On 9/03/2015 10:34 p.m., Israel wrote:
On Sunday, 8 March 2015 at 02:52:41 UTC, Rikki Cattermole wrote:
I'm starting a live stream for making a book.
The book is The way to program - Lets think like a D(eveloper)
For now I will only commit to Mondays 12pm UTC+0.
I may stream at random times beyond that. Check my Twitter as to when
that might be.
The book I am making is available at. For published versions of it.
Published version will not be free, but the raw resources used to
create it are under a creative commons license.
The book's purpose is to not teach D. Instead it focuses on teaching
programming concepts and ideas using D as a base.
Assuming the book creation is a success I have a few other books in
the pipeline. The second book will be covering sockets and threading
via IRC/XMPP. Third would be Web development. Fourth UI's.
There has already been a few streams, so content has already got a
good start. If there is interest, I may stream some of Devisualization
Usually the stream will last 2-3 hours depending upon how many watch
A couple days ago livecoding.tv came out of closed beta. Feel free to
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with livecoding.tv. Although the devs
That's pretty cool. I didn't know a service like this existed. I hope
all goes well...
Yeah, thanks. I'll be starting in about half an hour.
What will be your development environment?
The streaming machine is pretty complex so:
Host machine Mac book pro ~ half a year to a year old (extremely good specs)
Host OS: OSX 10.10
Streaming software: OBS (the new cross platform version)
Music playing software: VLC on host
Now playing text exporter for VLC:
VLC to OBS: http://rogueamoeba.com/freebies/soundflower/
VM system: Parallels 10
VM OS: Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon
Other software: Remarkable, git
Nothing really big difference between fresh install of the distro.
The font size is a bit off. What with the Retina resolution. But
generally I have increased the font size up enough that people can see