Bernard Walker

Location:

Dallas, TX

Member since:

December 18, 2012

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Do you hold any professional certifications? (CSPO, CSM, PMP, etc...)

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What is your current role? (Scrum Master, Developer, Product Owner, Stakeholder, etc...)

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If you could choose a meeting location, where you would like us to meet? (If Dallas, please be a little more specific LOL)

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  • Stephanie Inge

    DFW SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING GROUP

    Welcome aboard Bernard!! We're delighted to have you as the newest member of DFW Social Media Marketing and look forward to meeting you at the next meeting, one week from tonight. Stephanie Inge, Founder/Organiz­er

    Jan 14, 2013 1:18 PM
  • Lizabeth Davis

    DFW Aquaponics

    This should solve the water heating problem without requiring lots of watts or a lot of labor on my part, since the stove would be used anyway to heat the house.

    http://www.motherearthnews.com/do-it-...­­

    Nov 25, 2012 8:44 AM
  • Lizabeth Davis

    DFW Aquaponics

    I am wanting to build a much larger system with tilapia. Water temperature would be an issue even in the greenhouse. But I just purchased a used woodstove for the house and have learned that I can install water heating coils inside. I want to build the larger aquaponics greenhouse on the south side of the house next to where the woodstove is being installed and then have the water naturally siphon through the woodstove during cold nights.

    Nov 25, 2012 8:44 AM
  • Lizabeth Davis

    DFW Aquaponics

    The current system use bullhead catfish which can handle cold, poor water quality, etc. So the only electric I need for it is to power the pump. The bullhead should be hardy enough to survive over night even without the pump working. So I believe we could run the system during the day on solar only and forgo the batteries altogether if we wanted. Bullhead catfish are suppose to be able to live in the mud for days so overnight shouldn't kill them, even when they get large.

    Nov 25, 2012 8:43 AM
  • Lizabeth Davis

    DFW Aquaponics

    Hi, I received an e-mail from you through meet-up but it doesn't include a link where I am suppose to post a response. So I will do it here.

    Nov 25, 2012 8:40 AM

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