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Jordan Lui
Works at Deloitte
Attended University of Waterloo
Lives in Toronto
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UW TEDx!
UW TEDx! Testing embedding video with a time offset:
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Check out this amazing video on how to control a swarm of robots! Lots of interesting underlying principles at work here!
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Learning ROS! (And fixing ROS_PACKAGE_PATH)
I have been continuing to polish up my robotics skills, and have been learning how to use ROS (Robot Operating System) on Ubuntu. With help of the excellent ROS Wiki , learning has been relatively easy! There are always small hiccups that you will encounter...
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Dim Sum Weekly 4: Back at Very Fair Seafood!
Anyone who reads my blog will know that I have quite an appreciation for affordably priced Dim Sum. Very Fair Seafood has long been a family favourite for the good quality and and great prices. We were sad to hear that they were closing for renovations but ...
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3D Printed case for Raspberry Pi 2!
Peter Oakes of thebreadboard.ca  has graciously given me a 3D printed case for my Raspberry Pi 2. One photo I forgot to show is the other long edge of the case, which has enough clearance to allow your connector wires to exit. That said the overall clearanc...
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You should know that there is a Robotic revolution coming in healthcare. To what degree are you comfortable having #robots  as part of your #healthcare  system? The technology is coming, but there are many questions about how welcoming people to having robots in their lives. #engineering   #mechatronics
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Finn Pancakes and family fun!
Had a great time making the popular Finnish Pancake for my family to celebrate the retirement of my uncle. If you don't know what a Finnish pancake is, it's a delicious crepe-like pancake that you likely know of only if you grew up in Thunder Bay. These pan...
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Very cool! I'm interesting in doing something like this! Does this make use of ROS? What about Publish/Subscribe protocols? I'm starting out on a similar project like this and am very excited, but also have lots of questions!

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Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival 2015 was as exciting as ever - check out these photos! #TIDBRF   #Race   #Toronto   #dragonboat  
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Arduino Learning - I2C Controlled LCD Screen!
My pal Peter Oakes has been giving me a ton of guidance as I've been stumbling around and learning Arduino in time for element14's Internet of Holiday Lights RoadTest . Been having a great time learning how to use this I2C screen, which uses just a single d...
My pal Peter Oakes has been giving me a ton of guidance as I've been stumbling around and learning Arduino in time for element14's Internet of Holiday Lights RoadTest. Been having a great time learning how to use this I2C ...
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Happy Monday! Do you like Raspberry Pi 2? Here are my thoughts from a completely newbie perspective! A great toy if you want to play in some software and apps, but consider #Arduino  if you want to simply do circuitry and lighting! Thanks to @element14 for running another great #roadtest  !  #raspberrypi   #raspberrypi2   #maker   #DIY  
This is my first review with a Raspberry Pi 2 and so I was very excited to get my hands on this popular piece of hardware and test it out. As I mentioned in my Arduino IOT review, I am very new to these technologies so I am e...
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Glad to hear a take on Biomedical Engineering in #Toronto   at #Ryerson   #biomedical   #medical
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  • Deloitte
    Business Technology Analyst, 2013 - present
    Business Technology Analyst in Deloitte's Technology Consulting practice. Primary responsibilities include: ▪ Participating in workshops with client SMEs to gather functional requirements and translate these into technical requirements ▪ QA of converted objects (reports and applications) in the JD Edwards system ▪ Project coordination ▪ Assisting with new RFPs to secure new contracts Secondary work currently focuses on internal initiatives to improve campus recruiting, and giving back to the community (Deloitte Impact Day). Currently pursuing a certification in the Oracle JD Edwards Distribution module.
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Toronto
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Waterloo - Ottawa - Hong Kong
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Passionate about Information, Healthcare, and all things Engineering!
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I like to geek out with computers, photography music, Arduino, and anything that you can apply numbers to!
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  • University of Waterloo
    Chemical Engineering, 2008 - 2013
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雷振耀
My family drives from Etobicoke every Saturday to go to this place. Great deal, especially if you go early, because they have cheaper prices before 11am. The Chai Siu Bow is so good at this place that we just take extras from dim sum instead of buying some at the pastry places. I've been to the Michelin star dimsum place in HK (添好運) and I didn't find anything much better than right here in Very Fair :)
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Best value for $6 that I have ever spent in this city! I was actually at their new location on yonge street and the service was fast, clear, efficient and friendly. Great spiciness!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
We stumbled into this place by accident cause one of our nearby favourites was closed and we were not disappointed. Food was in good size portions. A very filling dinner for 7 adults costed about $100. We will likely return!
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Place was nice and food was great quality. The tables of 2 for couples were a bit too close together and were also too close to the washroom and entrance, meaning that the atmosphere was somewhat lacking from people running back and forth. My main concern is that I discovered that they are charging 15% tax on the bill, which at this date should be 13%. Another thing is that they charge an automatic gratuity if you use a Dealfind-type coupon, FYI. Aside from little technicalities like that, the food itself was definitely great!
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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The food is good here but I feel that I could slightly better prices for my money if I was closer to downtown. Having been to Thailand and having a few friends cook Thai food, I don't particularly enjoy the Pad Thai here, because I can taste the ketchup in the dish. Overall I do think the quality of the food is good but I am used to heaping dishes of hot, greasy Cantonese food. So in terms of portion size I have to give this place an F. Quite stingy on the portions of seafood in particular. Their curry dishes do have a great creamy flavour and I felt that it was worth the money. Their signature dish which comes with cashew and a choice of orange or mango is a bit of an oddity and I'm undecided on whether I like it or not. They use too much dried fish/shrimp in it for sure. Summary: I'd come here on the company payroll but I don't really want to shell out here again.
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Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Excellent place with friendly staff and a warm atmosphere. Food was fast and fresh and the bathrooms were amazingly clean for an Asian restaurant :0
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
was some barber shop phone #
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago