develops Windows apps using Visual Studio and C# (pronounced C Sharp). A goal of this company is to train people in using the C# programming language and more, as well as consulting.
Derrick W. Jackson is a Computer Scientist (BS and MS) from Valdosta, Georgia. He currently resides in Richmond Virginia and has started back doing development. He uses C# with Visual Studio. Jackson is a former Defense Intelligence Agency employee and also a former employee of Voicecom a Voice Messaging company. Jackson hopes to grow his business and completely support himself by working for himself.
Jackson is also a talented illustrator and writer. He's written several books including some art books. Visit http://www.sketchbookdwj.com. You can contact Derrick at email@example.com
I've started back developing and I hope to develop apps for people who want a hard worker and someone dedicated to doing the best he can. Also Jackson plans to create C# training videos in the future. Thank you for taking the time to check out my company website.
I put in a request to Univeral Music Group to use Prince's music and likeness in my app. You actually have to license his music. I told my contact I was a one-man shop and could I partner with Universal to improve the app and officially release it. My contact told me they could not entertain my request at this time. I don't want to be sued so I removed the app from my blog and my web server host.
The recent shooting in Uvalde, Texas made me think that a person who has a smartphone or smartwatch should be able to automatically send a pre-recorded emergency message to 911 and emergency contacts family and friends. In an emergency situation like a shooting rampage or an abusive spouse where a person can't talk and want to send an emergency pre-recorded message if they can't talk or don't want to be heard by the attacker. I believe that the 911 emergency service should be updated to receive these pre-recorded messages or texts. Today I posted this in a tweet and sent it to the Richmond Police, CNN, VCU, Apple, Samsung and etc. We need to think of ways to help someone who is incapacitated. At this time, I am not good enough to create this app, but I would like to work with a university or company on making this happen. I use C# and would have to learn Xamirin to develop an android or ios app. 911 Emergency should 1. Receive the pre-recorded message and know the phone num