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  • Hello and happy 2020!

  • It is me, Dan, from the Coding Train

  • here to launch a new learning playlist on YouTube

  • called The Nature of Code.

  • That's what it says right here.

  • So this is not new content at all.

  • In fact, this playlist that I'm about to embark upon

  • is based on material that I started

  • working on probably in 2008 and then published a book about,

  • which you can find online at natureofcode.com in 2012.

  • The book here that you're seeing was written then

  • and has largely not been updated.

  • It uses processing, which is a Java-based creative coding

  • environment.

  • And I am in the process of rewriting the book

  • to update things for 2020 as well as port a lot

  • all of the text and examples to JavaScript with p5.js.

  • So it's my dream that by the time you're watching this,

  • this will look totally different.

  • But this is where it is right now as I'm recording this.

  • In terms of what's already on the YouTube channel,

  • these are all of the videos.

  • Most of these were actually recorded between five and eight

  • years ago.

  • The quality is a little bit lower--

  • not that my quality is the best ever now but it's improved.

  • And so you can go back and watch these.

  • But largely, what I'm going to do

  • is go through a lot of these topics

  • and redo these videos with new ways of thinking

  • and new ideas, and also JavaScript.

  • I should mention that some of the stuff I did

  • update more recently like genetic algorithms,

  • and neural networks, and the physics library,

  • and little bits and pieces in here--

  • so if you're following through this playlist,

  • there will be some forward and backward in

  • time of when things have been recorded.

  • But hopefully, it will all piece together with a nice narrative.

  • If you want to follow the book being updated

  • and the examples being updated as it's happening,

  • I'll refer you to the Nature of Code on GitHub.

  • So here are all of the open source

  • repositories for all of the raw material of the book.

  • So the book itself is in NOC book two.

  • There's the syllabus, which is for a course

  • that I'm teaching at ITP, New York University, School

  • of the Arts.

  • There's the code for the website.

  • There's the processing examples.

  • There's the p5.js examples.

  • And there's even some Python examples as well.

  • And so all of this is stuff that I'm going to be working on.

  • And my goal is that sometime, by the end of 2020, all of this

  • will be complete.

  • This video series that is there in front of you

  • will have be all filled out and we can all just

  • have a little dance and be merry, go merrily on our way.

  • And let me also give a mention of Kadenze

  • which I participated in producing an online course

  • called the Nature of Code a bunch of years

  • ago as well that has a lot of video

  • tutorials, a lot of similar content.

  • This is also a nice resource, a complement

  • to what I'm doing here as well.

  • So I probably should have mentioned

  • what this is all about.

  • So this book is about looking at the world around us,

  • the natural world, being inspired by it

  • and trying to create software experiences,

  • interactive experiences inspired and based on those things.

  • The first bit of advice I might have for you-- and thinking

  • of the words of George Washington Carver,

  • go take a walk outside.

  • Experience the world around you.

  • Be with people.

  • Be with human beings.

  • Enjoy nature.

  • And that might help really give you ideas and inspiration

  • for what you might want to create

  • when you sit down to code.

  • And that's really what this book is about for me--

  • fractals, cellular automata, autonomous agents,

  • physics simulation, genetic algorithms, neural networks.

  • This happens to be a list of things

  • that I'm going to go through step by step by step

  • throughout this series.

  • But really, there's so much more to the world

  • that we live in than just that, into outer space

  • and beyond into the universe.

  • So I hope that as you watch this series,

  • you think beyond just what I have here.

  • Create stuff and also share it with me.

  • So stay tuned.

  • Look in this video's description.

  • There's lots of ways if you're watching these videos that you

  • can share projects you've made, mostly on TheCodingTrain.com

  • where I think I'm going to put stuff.

  • But just check the video's description.

  • All that will be ironed out.

  • I've got to end this because this is really

  • just a rambling introduction.

  • I want to get into the content.

  • I'm going to come back and redo this anyway

  • once all the videos are done.

  • So hopefully, now you're watching this

  • sometime in the future as like an interesting historical

  • footnote.

  • But thanks.

  • Come with me on this journey into the nature of code

  • and I hope you enjoy it.

  • I'm going to enjoy making it, I know because I

  • do enjoy this kind of stuff.

  • And I can't wait to see what you do.

  • Bye!

  • [TRAIN WHISTLE]

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

Hello and happy 2020!

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