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"...Enroll in Nanodegree Plus, and we guarantee you’ll get hired within 6 months of graduating, or we’ll refund 100% of your tuition..."

This is kind of amazing actually! I wonder when they'll be able to extend the program outside the US...
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Looking forward to see some landing tomorrow!
 
Rocket is vertical in advance of tomorrow's 1:42pm ET launch attempt of Jason-3 science satellite http://www.spacex.com/webcast/
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Check out "GravityLight 2: Made in Africa" on Indiegogo http://igg.me/at/GravityLight/shre/13053800
We believe in safe & clean light for all. Pledge now for a GravityLight & help make this a reality. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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Yuhu, my Solar Paper's just arrived!
I'm pretty excited to plug my phone into the sun! 🙌 🌞🌄🌅
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+francesco berna​ proprio! 😂😂😂 
D'altronde sarebbe dovuto arrivarmi a settembre...ritardi nella campagna Kickstarter...
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A rocket powered by kerosene and liquid oxygen and carrying a scientific observatory blasted off into space at 10:49 p.m., March 6,…By Alan Lightman
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Oh +NASA​, I see what you did there... 😄
Leveraging a potential mainstream movie to pump up the public interest in space exploration, very clever indeed!

Keep up the great work! #SeeYouOnMars 😉
 
An important part of our #JourneyToMars is creating a safe living environment for astronauts once they arrive to the Red Planet. See how our Deep Space Habitat compares to the one in #TheMartian movie: http://go.nasa.gov/1iUaBKk
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Nice video!

...and if you're interested in Machine Learning I suggest you this nice Udacity course I recently started: udacity.com/course/ud120. 😉
 
What does Google Translate have in common with Google Photos? Find out with #NatandLog.co/go/NLlearning
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2015 was another roller coaster year for bitcoin, but what does 2016 hold in store? Tuur Demeester gives CoinDesk his predictions.
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Wow! I've just seen the webcast and it's terrific!
What a huge step forward, they've made hystory for this achivement.

If you just want to see the experimental landing jump to minute 32...or watch it from the helicopter's perspective (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCBE8ocOkAQ).

#SeeYouOnMars  
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I would really appreciate to hear the voice of some mathematicians in my circles, like +Richard Green and +Robert Jacobson... :-)
...but anyway, the ClayMath site clearly states still unsolved!
http://www.claymath.org/millennium-problems/riemann-hypothesis
 
So it seems like there's some controversy whether the Riemann Hypothesis has been proven or not.

@104903796944242132513's "Sorry, the Riemann Hypothesis Has Almost Certainly Not.." http://gizmodo.com/sorry-the-riemann-hypothesis-has-almost-certainly-not-1743014788

@113938338232106398104's "Riemann Hypothesis solved: Nigerian professor..." http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/opeyemi-enoch-nigerian-professor-solves-156-year-old-maths-problem-a6737846.html
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Thanks for the confirmation!
Those headlines were suspiciously too catchy... #clickbait
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#TheMartian movie, while fiction, highlights the radiation dangers we’ll face on our real #JourneyToMars. Find out how we’re working to protect astronauts from this harmful energy: http://go.nasa.gov/1LaJ2Yg
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  • University of Trento
    Ingegneria Civile, 2014 - present
    Laurea magistrale - Master degree
  • University of Trento
    Ingegneria Civile, 2011 - 2014
    Laurea triennale - Bachelor degree
  • I.T.C.G. "C. Battisti", Salò
    Geometra, 2006 - 2011
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A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert every effort in order to give in the same measure I have received.
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Studio per diventare ingegnere civile ma i miei interessi spaziano in quasi tutti i campi della scienza e della tecnica, in particolare la fisica, la matematica, l'informatica.

Mi interesso molto di tecnologia, specialmente dell'intero mondo Google. In effetti cerchio ogni Googler che mi capita a tiro qui su G+.

Per hobby mi diletto a imparare la programmazione su Android.

Apprezzo anche la fotografia, preferibilmente urban.

Altro su di me:

  • G+ Early Adopter
  • Fiero di non avere un profilo FB
  • Cultore di The Big Bang Theory (se non lo conoscete → vergogna)
  • Nerd but not gamer
  • Fiero possessore di Nexus 5 e Nexus 7
  • Ubuntu User
  • Bitcoin Enthusiast

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I study to become a civil engineer but I have interests which range in almost all fields of science and technology, especially in physics, mathematics, computer science (#STEM area).

I am very interested in technology, especially the entire Google world. I actually circle every Googler I find here on G+.

As a hobby I delight to learn programming on Android.

I also appreciate photography, preferably urban.

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To The Moon With Larger Blocks
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The First Mission to Mars Should Be Manned With All Women
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In February of 1960, the American magazine Look ran a cover story that asked, “Should a Girl Be First in Space?” It was a sensational headli

Why Bitcoin's Decentralization Matters · BlueMatt's Blog
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Why Bitcoin's Decentralization Matters. 14 Jan 2016. Bitcoiners, from Bitcoin Core developers to long-time Bitcoin enthusiasts to recent /r/

Blockchain Matrix
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What Are People Building With 21 Inc’s Bitcoin Computer?
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While it's still early days, there are a number of intriguing projects built around 21 Inc's Bitcoin Computer. CoinDesk looks at the best.

5 Big Questions for Bitcoin in 2016 - CoinDesk
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Ryan Selkis of CoinDesk and Digital Currency Group asks 5 big questions of bitcoin for 2016.

Time to roll out bigger blocks • Gavin Andresen
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I was planning to submit a pull request to the 0.11 release of Bitcoin Core that will allow miners to create blocks bigger than one megabyte

The Bitcoin Block Size: Listen to the Market — Medium
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The Bitcoin block size debate is out of control. Censorship, name-calling, back-room dealings — we’ve seen all of it, an…

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Earn a Nanodegree Plus and we guarantee you'll find a job within 6 months, or your tuition back! Become a Web, iOS, or Android Developer, or

Questi scienziati hanno reinventato la ruota - Wired
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Thought Bitcoin Was Dead? 2016 Is the Year It Goes Big | WIRED
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Today, bitcoin is thriving like never before. Or hadn't you heard?

Time for Bitcoin Users to Reclaim Their Voice
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I make the case that Bitcoin users have just as much of a say, or more, than all the miners combined. They wield this power through exchange

How does a lightsaber work? Here is my best guess.
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A lightsaber works by emitting a stream of magnetic monopoles. Magnetic monopoles are heavy particles that source magnetic fields. They are

2016 Could Be Bitcoin's Best Year Yet
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2015 was another roller coaster year for bitcoin, but what does 2016 hold in store? Tuur Demeester gives CoinDesk his predictions.

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