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Works at Two Sigma Solutions
Attended University of Houston
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HT +Howard Zhou​. I tried dev preview for Android N. It is a very pleasant upgrade now that they have OTA preview.
 
If you missed Google I/O, don't worry, here's a great summary from one and only +Marques Brownlee​.
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These visualizations are awesome.

H/T +Howard Zhou 
 
Fun with flags!
a project by ferdio
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Holy cow. But what else do I need? Maybe 135mm? 
Canon just started a hot new mail-in rebate promotion: you receive an AMEX reward card by mail when you purchase two or more lenses or one or more lenses and a body. These rebates run from March 25...
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Wow. Such a great composition.
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1PM. It's also possible that this is multiple images combined to get an empty background.
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“I can’t afford to buy groceries”: Yelp fired an employee after her scathing open letter to the CEO

http://flip.it/BStcG

Is it Yelp 's fault for the current housing condition in San Francisco? Not really? Yelp could have moved their service department to another state through.
"Isn't that ironic? Your employee for your food delivery app that you spent $300 million to buy can't afford to buy food."
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On the Star Wars eve I found this fantastic performance.
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Wonderful.
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Wow. These are such powerful images.
 
Elderly People Look At Their Younger Reflections In This Beautiful Photo Series By Tom Hussey: http://digitalsynopsis.com/design/reflections-of-the-past-tom-hussey/
‘Reflections of The Past’ is an award-winning photo series by commercial advertising photographer Tom Hussey. The photographs show an elderly person looking pensively at the reflection of his/her younger self in the mirror. Hussey was inspired by a World War II veteran who said “I can’t believe I’m going to be 80. I feel like […]
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+Howard Zhou Fantastic share. H/T to you sir.
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These technical books will never get out of date.
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I thought so as well.
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It occurred to me today that LG logo looks like a human face where the right half is that of a robot. 
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RoboCop?
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Bipedal robot has come along well.
 
New Boston Dynamics video:
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This looks awesome. For the prototyping projects out there.
 
Tired of tricky SMT pick & place? This low cost device seems quite efficient, low tech, and reliable!
http://vpapanik.blogspot.fr/2012/11/low-budget-manual-pick-place.html
(indirectly via +René Jurack), in relation to my last post on bed auto calibration via FSR: http://trains.socha.com/2014/05/auto-adjust-fsr-end-stop-detector.html?showComment=1399251889736 )
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Yes, with time and a lot of community thinking are able to make more and more industrial-grade stuff :)
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SUPER SALE is on now. 
Today get 15% off ALL quadcopters and parts, filaments, and extruders. 

Just use code "super sale" at check out. 
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It's on smw3d. A store here in Houston. 
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  • University of Houston
    M. Sc. Computer Science, 2006 - 2012
  • Northern Virginia Community College
    A. S. Computer Science, 2003 - 2006
  • Le Hong Phong Highschool for the Gifted
    Math and Physics, 2000 - 2003
  • Nguyen Du Junior Highschool
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Passionate about technology, computer, internet of things, web application development, opengl bling :-), love to chat about anything maker movement related, like to hang out with smart programmers, like math.

Current hobbies: Coding for fun and profit, Internet of things, Maker Movement. 
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Interned as a software engineer at Google. Got a Das Keyboard signed by Ken, Guido and James. Have never gotten anything less than an A-. Can count # of A- with one hand.
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Code ninja
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Bug squasher
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  • Two Sigma Solutions
    Software Engineer, 2012 - present
  • Computational Biomedicine Lab
    Computer Vision Researcher, 2008 - 2012
  • Google
    Software Engineer Intern, 2011 - 2011
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Houston, TX
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Falls Church, VA - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - Mountain View, CA
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I have been going to this location for years. It is the same lady serving the front desk every time. The location requires security scan so come without belt or jackets for a faster time. I have never had a bad experience with this post office. Does she remember your name, smile, then ask you about how good your day was after you have been checked and probed at the front security? No. Because she is the only one there doing all the workwork. It gets tired doing all the work all the time. My package gets delivered on time in the same condition and my time at the counter was brief. Just what I want.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great location. Easy access to restaurants. The room is clean and quiet. The door isn't smoothly closing so door slamming noise can be a bit distracting. The amenities is typical. Good flow of hot water. Bed is comfortable. The blind doesn't close all the way which is odd.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The staff was attentive. The place is clean. The table and dispensers all look clean and well kept. Order and food preparation were quick. The chicken kung pao with fried rice was too salty. The fried rice was soft, fluffy and has a nice mixed of veggies with eggs. The chicken was too salty although the nut caramelized nicely. I would recommend going for white rice to absorb the saltiness if you order the same dish.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The food court and the bakery alone are already worth visiting. The grocery availability is great. Veggies are fresh, kimchi is tasty, the meat section is well stock and the fish is super. Many of the meat cuts and fish are not available at America markets. The store is also very clean. There are two problems that are mostly due to their popularity : lack of parking spots and long checkout lines. Try to avoid weekends if you can.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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My kid loves the place. The staff both outside and inside the classroom are courteous, attentive and great with kids. The activities are varied and complementary. The instructions are clear and the atmosphere put all the kids at ease. There is so much smiles and laughers in each session. Plenty of parking as well as being close to but not in a shopping plaza.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
They serve one dish : bun bo hue. They do it very very well. The meat is plenty. The broth is fantastic. Just the right level of spiciness. The Noodle tastes fresh, just the right firmness. Very crowded on weekends popular hours. Definitely worth the wait though.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This place changes the name from Bangkok Chef late of 2015. They change the menu as well but the chef and the service staff are the same. The quality remains similar despite the dish change. It's the best Thai food place in downtown. Super busy during lunch. It is better to order to go and sit in the chairs in the corridor in the back then to wait in line next to the kitchen full of smoke. The chef is quick. This will turn out to be faster so you can finish your lunch in time. The food is tasty. The portion is good. You get some soup on your to go as well. The curry is flavorful without being too hot. The sauce is just right. Not too thick. The fry rice is good as well. Rice is cooked and soft. Enough sauce and the meat is flavorful with just enough chewiness leave you wanting the next bite.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago