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  • Okay, Okay.

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  • Okay.

  • Now you can hear me, right?

  • It's never a coding train without I know.

  • I just gotta wait till the chat.

  • I gotta wait till the chat catches up and realizes that I am talking about You can hear me now.

  • Ah, Still talking to himself.

  • No joke.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, I just gotta wait for this.

  • All right.

  • Um all right, let's Let's let's let's begin again.

  • Hello.

  • Good morning.

  • Welcome.

  • My name is Dan, and this is the coding train.

  • Oh, I said so many interesting and important and funny and loose, illuminating and exciting and magnificent things that cannot possibly remember.

  • It's not a coating train.

  • If I don't start with my Mike muted by accident every once in a while anyway.

  • So why am I here?

  • What's going on?

  • It's Monday.

  • I'm wearing a T shirt.

  • This couldn't possibly be the coding train.

  • It's like cold outside.

  • And what?

  • The T shirt.

  • I had a whole thing.

  • Good morning.

  • And welcome to a very special edition of the coating train on a Monday.

  • So it's been a while since I've been here.

  • I haven't done a live stream for several weeks now.

  • I was at this wonderful event that was really fun.

  • Exciting, called thinker con.

  • I'm wearing the thinker con T shirt.

  • And so I was not able to live stream on that Friday and then this past Friday, it was a holiday here in the United States, otherwise known as a Thanksgiving.

  • So I was not able Thio Lifestream on Friday, and I just can't stay away.

  • I have to come back to you.

  • I just I felt the the sort of need to put some ideas to typing onto screen to Internet.

  • So welcome.

  • So I'm here.

  • Uh, this, by the way, is actually life.

  • I noticed there was some confusion at the beginning of the check.

  • We're asking, Is this the premier or is this life what the world we live in?

  • It's okay for us egg.

  • You can have something recorded that is premiered live that you can chat with, or you could actually be live or I could be live.

  • But I'm actually 30 seconds in the past by the time you see it and then you could be watching this.

  • It's a point in the future recorded.

  • There's so many possibility that so confusing, but right now, at this very moment, I am live here on.

  • I am going to program some stuff.

  • Um, so, uh, I'm checking out the chat, eh?

  • So I'm not gonna be here for a super long.

  • I will go back to my usual Friday schedule.

  • Um, I do.

  • I am here, though, to talk about a few things for least an hour.

  • Let me open up a web browser.

  • And, um, let me first go to something which I'm very excited about.

  • So you might have recently remember that I did a challenge.

  • A coding challenge where I attempted to create a logo interpreter logo being the programming language invented in 1967 where you can control this little turtle that moves around the screen and make graphics.

  • And I did my cruddy little version of it.

  • I put with my best attempt on my channel.

  • And then you the people created something.

  • Unbelievable.

  • So I'm gonna go to get hub dot com slash coating train slash, uh, logo.

  • So this is the, uh no, I'm not signed in, but that's fine.

  • This is the community version.

  • I'm gonna go here to contributors.

  • All of these people have contributed code to this version of the logo project.

  • And if I go here and click on, uh, this live Web demo link, I will be here and you'll see.

  • Look at this.

  • This is unbelievable.

  • There's like a design.

  • There's looking the actual syntax, highlighting.

  • There's a little menu here where I can like pick.

  • Look at it supports color it, Hexi decimal with repeat and syntax highlighting.

  • And I could look at these different.

  • And I could look at these different things that are here, and I could take my own Look at this.

  • The coating trade logo is here.

  • This is unbelievable.

  • I don't know what this is, but it's re center.

  • Oh, that's crazy.

  • I can like moving around.

  • Uh, this is just unbelievable.

  • Look at that.

  • That was like an animation.

  • How do people know how to do all that stuff?

  • It's unbelievable to me.

  • So thank you, everyone and really excited about the future possibilities of what we could do in this channel.

  • I'm using it.

  • So So I will try to do this periodically, where a particular coding challenge is put into a separate depository that people could contribute.

  • Thio, I do have difficulty managing all of this stuff on.

  • I'm figuring out new and interesting ways of doing that, for example, and sometimes someone just emerges The tasteful, toasty on get hub is now the has permissions to this repositories to review and merge poor requests.

  • So that's what exciting.

  • I do also want to mention then, though, that if you go to the coding train dot com on dhe, these are the two.

  • These are the two part coding challenges that for any of these challenges, you can also submit.

  • You can also So, in addition to contributing to maybe a community version, if you've made your own version that's hosted somewhere on your own, you can submit that as well.

  • So I don't know.

  • Yeah, you can see.

  • Look at this here.

  • I think I showed these already, but there is a three D logo experiment that was submitted here, which, actually look at this.

  • This is amazing.

  • That submitted by Dave be soft dot com, which implements a version of logo where you can run it, run it with a three D render.

  • Oh, my goodness.

  • So, so much amazing stuff.

  • Okay.

  • Um, so I wanted to mention that um what else is coming?

  • Coming.

  • So I am going to It is almost December, and I am planning to do a holiday extravaganza, but planning me and I have no plan yet on that will be a fundraiser for the prostate foundation.

  • So I just want to mention that you don't need to wait for the fundraiser.

  • Crossing Foundation is a, um none for profit foundation in the United States That supports a variety of initiatives.

