First

An h1 header Paragraphs are separated by a blank line. 2nd paragraph. Italic, bold, and monospace. Itemized lists look like: this one that one the other one Note that — not considering the asterisk — the actual text content starts at 4-columns in. Block quotes are written like so. They can span multiple paragraphs, if you like. Use 3 dashes for an em-dash. Use 2 dashes for ranges (ex., “it’s all in chapters 12–14”). Three dots … will be converted to an ellipsis. Unicode is supported. ☺ An h2 header Here’s a numbered list: first item second item third item Note again how the actual text starts at 4 columns in (4 characters from the left side).

READ MORE

Neural Networks - First steps

~10 lines of code = algorithm to predict numbers within an image!! Cool huh?! I still suffering with Octave / Matlab, but today’s progress tells me I’m on track. :-) Neural Networking predicting numbers :-)

READ MORE

How to install Skype on Fedora

I’ve been using this bash script for a certain time to install Skype on my Fedora boxes and it has been working very well. The install brings resources like Skype Video working like a charm, so, it needs to be shared :-). To do the install, you’re able to clone the Git repo or download it from Github: git clone https://github.com/arglbr/SkypeOnFedora.git Uncompress the zip and execute the “installskype” bash script. It will do the installation on your /opt, with a bash script to execute it at your /usr/bin. Have fun!!

READ MORE

geeklist-php 0.1 released

You can see this post in portuguese too. Hey! I’d like to present you geeklist-php. This LGPL library is able to fetch cards content of a given/valid username on Geekli.st social network, and return them as a JSON or simple array for you. The trick in this library is it does not require an API key from Geeklist. It intends to be PSR-[0|1|2] compatible, brings an autoloader to make the work easier, and is ready-to-use with Composer. Simply add in the composer.json of your project: { "require": { "arglbr/geeklist-php": "dev-master" } } Get it, fork it,

READ MORE

Mozilla BrowserID: More one way to sign in

Você pode ver este post em português também. Recently I have tested the authentication mechanism offered by Mozilla at July/2011. At first sight, the idea is excelent and simple. It offers an easy alternative to be built, more secure, portable and decentralized. More one alternative for the OpenID and oAuth, with the advantage of almost everyone have an e-mail account, thus being able to deal with these much more naturally. In your proposal, the Mozilla Labs suggests the authentication be done with first factor, using any e-mail address of the user as your identity. Say also that the authentication be decentralized and server based, instead of domain and website based.

READ MORE