Linux. Open Source. Cybersecurity. Data Protection. Machine Learning.
Celebrating 23 Years of Open Source Advocacy, Education, and Development
We bring to You, the source of all goodness, power, and wisdom the memories of all we have done in Bluepoint. Help us to never forget that serving others in the spirit of love is more important than all the things money can buy. Help us all, O God to live and not merely to exist, that we may have joy in our work.
FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) is inherently superior to non-FOSS. The choice is a "no-brainer" for an adequately educated person. All that FOSS needs in order to thrive is a level playing field. The two main obstacles to widespread FOSS adoption in the Philippines are ignorance and corruption.
Bluepoint was blessed with the privilege of providing quality Linux training to IT professionals for the past 20 years. Our students, who have become our friends, have made their marks in their respective industries. We are honored and proud to see them give back to the Open Source community here and abroad.
"Linux will never be useful, now or in the future. Open Source advocate wannabe! What are you trying to prove?" These were some of the comments we received when we started Bluepoint in 1999. Today, people are using Linux and Open Source without even knowing it. We are glad to be a part of this amazing journey.
Machine Learning and Zero Trust Engels Antonio
Never trust, always verify: Practical steps to employ Zero Trust and Machine Learning for cybersecurity in a post-perimeter world.
Humans can recognize and locate objects immediately. Object detection aims to replicate this capability in machines. Big data, fast processors, and special algorithms are used to train computers to classify images and localize objects. Various sectors use it for object tracking, video surveillance, crowd counting, autonomous driving, anomaly detection, or face, age, gender, and gait recognition.