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Jeffrey Chew
Works at Razorfish
Attended Columbia University
Lives in New York, NY
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Westfield in the Oculus furiously getting ready for the Tuesday grand opening
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I earned 50 points by sharing my local knowledge on Google and now I've got an official Level 3 Local Guides badge to prove it.
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by Jeff Chew (@therealjeffchew) – Technology @Razorfish. On March 17th, I gave a talk at the Google office in Chelsea describing how to build a scalable AngularJS project. The magnitude of this kept with me for weeks leading up to this event, seeing that AngularJS is a JavaScript framework ...
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Very cool. Can't wait to watch the presentation.
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Google's long-rumored smartwatch is real, and still "officially" expected to begin shipping in mid to late March. However, many members of the smartwatch team..
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Just discovered this blog. Really amazing mix of happy and sad stories from New Yorkers!
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Oh. Saw this a while ago. They have a Facebook page too. 
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Shook Norman Reedus's hand this morning.....
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You lucky bastard lol
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by Jeff Chew (@therealjeffchew) – Technology @Razorfish. On March 17th, I gave a talk at the Google office in Chelsea describing how to build a scalable AngularJS project. The magnitude of this kept with me for weeks leading up to this event, seeing that AngularJS is a JavaScript framework ...
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This is great news! Looking forward to the expanded Chromecast support!

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  • Razorfish
    Senior Presentation Layer Architect, 2015 - present
  • Razorfish
    Presentation Layer Architect, 2013 - 2015
  • Razorfish
    Senior Presentation Layer Engineer, 2012 - 2013
  • Bootsoft
    Director of User Interface Design & Development, 2010 - 2012
  • Bootsoft
    Interface Guru, 2004 - 2010
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New York, NY
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  • Columbia University
    Engineering & Management Systems, 1995 - 1999
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Fairly clean McDonald's with speedy service and a nice bench area that's more conducive for spending more time than just a quick meal. Couple of TVs also here for casual watching.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We checked in fairly late, and unfortunately got a room that smelled of cigarettes. We requested a transfer, but said they were completely booked. We sucked it up for one night and tried again in the morning, but not happy we had to take in second hand smoke with my three year old in tow. There's a free continental breakfast, but be warned it they do not have any hot food (e.g. eggs, sausage, pancakes, etc). The rooms themselves are fairly dated. If you are bringing in any tech, be sure to carry along a small power strip (which I thankfully brought). The wifi is free, but strangely no login to access. If you are squeamish about using public wifi, it is a good idea to have a private VPN service. UPDATE: After checking out, discovered that we were comped a night based on the folio, but they didn't mention it or why it's there (I'm guessing from the whole second hand smoke issue). One thing to add is that housekeeping will not refresh your soap/shampoo/conditioner unless you ask for it. The towels are also fairly rough, and the tissues they give you are on the cheap side. Unfortunately for me, I caught a cold at the tail end of the trip so my nose suffered for it. All in all, it's a fairly budget hotel and you get what you pay for, but at the same time it isn't terrible for what you get.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Group of 16 of us stopped in to take a break after going to the Aquarium and train museum. Ordered flat bread and fries as snacks and really hit the spot. The wait staff was all really attentive and friendly. They were also very accommodating with my special request to have me pick up the tab before my family members swiped the bill :-) Sitting outside was also very nice though might need some umbrellas for when the sun is really beating down.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice clothing for a good price. Wish there were more clothing for guys/boys.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Stopped in after crossing the border, nice clean Starbucks that wasn't too busy (albeit was a holiday weekend). Friendly staff and made our drinks to order perfectly.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Our family had a great time visiting! Was fairly crowded when we went. Be sure to budget in time for waiting on line. There is also a section where you are put on a conveyor belt to see the shark tank. It moves a bit too slow for my taste. My son also really enjoyed the play area near the end of the aquarium, but would have liked better quality food (we had the pizza, wasn't too good and was overpriced).
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice, quaint shopping area for all things Japanese! We came here between meals so only came for the shopping, but would love to try the food next time we come as everything looked delicious! A couple of the places do sell rice balls too so we grabbed some to go, and prices are pretty reasonable.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago