dnd 5e – As a Sorcerer, given that I can’t multiclass or take feats, how successful can I be at passing concentration checks when starting at Level 15?

I’m doing a melee sorcerer, but I’m afraid of losing my concentration in combat because in the higher levels the damage is too big and the concentration save is too difficult.

My campaign doesn’t allow feats or multiclassing. Only ASI are permitted.

Str (+2) / Dex (+2) / Con (+5) / Int (0) / Wis (-1) / Cha (+2)

AC: 16 – without haste, with haste – 18

prof- (+5)

Sorcerous Origin: Draconic

I don’t expect to have advantage on Concentration saves and can only expect damage resistance only if its my element.

Specifically, I’m concerned about the Concentration save that would be necessary to face creatures like: Purple Worm, Tiamat, Tarrasque, Balor, Astral Dreadnought, Kraken, etc…

How can optimize myself to maximize my chance at succeeding on Concentration saves against these types of enemies and what is this chance?

transaction from Luno wallet to blockchain wallet not successful

I Sent bitcoin from Luno wallet to a wallet address I copied from Blockchain wallet , till this moment it never appeared in the wallet since January.

Start a Business – Successful or Fail?

Did you start a business and was it successful, or did it fail? Or on the other hand, is it okay but it’s not yet successful? I’m not a business owner, so I can’t answer this question!

Create a successful HYIP program in a few simple steps – HYIPs

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.net – After over 1,000 successful calls, getting “An existing connection was forcibly closed”

I am doing some load testing of client and server code. As it gets going, the first 1,000 calls are just fine. But (on some runs), I start getting the following exception:

System.Net.Http.HttpRequestException: The SSL connection could not be established, see inner exception.  
---> System.IO.IOException: Unable to read data from the transport connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host..  
---> System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (10054): An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.

Some searching around shows that a common solution is to add the following code:

System.Net.ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol |= SecurityProtocolType.Tls11 | SecurityProtocolType.Tls12;

But this seems to be a fix for when none of the calls work. In my situation, I can get 1,000+ successful calls through before I start getting the above exception.

My real purpose in asking is that after this starts happening, I get a lot of failures of the same kind.

I am wondering if my HttpClient is in a faulted state after this happens? If it is, how do I fix that? (My HttpClient is static and if it fails, then all my calls will fail.)

Note: My code runs as a NuGet that needs to run in .Net Framework 4.7 and .Net Core 3.1.

web part – My webpart deployment is successful, but i cannot see my codes on test page?

I deployed my webpart to our test website and there is no error. I saw in Central adnmin is “Deployed “, also saw this Visual Studio too. But i cannot see the codes that i change, in the test website. For example i changed only a text in a html tag. But i cannot see this change. Please help thanks.

How can I be successful in cryptocurrency trading? – General Forex Questions & Help

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  4. Research about their tech more and follow the trends for some period.
  5. Learn the basics of crypto investments i.e. When to enter and when to exit.
  6. Make a plan your investment Goals.
  7. Keep following latest news and announcements.

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Were You Successful On Writing Assignments?

Were you successful on writing assignments? I need to write an essay on economics, but I have no idea on this topic. Any advice?

Were You Successful On Writing Assignments?

Were you successful on writing assignments? I need to write an essay on economics, but I have no idea on this topic. Any advice?

Interview: Q&A with Datawagon CEO CJ Sculti on Being a Young Entrepreneur, Learning on the Job and Becoming Successful

CJ Sculti, CEO DataWagon

And just like that we’ve already published five (and this article makes six) interviews as part of our Low End Box Q&A series with web hosting industry professionals. Today, as we continue the series, we sit down with CJ Sculti, CEO of DataWagon. So let’s get started with the interview!

What can you tell us about yourself, how you got to where you are today, and your role at your company?

From a young age computers and the internet were always passions of mine. I bought a .99 cent shared web hosting plan in my early teenage years, and decided that I wanted to learn anything and everything that I could about hosting. I eventually upgraded to a VPS, then to a dedicated server, and then decided that I wanted to get into the hosting business myself. In 2014, when I was sixteen years old, I registered DataWagon LLC and started my company. We started off with a single dedicated server providing VPS and shared hosting. Today, DataWagon owns and operates hundreds of servers across multiple datacenters in the United States. I’ve dedicated the last six years of my life to making this happen, and I’m eager to continue leading DataWagon into the future!

What advice would you give to business owners today, or those aspiring to become one?

