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Lester Echem
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Student, Fullstack Academy
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Commercial Photography, HTML5, CSS3 + FrontEnd, Javascript, jQuery, Node.JS and similar libraries, Chrome Dev Tools, Ruby, Branding & Graphic Design, Social Media Management, Photo-manipulation
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Multi-creative Fullstack Developer
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  • Fullstack Academy
    Software Developer, present
  • Ateneo de Manila University
    2006 - 2010
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A great study place with plenty of tables and reliable WiFi across 6 floors. They've got a great selection of books, movies, and a restroom at almost every floor. Be warned though, it's home to some homeless people looking for free air conditioner. Parts of the library smells a hint like that stinky subway car that nobody goes on. When I was there yesterday, two of the restrooms was flooded from the toilets!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A much cleaner library than the 455 5th Avenue Library and a decent collection of books. Outlets are plenty for laptop users but WiFi isn't very usable for video streams. Aside from the books, the library grants access to an interesting array of DVDs, eBooks, magazines, & periodicals. Service for applying for a card was excellent and I love the 24-hour curbside returns. Note that they charge an annual $50 if you're not a Queens resident, employee, or property owner. I'm not a fan of their no-drinks policy and keyed bathrooms.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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