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  • So this is random.

  • This is noise pearly noise that is, in the core random algorithm, the actual random algorithm itself.

  • Those numbers aren't related at all.

  • You pick, I'm picking.

  • Ran numbers between zero and 10.

  • 92761948 9 to 13 I ignite a lot, But with Pearl in noise, I might pick numbers like this.

  • 23434565456756756789876 like pearly noise.

  • Performance, art 7692 12343456 Like noise performed with parts With early noise, I might pick numbers like this.

  • 234345654 pearly noise.

  • That is Hurley noise.

  • This is Hurley noise.

  • That is early.

  • This is this is Hurley noise that is hurling.

  • So this is Hurley noise that is hurling her pearly noise.

  • That is Hurley.

  • This is Hurley noise.

  • That is Hurley.

  • This is this is Hurley noise.

  • That is her little.

  • So this is Hurley noise.

  • That is Hurley.

  • But with pearly noise, I might pick numbers like this.

  • 234345654 34 34 5 This is like a poorly noise.

  • Performance fired.

  • Good morning.

  • Hello.

  • And welcome to the coding train.

  • Live on a Wednesday where there's nothing else going on on the internet today.

  • I think people aren't watching anything.

  • They're here.

  • Who's watching videos about simplex Perlin?

  • Radiant Fractal value Wehrli noise.

  • Right, Right.

  • Hello.

  • My name is Dan Schiffman, and I at the moment I'm here every Wednesday at exactly this time it is the morning for me here in New York City.

  • Um and, um, you are here also, so thank you.

  • Thank you for watching.

  • I'm a bursting at the seams to do today.

  • It's topic on.

  • I'm gonna get to that in a second.

  • It looks like people are saying hello in the checked one thing you might have noticed.

  • I, um instead of kind of waiting till I'm completely ready to flip the switch to start life string to youto YouTube, you TOB youto utopia you to you to be twos.

  • Um, I instead, uh, start streaming with just the logo and playing some music while I'm getting ready.

  • That way, At least some things up and running.

  • We'll get the notification, take some time for people to arrive.

  • I do hope and plan to soon have that be something that's animated.

  • Maybe that says, like starting in just a couple minutes.

  • But, you know, all in good time.

  • I'm still a person whose dreams on the Internet with the camera that shuts off every 30 minutes.

  • So technical stuff, it's it's happening.

  • It's getting there.

  • I'm starting to become a professional ish person.

  • Um, So, uh, now, um, what thing?

  • I just want to say that it's really a non er and a thrill and brings me a lot of joy.

  • And happiness is how many parts of the world people are from who are watching.

  • I saw Ethiopia Iran can podia Cambodia, Thailand, India.

  • And those are just some of the countries that I saw.

  • People type in scrolling pass in the chat, and I know that there's probably some U.

  • S.

  • Viewers there that it's still in terms of the viewership.

  • When I look at the YouTube analytics, the highest number, but and anything that I could do to make the content more accessible to international community and all sorts of different communities with access to technology and Internet in different ways.

  • I would love to hear from you.

  • Maybe you're from somewhere in the world where you can't get this, But you want to.

  • Maybe there's some kind of subtitles I could do or bring on a guest or help somebody else do videos in a different language.

  • I don't know.

  • This is a thing I would love to do.

  • So it makes me uneasy.

  • France, Belgium, Poland, Belgium, Australia, Nepal, Portugal, Romania, France, Germany Brook area.

  • Amazing.

  • Amazing Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Belgium, Israel hungry Egypt, Kerala, Netherlands, Poland, Bangladesh.

  • Okay, I've stopped reading this.

  • It's just too.

  • It's too thrilling and wonderful.

  • So, um, let me talk.

  • Let me make a few announcements.

  • First.

  • I'm gonna open up my browser.

  • The spoiler alert.

  • I'm gonna talk about that.

  • The coating train website.

  • Let me yet again highlight the fact that there is this website on what?

  • One of the primary things about the coding train website.

  • It is a place for you to share things that you have made based on videos that I put out which the YouTube comments system isn't particularly great.

  • I mean, there's trying to think of the good qualities about the YouTube commenting system.

