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Stephen Weber (France Hopper)
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Attended Tinton Falls School District
Lives in Portland, OR
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Data center operations, beta testing, web development, server administration, and public speaking.
  • Cupcake Carnivale
    Webmaster, 2012 - present
    Designed and launched website.Maintain website content and continually monitor site performance.
  • ai|inc
    Founder, CEO, 2011 - 2015
  • Drexel University Techserv
    VP & Head of Special Projects, 2010 - 2015
  • Drexel University Archieves
    Archives Assistant, 2013 - 2014
    Process scanning requests from researchers.Assist with digitizing the Archives' collection.Maintain the collections database.
  • Gemakei
    Community Administrator, 2008 - 2014
    Manage the Moderation TeamManage the community forumsAssist with installation of new software add-onsContribute news articles and features
  • Zelda Reorchestrated
    Support Staff, 2007 - 2014
    Manage the community forumsPromptly respond to support requestsAssist with public relationsAssist with product quality assuranceAssist with social media outreach
  • Accenture Australia Ltd
    Solution and Delivery Analyst, Digital, 2013 - 2014
    Assisted with the development of AGL Energy's web services refreshCreated test cases for product testing in Microsoft Test ManagerMaintained the Product Backlog for Scrum sprints in Team Foundation ServerCreated documentation for new development processesAssisted with the migration of SharePoint content between pagesCollaborated with an offshore and local development team on the development of SharePoint 2013 appsSupported the Project ManagerCreated Windows PowerShell scripts to manage Active Directory and SharePoint 2013
  • Waze
    Area Manager, 2013 - 2013
  • Drexel University Archieves
    Scanning Technician, 2012 - 2013
    Was responsible for digitizing the archive's collections.Fulfilled scanning requests for research inquiries.
  • Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
    Computer Operator, 2012 - 2013
    Assisted with monitoring a combined over one hundred computer systems, on-site and remote.Assisted with monitoring five tape silos: four Storagetek SL8500 and one Storagetek Powderhorn 9310.Assisted with the decommissioning of one Storagetek Powderhorn 9310.Assisted with various building operations, such as shipping and receiving and mechanical room checks.Created a survey of the wireless network that was used to determine areas of the building in need of attention to ensure a strong wireless signal was present throughout the building.
  • The Philadelphia Orchestra
    eZseatU Campus Representative, 2011 - 2012
    Created custom marking campaigns to target specific audiences.Managed distribution of promotional and marketing materials around Drexel University campus.Collaborated regularly with other Campus Representatives and orchestra Administrative Staff to create original ways to spread program awareness.
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb
    Data Security Analyst, 2011 - 2012
    Ensured data integrity.Assisted with security risk assessments and reviews.Created custom internal applications.Created and updated several internal SharePoint websites.Assisted with a company-wide launch of Yammer.
  • Strong Incentives
    Webmaster, Virtual Assistant, 2008 - 2011
    Managed multiple commercial websitesDesigned custom graphics and layout solutionsProvided Information Technology consulting
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BSIT student by day; geek, otaku, public transport and elevator enthusiast by free time.
A 21 year-old Junior at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA majoring in Information Technology. At Drexel, he is a BSIT Student at the iSchool: College of Information Technology and is on the 5-year/3 co-op plan. He has completed two co-ops for far. He is the Head of Special Projects at TechServ. His operating system of choice is OS X, but he also runs Linux (OpenSUSE usually) in virtual environments, dual-boots into Windows 8.1 on his laptop and runs Windows RT on his Surface, and runs the Dev build of ChromeOS on his Acer C7 Chromebook. He also has an iPhone and iPad Mini, but also likes Windows Phone. He hardly flies (but does hold a passport) and instead prefers to travel via Amtrak.
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Has personally met Makoto Shinkai, by invitation.
  • Tinton Falls School District
    1998 - 2006
  • Kirkwood Childrens' House
  • Monmouth Regional High School
    2006 - 2010
  • Drexel University
    Information Technology, 2010 - 2015
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Dilworth Park is a stunning improvement over the former Dilworth Plaza. While maybe not as famous as the neighboring Love Park (actually called JFK Plaza), it's become a far better place to meet. I can't vouch for the on-site cafe, but there are plenty of alternative options surrounding City Hall. Seating is abundant, the lawn, however small, is a welcome addition for the warmer months, and the fountain, which shows the transit underneath in real time, converts to an ice rink in the winter. The two beautifully curved entryways lead down to a remarkable new SEPTA station. Yes, you read that right: a SEPTA station that is genuinely remarkable, and in the right way. While the new Dilworth Park entrance still leads to the old 15th Street and City Hall stations below, it makes 15th Street an accessible station at long last. Renovations to the existing stations should take place over the next five years.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Newark isn't the worst airport I've been to, but it has a considerable amount of room for improvement. It's old, and some terminals show that more than others. As I usually fly United, I'm most familiar with Terminal C, but I've flown out of both of the other terminals, and there's a huge difference in quality. If you like to shop a lot before getting on the plane, Terminal C has the biggest selection. If you're looking for a place to sit - let alone sit and charge a phone - good luck. What little seating there is throughout the airport is often falling apart, if not already broken. Power outlets are rare, working ones even more so. AirTrain, the monorail, works and generally comes every three to five minutes. But, it's slow and hideous. The fact that it's a Bombardier system may be the only reason why it actually still works. It's connection to Amtrak and NJ Transit is a very welcome feature, especially when you've flown out of Newark to remember what things were like before it. Don't expect a spectacular station though: it serves its purpose, but offers little more than that.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
While not nearly as large as the actual flagship store (5th Avenue in New York), the Philadelphia location is worthy of being it. From the clever displays in the historic window fronts, to the color cycling steps tucked in the corner, Uniqlo has done a beautiful job breathing new life into the old AI building. It may very well have the best selection outside of their New York stores, and I've never seen anything out-of-stock. If you can't find something, just ask. The staff are always happy to help. The clothes themselves are well-made and reasonably priced. Beware though, that makes it easy to spend an hour or more inside without realizing it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Easily my favorite aquarium in the US, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is huge and home to several carefully planned exhibits. It can get very crowded on weekends and during the holidays, so keep that in mind if you need to get from one end of the building to the other for a show or other event. Be sure to take in the views of the bay, either from the deck or the third floor roof (accessible from the Kelp Forest area) or even the restaurant, and yes, there is one tucked off to the side from the cafeteria. Reservations are both accepted and recommended as it's on the small side. Menu is seasonal and on the pricier side, but each table has a set of binoculars to look out at the bay with. For an alternative experience, go on a behind-the-scenes tour. You'll learn a lot about the history of the aquarium and how it operates. Children are allowed, but some parts of the tours can be a bit technical.
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reviewed a year ago
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