Introduction to Machine Learning

Posted on Fri 23 March 2018 in talks • Tagged with 2018, talk, introduction, machine learning

Introductory talk to machine learning concepts.

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Instagram: #instaprivacy

Posted on Sat 28 October 2017 in talks • Tagged with 2017, linuxday, talk, instagram, social network, privacy

Presentation about disclosing delicate informations online.

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Git in pratica

Posted on Thu 16 February 2017 in talks • Tagged with talk, git, programming, streaming

Video tutorial, with presentation on everyday git use and commands.

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Introduction to the GNU Image Manipulator Program

Posted on Sat 22 October 2016 in talks • Tagged with talk, gimp, photo editing, image editor, linuxday

A simple course on the basics of GIMP, the libre image manipulator.

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Introduction to Android programming

Posted on Thu 22 September 2016 in talks • Tagged with talk, android, android studio, programming

A crash course on Android and Android Studio, for people who already know Java, with simple but useful examples.

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Introduction to Python 3

Posted on Wed 01 June 2016 in talks • Tagged with talk, python, python3, programming

A basic introduction to the Python language version 3.

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Young People and SNSs

Posted on Mon 26 October 2015 in talks • Tagged with young people, social network

How do young people use social network sites?

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Introduction to Git

Posted on Mon 18 May 2015 in talks • Tagged with talk, git, programming

Cheatsheet to a basic use of the most powerful and used versioning system of the world.

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Trust & Self-disclosure in online interactions (focusing on young people)

Posted on Sat 02 May 2015 in talks • Tagged with trust, self-disclosure, social network, young people

In a virtuality ruled by computer-mediated communications, it is important to know how young people evaluate risk introduced of self-disclosure

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Posted on Thu 30 October 2014 in talks • Tagged with ltsp, terminal server

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LTSP is a server-client technology built in order to fulfill the computing needs of small officies and educational environments.

The typical system is a dedicated network in which the server is a powerful elaborator and the clients (known as thin clients) are computers without rotative parts, such as a hard …

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