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Jing Tang
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Attended Imperial College London
Lives in London, UK
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Personally, I've not posted a single update which I shared with only specific circles. Anybody can inspire me on how to use circles better? (This post is public again!)
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Thanks +Nathaniel Bertram If I knew Google+ was coming out, I wouldn't have made an effort in real life to integrate my Birmingham friends with London friends with other friends etc etc!!! Now I regret my friends know each other!
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Problem with circles: +Roger Planes is my friend and also a developer. So he's in my "friends" circle and "dev" circle. Similarly I'm in his "friends" circle and "dev" circle. However, when I view my "dev" stream, lots of his personal stuff comes up! But I only want to check out what's new on, c#, say. This is a problem as long as overlapping circles exist.
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Easiest solution - don't be friends with developers :p
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With so few people on Google+, circles are completely pointless.
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Exactly what +Ben Brady was just saying (and I was thinking!). Bit boring really. I want them to roll out the business pages soon - that should make it a bit more interesting.
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Am I the only one who doesn't like the page layout of the circles page? It would be much better if the contacts were the left and the circles on the right. Our browser windows are generally wider than taller!
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totally agree!!!
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I wonder when google buzz is going to be phased out/integrated? Personally I can't wait.
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294 people
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IT
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  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2013 - present
  • Bloomberg L.P.
    Financial Software Developer, 2011 - 2012
  • Adfero
    Information Systems Developer, 2008 - 2010
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London, UK
Previously
Hillcrest, South Africa - Birmingham, UK - Beijing, China
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Skinny dipping on top of Victoria Falls. World's highest Bungy jump. Sky-diving.
Education
  • Imperial College London
    MSc Advanced Computing, 2010 - 2011
  • University of Birmingham, UK
    BSc Artificial Intelligence & Computer Science, 2006 - 2008
  • Beijing University of Technology, China
    BSc Computer Science, 2004 - 2006
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Love this Waitrose. The only place I can get enoki mushrooms.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I visit this restaurant so often that I feel it is high time I wrote something for one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in London. This unassuming venue beats many of its more upmarket competitors in terms of the quality of food. The summer rolls are a must-try. The beef pho, gio, beef in betel leaves, and the vermicelli salads are all fantastic. The mixture of fresh chilli, lime juice and herbs will create an explosion of flavours in your mouth. My mouth is watering now that I'm thinking about it. This down-to-earth restaurant has a special ambience that only the buzzy and crowded street eateries in Saigon or Hanoi would possess. Dining here is not only appealing to one's taste buds, but also an experience that stimulates all your senses - the noise, the décor, the fantastic smell of gorgeous food. It is unforgettable.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
I have been here a few times and I find the food here authentic, tasty, and of course, very spicy. If you are not used to Szechuan cuisine, or in general Chinese food, you might find it somewhat unrefined, sometimes too oily. But you can't deny the strong favours of the food here alway guarantee a hearty and satisfying meal. Have some kong pao chicken or a big bowl of dan dan noodle on a snowy winter day, the burning chilli will keep you warm and happy.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
South-eastern Asian version of Wagamama. The papaya salad is not as spicy as it should be. The laksa is not as well seasoned. But I somehow really like this place. It's cheap and tasty, not authentic, but good.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Stepping down the steep staircase that clearly doesn't meet UK building regulations, you are entering an underground vaulted cellar that stinks of rotten meat and cheese. Yet, this is one of the most buzzy, atmospheric venues in central London that attract countless wine lovers and non-wine lovers who pretend to be wine-lovers. It's intimate, it's quirky, it's cosy, it's got good wines that you will remember and certainly some weird wines you will not forget.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
The garlicky Pho is awesome. The beef in rice paper has been an all-time favourite of mine. The salt and pepper squid is divine. The shaking beef... I'm drooling now. Downside is this place is getting a little too crowed, situated in the middle of Soho with too much pink pounds to be spent.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
This place saves lives of the Imperial students in the exam period.
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