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Introducing: a new label property that makes labeling your markers easier—pass a letter, number, or any other character to your map markers, creating a map that is easier to navigate and read.
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Tim Ho Wan @ Chatswood
2067, 1 Railway St, Chatswood NSW 2067
Much hyped, Tim Ho Wan in Sydney is a not entirely faithful reproduction of the Hong Kong franchise. We had a whole variety of things – on the plus side, their famed pork buns had a great texture with that flaky crumb on the outside; on the downside, the glutenous rice was way too mushy. Other yum cha staples were good but otherwise unremarkable; there is better yum cha to be found in Sydney.
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She covers things that are problematic with the portrayal of Asians in the media, and her personal experience of that.
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In 2005, Google bought a tiny mobile software company named Android, and almost nobody in the technology industry saw its potential — not even Eric Schmidt, Google's chairman and then chief executive. “One day Larry and Sergey bought Android, and I didn't even notice,” Mr. Schmidt told reporters ...
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TL;DR Suggestion is that engineering work that is societally useful is more attractive.
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So more saving the world, less high frequency trading?
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  • University of Sydney
    Computer Science / Law, 2004 - 2009
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    Software Engineer, 2011 - present
  • University of Sydney
    Software Developer, 2009 - 2011
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Much hyped, Tim Ho Wan in Sydney is a not entirely faithful reproduction of the Hong Kong franchise. We had a whole variety of things – on the plus side, their famed pork buns had a great texture with that flaky crumb on the outside; on the downside, the glutenous rice was way too mushy. Other yum cha staples were good but otherwise unremarkable; there is better yum cha to be found in Sydney.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Friendly, competent service, at a good price, and with a good turnaround time.
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reviewed 5 months ago
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Good, friendly service.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Tasty, well-presented dishes that generally draws from south-east Asian flavours – the soft shell crab in the dry curry was particularly succulent. On the whole though, it suffers a little from a flaw often seen in modern takes of Asian food – heavy-handedness, the balance of flavours a little askew.
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reviewed 4 months ago
Friendly and competent service, with reasonable prices on frames and lenses.
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