The first piece of advice that I’d give to any aspiring entrepreneur is to always believe in yourself and your idea. I know it sounds cliche, but in my opinion, it really is one of the most important things to running a successful business. When DataWagon was still in its early years, I never expected it to get as big as it was today.  When I first started, I can recall looking at bigger hosts that had their own infrastructure and thinking that DataWagon would never get to that size. One day I just decided “You know what, I can do this and I’m going to,” and that’s what I did. Today, DataWagon is one of those companies that I thought it never would be. It’s easy to doubt and discourage yourself, especially when you have big goals, but to achieve big goals, you have to believe that you can. The second piece of advice that goes hand in hand with this is to stay patient. Things aren’t going to happen overnight; some things are going to take way longer than you want them to. Don’t let it discourage you. Stick to your plan, trust the process, work hard, and you will achieve your goal.

Would you recommend the hosting industry as a source of opportunity for entrepreneurs?

If hosting is something that you’re passionate about, then yes, I would 100% recommend the hosting industry as a source of opportunity. If hosting isn’t something that’s in your background though, then be sure to do your research and make sure you know your stuff before starting a hosting company. The hosting industry is unique in that the customer puts a tremendous amount of trust in the host. They trust you with the security of their personal data and reachability of their website or services. Don’t betray the client’s trust by selling them a service that you’re not an expert in configuring and managing. The hosting industry is also super competitive, so you have to do your research, find your niche, and make sure you stand out from the crowd. It’s certainly not the easiest industry to be in, but if you’re passionate about it, there’s nothing more rewarding.

What is the most significant characteristic that makes your company unique in today’s evolving market landscape?

One thing that sets DataWagon apart from the competition is our DDoS mitigation platform. We’ve developed the platform from scratch over the past two years, and are very happy with where it’s at currently. We have a ton of customers that have switched to us from other DDoS protected hosts and tell us that our platform is the only one they’ve tried that successfully protected their service from certain DDoS attacks. We’ve spent tons of time tuning the filter, and are able to add new rules via eBPF syntax on the fly to block attacks we haven’t seen. The mitigation devices run on the edge of our network and can process packets at line rate using Intel DPDK.

What do you enjoy most about your role? What do you find most difficult?

What I enjoy most about my role at DataWagon is interacting with our current and future customers. I love making deals and providing people with a service that they need at a price that they’re going to be happy with. I’m sure any business owner will tell you the same, but to me, there is nothing more gratifying than having a customer utilize and rely on your service and be happy with it. The most difficult thing that I have to do is deny orders when we’re out of stock. There’s nothing more frustrating than having to tell someone we can’t help you out when they come to you requesting a certain amount of servers that we can’t provide at the time.

Both personally and professionally, what guiding principles ground you?

In both my personal and professional life, honesty and integrity are two principles that guide me. In the hosting industry, there is certainly a lot of room for dishonesty, and it happens more often than we’d like. If I don’t feel that what I’m doing is fair and honest, then I’m not going to do it. DataWagon is never going to be the company that marks up a service 1000% simply because the client doesn’t know that they could get the same thing elsewhere for 10x cheaper. I always try to keep our pricing fair, for us, and our clients.

Tell me about some of the new and exciting things you are working on at your company?

We’ve recently overhauled our customer experience with the release of our new DataWagon Cloud panel. We’ve completely replaced the WHMCS billing system with our new panel that’s been designed from the ground up. Clients can now manage their billing, dedicated servers, and VPS all from one panel. Clients can automatically reinstall their dedicated servers, access KVM over IPMI, manage which IPs are routed over our firewall, set rDNS records, view DDoS attack history, and do a ton more from the new panel. We also have a lot of new features on our roadmap for this upcoming year, including live dedicated server listings with instant setup, block storage for dedicated servers, and custom BPF firewall rules for clients.

Why should customers trust you and your business?

Personally, I take privacy and security very seriously. Naturally, this translates into how I run my business. At DataWagon, we’re dedicated to preserving the privacy of our customers by all means necessary. Under no circumstances do we give out any client data unless we receive a verified subpoena from law enforcement requesting it. Additionally, we are huge advocates for free speech. The world is full of people who want to silence those that they don’t agree with, but at DataWagon, we’re dedicated to protecting your right to free speech. We are not, and don’t try to be the arbiter of the internet, like many ISPs do. Even if we don’t agree with something you host, as long as your content is legal and safe, we will have your back.

Final thoughts and anything you would like to add?

I’d like to thank @jbiloh for giving me the opportunity to participate in this interview series. I hope that I’ve given the community a bit more insight into who I am, and how we do things at DataWagon!

 

If you’d like to learn more about DataWagon you may do so by visiting their website.

Jon Biloh

I’m Jon Biloh and I own LowEndBox and LowEndTalk. I’ve spent my nearly 20 year career in IT building companies and now I’m excited to focus on building and enhancing the community at LowEndBox and LowEndTalk.