  • Well, they have a little heart, but I get to press a heart.

  • But I like that.

  • I'm trying to think of other things anyway.

  • So if I go here to, for example, my most recent Perlin and when I say Perlin for every single video I have ever made up until today, please just insert a footnote, a parentheses, apparent medical, a subscript a superscript.

  • Please insert the year 1983 0 1983 I was a young 10 year old boy in Baltimore, Maryland, innocent of what would happen in the future to me not realizing that I would spend my life blowing into a wood device that when air goes through it and then comes out, makes a whistling tune.

  • Anyway, um, this particular pearl annoys algorithm is an algorithm that dates back to 1983.

  • And today, where we are entering the future, we are entering the two thousand's the 21st century.

  • We're gonna hit 2001 in this video, baby and talk about simplex noise.

  • Anyway, I was saying something.

  • All right, the point of me showing you the web site is this is a place for any challenge.

  • And let's go to this one.

  • Pearl annoys loops and go to to the challenge.

  • I'm here.

  • You can find the various links of things that I talk about in the video.

  • You can find other related parts that are related to this challenge.

  • Other videos.

  • But here's what I want to highlight the community contributions.

  • And currently the system for submitting your community contribution requires a pole request on get Hub.

  • This might not be a thing you're familiar with our comfortable on how to do.

  • But guess what coding trade community is.

  • Make your first full of Crestor.

  • Get up.

  • If you can't do anything wrong, you can't break anything.

  • You can't do it the wrong way.

  • We will help you.

  • Um, and so there's only one contribution right now from Carlos Pontes.

  • Source code here, Let's click on the project and take a look at it.

  • Ooh, there's controls.

  • There's a horn.

  • You look at that.

  • Oh, look at that.

  • This is beautiful X y z.

  • I could put the access E X axes.

  • The access E is the axes.

  • There you can make it not rotate.

  • This is beautiful.

  • Um, And by the way, I did look at this before I started live streaming.

  • And this is need with the p five jazz Web jail renderers blows my mind.

  • That's really awesome.

  • Thank you for this submission.

  • So I encourage you to submit your ideas to hear.

  • Um there was something.

  • 01 thing I would love.

  • Just as a little note, A little tidbit.

  • You'll make me so happy if you do it this way.

  • And maybe it should be more explicit in the guidelines.

  • But if I go here into, like, the pull requests, uh, look, there's one.

  • There's another one right here also by J.

  • C.

  • Pontes.

  • If I click on it and there's a comment here, what I would love, even though the U.

  • R L to this particular project is in the actual files that were changed in the pool request, we can see it here for me to look at it.

  • I have to go in here and then do this and it copy.

  • It would be so nice if you could just put the girl to the project.

  • Also in the comments you put here.

  • So it's really easy to click on and see to make sure it isn't some that's not appropriate.

  • Or there's a mistake that you're always broke in.

  • That type of thing helps Just check it.

  • And I just love looking at them.

  • So that would be That would be wonderful.

  • Little that would just bring me a little sparkle sparkle into my day to have that.

  • Um okay, what else did I want to talk about?

  • Announcement wise?

  • Ah, yes.

  • Google Summer of code.

  • So again, I'm not an official representative of Google.

  • Summer of Code.

  • I don't work for Google.

  • I don't, um I'm not.

  • I'm not an organizer of Google's number of code, but I want to highlight this because I do participate in Google Summer of Code.

  • And it is an excellent program for any of you watching who might be excellent opportunity for any of you watching our students who might like to get involved in open source and get paid to do so.

  • So if you are again, you should really double check the eligibility requirements from Google's official materials.

  • But for my understanding, if you are a current university or graduate student, even if you're graduating this year, you are eligible to apply for Google Summer of Code.

  • You can find all of the different organ mentoring organizations here up.

  • You know, we can look through them.

  • There's some that I'm a little bit familiar with or some that I'm quite intimately familiar with.

  • And if I keep scrolling down and eventually get to the peas up there we go The processing foundation.

  • So the processing foundation is here.

  • I'm gonna click on this.

  • You can click to learn Maur.