  • You can see all the information here on the website on.

  • If you go here to support, you can find a way to sport.

  • So I will do a fundraiser at some point for processing.

  • I think tomorrow is giving Tuesday.

  • So pre giving Tuesday announcement.

  • There you go.

  • Okay.

  • So the next thing that I'm going to do is the chaos game.

  • Okay, let's do this.

  • So many possibilities here.

  • Who?

  • I like this.

  • We can make this one.

  • Look at this boy.

  • Boy, boy.

  • So many.

  • Oh, so excited.

  • Okay, So the reason why I'm doing this is at the finger cut.

  • Let me let me thank a few people We open up a thinker con here.

  • Um, so I want to thank in particular, the organizer's a thinker con smarter, everyday destine.

  • If you're not familiar with the smarter everyday channel, you probably would enjoy it.

  • Sabrina, Emily and Ah, Henry from minute physics.

  • I don't know why I don't see Henry here.

  • And Robert Cole, Rich from radio Lab, where the organizers of this conference was really fun.

  • I got to see the festival to spoken nerd, which was mind blowing the awesome.

  • I have the target audience for that job.

  • It was really fun.

  • And I was lucky enough to get to do a short 10 minute demo.

  • I did this demo with, um James Schloss.

  • Let's see.

  • Author of the I think it's the algorithm archive.

  • I think that's the name of his project.

  • Um, I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure this is a project.

  • Uh, has a project like this.

  • It's got to be the algorithm work, right?

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • On his YouTube channel is Li IOS.

  • So s and I've mentioned I mentioned his channel before because I used his video on the hyper Cube to create my hyper cube challenge.

  • He also has a twitch channel where he does a lot of live streaming So, um so I'm gonna mention these things.

  • Um ah, over the archive, thinker con.

  • So we did a kind of coding competition.

  • We had 15 minutes and each program the chaos game next to each other.

  • He was using, like, Julia.

  • Some kind of crazy v I or something with text editor.

  • And I was just using my usual people, huh?

  • Js Web editor, which I'm also going to use right now.

  • Um, no, don't just do this.

  • Um, okay.

  • And don't call this chaos game Chaos Game number file.

  • There is also a a number file, video video, which I will reference.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • So this is what I'm going to do today.

  • So Johnny Joe stahr asks, um, is this not supposed to go on twitch to know?

  • So I do not live stream to twitch.

  • At one point, I was live streaming t multiple platforms.

  • And for better or worse, I have sort of landed on YouTube as my primary platform for both live streaming and shorter edited versions of things that happen in the life street.

  • So let's just get started here, playing the chaos game.

  • Oh, before I forget, How do I find this.

  • Okay, A doctor circuit.

  • I think twitter dot com Doctor Circuit.

  • Dr.

  • Circuit s B s been Sunday.

  • Larson is a coding trained viewer musician programmer from Norway Has his own YouTube channel that you could find created for me the most amazing piece of music ever.

  • That I will premiere at this moment.

  • I will later.

  • No.

  • Okay.

  • Thank you.

  • Um, s bend for this.

  • Amazing to know how quite that was loud, super loud or super quiet.

  • But I definitely plan on using that off.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, all right, let's cast game coding challenge.

  • This is, I think gonna be Finally I'm gonna do this in two parts because I'm gonna do a really simple version with just a triangle first, and then I'm gonna do another version with, um, uh, more of a variety.

  • Okay.

  • I'm looking for my train whistle.

  • Here.

  • This All right, let me reset.

  • Almost wanna have a timer here, but nothing ever.

  • Nothing good ever comes from the timer.

  • Okay.

  • The volume was pretty good.

  • I wouldn't change it.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • Hello.

  • Welcome to a coat.

  • That's OK.

  • That's OK.

  • That's good.

  • Well, uh cool.

  • Okay.

  • Me, me, me, me me, me, me, me By All right.

  • Hello.

  • Welcome to a coating coding challenge.

  • Last last dry last year, everybody Hello and welcome to a coding challenge.

  • The Chaos Game doll.

  • All right, so why am I doing this coding challenge?

  • I recently was lucky enough to attend this amazing event.

  • Thinker con in Huntsville, Alabama.

  • Thank you to Smarter every day.

  • And the other organizers of thinker con.

  • This was mind blowing event.

  • And at this event, I was I had the chance to do a live demo of some coding in front of people underneath a rock.

  • It was that was Saturday.

  • Rocket.

  • Look, kind of like this on Guy did this with James Schloss, who is the author of the algorithm archive.

  • Has a YouTube channel is.

  • Well, you might remember references to his YouTube channel in the I should have his YouTube channel up.

  • Leo S O s.

  • No.

  • What is Ah, hyper cube.

  • Come on.

  • Seriously.

  • Seriously.

  • What happened to you?

  • It was always the 1st 1 Look, here's mine.

  • How come I don't have my view to premium on any to sign in?

  • I think this is Oh, boy, Oh boy.

  • If you race don't you to Premium.

  • Uh, okay.

  • Ah, everybody just take a moment.

  • Here we go.

  • Uh, here we go.

  • There you go.

  • Learning is something I've always enjoyed.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Hold on a sec.

  • I want to thank the right people here.