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Matteo Danelli
Simplicity is a prerequisite for reliability.
Simplicity is a prerequisite for reliability.
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At Google, we care about giving users the best possible online experience, both through our own services and products and by contributing new tools and industry standards for use by the online community. That’s why we’re excited to announce Guetzli, a new open source algorithm that creates high quality JPEG images with file sizes 35% smaller than currently available methods, enabling webmasters to create webpages that can load faster and use even less data.
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#Google, why not to adapt a fixed style almost with your applications?
No rules basically. No patterns.. Material is amazing. Suggest (and implement) an icon style too.
#AndDev #Android #Design #Icons
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How much it last? One year?
Last year, we announced Spaces to experiment with a new approach to small group sharing. Since then, we’ve learned a lot about how people come together to share ideas and content around any topic.

As we focus our efforts, we've decided to take what we learned with Spaces, and apply it to our existing products. Unfortunately, this means that we’ll be saying goodbye to supporting Spaces. We want to thank all of the Spaces users who tried out the app and shared their feedback. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

In the coming weeks, Spaces will move into read-only mode, and on April 17, 2017 we’ll close down the app. You can learn more here: https://goo.gl/IWZuvf

Thanks again for trying Spaces. We look forward to continuing to create great ways for you to share the content that matters most to you.
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Manca solo una settimana!
Ci sono ancora posti disponibili e potete invitare amici e parenti! ;)
Ricordate la DevFest è prima di tutto una festa, un momento di ritrovo per gli sviluppatori, i professionisti dell’informatica, gli studenti e gli appassionati di tecnologia.

Vi chiedete chi sarà con noi come speaker? Il mistero dei nomi è finalmente svelato. E che nomi!
Mete Atamel (Google Advocate) presenterà: “Building Node.js apps on Google Cloud Platform” (GCP, talk in inglese)
Matteo Bonifazi (Google Developer Expert: Android) presenterà: “Android: the Firebase tier for your app”
Roberto Orgiu (Google Developer Expert: Android) presenterà: “DI 101 with Dagger 2”
Azzurra Ragone (WTM - Women Techmakers Lead) presenterà: “Why diversity … team”
Alberto Abruzzo (GDG Milano) presenterà: “Hybrid App e PWA vs Native”
Wilfried Mbouenda Mbogne (GDG Torino) presenterà: “Android MVP architecture: guida di sopravvivenza”
Andrea De Gaetano (GDG Genova) presenterà: “Story of a Cerberus Bot” (Web)
Vittorio Banfi (di BotSociety) presenterà: “Come migliorare il tuo chatbot: Design e persona”

In più quest’anno sarà possibile seguire, portando il proprio notebook, ben 2 codelab:
Danilo Cianfrone (GDG Pisa) presenterà: “Introduzione al Go backend development” (codelab 2h)
Andrea Bessi (GDG Milano) presenterà: “TensorFlow con Andrea Bessi” (codelab 2h)

NOTA: per motivi organizzativi chi desidera partecipare ad almeno un codelab deve compilare il seguente form https://goo.gl/forms/0ayClTLlodIrjemD3

L’evento DevFest Nord Italia è stato organizzato dal GDG Milano in collaborazione con GDG Brescia, GDG Torino, GDG Bologna, GDG Genova, GDG Reggio Emilia.

Agenda: http://devfest2016.gdgmilano.org/programma.html
Biglietti: https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-devfest-nord-italia-2016-27905616450


Se avete domande e volete parlare con gli speaker vi aspettiamo nel canale #devfest sul nostro server Slack - Invito: https://gdgmilanoslack.herokuapp.com/
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Pronti per l'evento "Machine Learning with TensorFlow" al TAG?! Vi aspettiamo numerosi per le 19:30.

TensorFlow è stato originariamente sviluppato dal Google Brain team per scopi di ricerca in Google e successivamente rilasciato come software Open Source sotto la licenza Apache 2.0. In questo talk utilizzeremo un approccio "hands-on" per esplorarne le potenzialità e vedere come la costruzione di modelli predittivi diventi semplice.
L'evento è gratuito.

Quando: Lunedì 17 ottobre 2016 dalle 19:30 alle 20:30
Dove: TAG Milano - via Merano 16, Milano
Livello: principiante

#Google #TensorFlow #ML

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/biglietti-machine-learning-con-tensorflow-26977473349?aff=gplus
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Here we go!
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