  • Anyway, I will come back to this another time.

  • I don't think that deadline is for quite a while if people have questions, but I would encourage you to apply Processing foundation I is the particular open source organization that I participate with for Google Summer of Code.

  • I didn't notice, which was kind of exciting to me that 10 sir, flow is on here on I didn't check.

  • Should have been a check as soon as I saw it live streaming on and check this if the tensorflow dot Js is part of what they're looking for, contributions in for Google Summer of Code.

  • But that's certainly a project that I have some passing familiarity with that I might encourage you to apply also, oh, clips, clips, clips, clips I need like a love I need, like a love sound effect for when I have love for something.

  • I used to spend a lot of time programming an eclipse.

  • I even saw Eclipse passed by on a YouTube video the other day that I was watching.

  • We were about that later, and I've been trying to find a time to do some stuff about Eclipse on this channel.

  • The coating train ho Oh, that would that would be nice.

  • And I haven't thought of it.

  • I thought, Pound a reason to do so.

  • The thing that I've been wanting to do is actually show the steps to make a processing library, a processing job, a library.

  • You know, this might have been more relevant, more timely.

  • I've gotten around to it a year ago, two years ago, five years ago, 10 years ago.

  • But I still think it has value today, Um, and in particular, if you're learning about programming and Java, if you want to understand more about contributing to processing itself is good timing with Google Summer of code coming up.

  • So I think what I would like to do, and I don't think I'll get to this today.

  • But I would like to turn the simplex noise open simplex noise algorithm by Kurt Spencer that I'm gonna look at into a processing library.

  • And I could do that in a video, and then we could make a JavaScript library.

  • Think there might already be a job script implementation of Kurt Spencer's code off to look into that.

  • But that's something that I am interested in.

  • Wolfgang.

  • Hey, everybody, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is here.

  • I thought I had some Mozart music.

  • No, I have some Beethoven here anyway, um, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart asks.

  • Do you prefer javascript or Java?

  • I love them both equally.

  • It's like asking me to pick between my Children.

  • Some days I like one more than the other.

  • Some things one is complaining War.

  • The other one's complaining where the next day, some days one of them wants to give me a big hug.

  • The other one doesn't.

  • But then the next day the other one does.

  • The other one does it.

  • Not that they should be required to give me hugs.

  • Whatever.

  • I don't know what I'm talking about anymore, but no I will not tell you which one I prefer.

  • I looked all programming languages, and they're all nice.

  • And they all have their good points and they're bad points.

  • And people can some people like these and some people like these to me, any all the different paths for getting started in making stuff and expressing yourself on finding the joy and computing is a nice thing.

  • Uh, all right.

  • Mmm.

  • What is this Java Paolo Lennox found?

  • Ooh ah Prosit Foundation.

  • I need a thing for a thing.

  • Someone give me some kind of.

  • All right, so that is that.

  • Let me close this out.

  • Oh, now we're to the topic.

  • So here's what's happening today.

  • First of all, what's again mention I have Ah, whatever.

  • The equivalent of writer's block is for what it is that I do.

  • I have that Maybe you could help get me out of this YouTubers block I threw.

  • Ah, learning incentive grant from Google from YouTube.

  • I am working on creating a new playlist which is entitled Working with Data and AP Eyes in Javascript.

  • I've mentioned this before.

  • I do have some videos that I have made previously on this topic but they're mostly out of date, and it could use a little refreshing.

  • Plus, there's a lot of stuff I didn't get to.

  • So I need to start doing this.

  • I have to finish this playlist.

  • My deadline is late April, early May, and so I want to get started on this.

  • And so next Wednesday, come lower high water.

  • I think it would help.

  • I don't swear on my channel if you noticed that cursor cuss or whatever word you want to use, Like, I secretly just like a little goody two shoes I had I had my wild period, my rumspringa.

  • But, um What what is going on today?

  • What?

  • What did you put it here?

  • Cafe chain that will remain nameless because you're not actually sponsoring me.

  • But you could I'm looking at you long J.

  • Well, okay.

  • Anyway, I was staying something.

  • Um, I have to finish this.

  • Oh, so come hell or high water?