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  • the more I try to figure out what to include in the day in the Life I've already recorded two days in life have realized that a day in the life is not a very good representation of a day in my life, mainly because one day I could be coding and then recording and editing for 10 to 12 hours a day.

  • And the next day I could do e mails and meetings and run packages reversed like coffee for six day, eight hours a day and then other days, just maybe a combination of both.

  • So while this is not gonna be a traditional Dana life video, it's definitely not gonna be one of those.

  • Uh, let's see how much food I can eat today.

  • Dana, like videos, is all those seem to be.

  • It is in fact, going to be a mesh of different aspects of my days, considering now that I do full time YouTube and coding and coffee business, I figured, you know, just just take the interesting parts, put them all together into this video, and let's call it a day in the life.

  • So let's start with the typical morning I come on into this office and start heading e mails.

  • Wait a second.

  • I did say interesting, didn't I?

  • Yeah, I just know that whatever.

  • Typically, in the mornings I come on into this office, I'll hit you to be mounts for sponsors or anything like that.

  • I'll hit first by coffee.

  • Customer support in anything in between.

  • Emails, emails, emails just kind of annoying.

  • Sometimes it's nice in case you don't want to start diving into the heavy work.

  • But, hey, it's gotta get once.

  • Emails are all said and done.

  • I typically like to get into coding now.

  • I've been working lately on an artificial intelligence project.

  • How much?

  • Don't want to say.

  • Basically, I'm training a neural network to beat a game, a video game, but that's all I can tell you.

  • I'll wait.

  • I'll wait to reveal that for a future video for now.

  • Last week I was working on a video where I was just coating up Caesar cipher program that would encrypt our site for our message and writing some tests about that, throwing it up on get hub and then integrating a Circle C.

  • I continues integration.

  • Workflow is a matter of fact.

  • Let me just let me just pass it back to my last week.

  • Self.

  • Let him explain a little bit more.

  • I'll take you there live below the cut.

  • The video working on here will be alive, and the next week or two it is actually a sponsored videos.

  • I need to go set it off and get it approved for by the brand Who is sponsoring it in that brand is Circle C.

  • I.

  • Obviously, we're going to be going into it a bit more when it comes to this particular video.

  • But the overall idea of this video that I'm working on here, it's just we're going from basically nothing.

  • You have a computer with Windows 10 because that's what most people have.

  • They have Windows 10.

  • They don't they don't have land exit.

  • Well, maybe they have Mac OS, but the process still the same.

  • If you have Mac OS installing your I D.

  • E.

  • Writing a simple terminal application, which in our case, it's used their side for writing tests for your code, creating a git repositories and pushing your coat up to you get depository and then creating a continuous integration or C I work flow using circle C I in order to run your tests.

  • That way you make sure that your code works and builds properly before pushing it over into your master branch.

  • That is what this peak of the Kurds will be got going on.

  • Here.

  • We have our cipher.

  • We have how we want all set it.

  • We have the offsetting of the actual character we have transforming from a string into a character array in order to offset each entire character.

  • And we have our main dot Java file over here in order to run what we need, we created a new instance of this class Caesar cipher.

  • So all of this good right here in order to access the cipher and basically run our code, we put it out.

  • Original message are all set.

  • And then our Seifert message and reason we're doing it that way is because I wanted to actually show you what is going on from here and the terminal.

  • You know, we come on up here and click run.

  • You could see maybe down here how you have the output of the original message.

  • He all set the cipher message, but then that right there and then we have our tests.

  • So we ran tests.

  • What?

  • We created a test at his test cipher message with offset of 12 and basically a certain equals means you see the common right here that this value on this out of the common is equal to this value on the right side of the common.

  • So this right here is one value.

  • This is us running the code and our message How are you doing today?

  • Is offset by 12 and this should be the result.

  • That's basically what we're saying.

  • And then right over here, we're testing an F D string.

  • We also created another, another test right here, which is a feeling test because I want to see your lips.

  • So I created a test test cipher message with offset of 11 and then the circles is the same.

  • Exact thing is what we did up here with the offset of 12.

  • However, we change this to 11 meaning this should be the incorrect message, obviously will be going more into it in this video itself.

  • But I wanted to do that, so we had test circle C I A and the C I work for that we created and see how it reacts to a failed test.

  • But that comes later in the video, not what I'm working on right now.

  • Today, if you have any desire to be or work like a professional software developer, I do recommend just going through that video because those air skills that you will need, you need to be familiar with the continuous integration and then eventually continuous deployment of an application.

  • Whether you work on a day to day basis is a developer and not you need to know the ins and outs of kind of how it works.

  • Circle C.

  • I does have a lot of good resource is just learning about it in case you don't want to dive into it just yet.

  • Just read up on it using their documentation.

  • And then there's get hub, which that is a universe control.

  • You're gonna be using git of some sort.

  • Maybe it's bit bucket or get, huh?

  • Whatever it may be, you're gonna be using it.

  • And then when it comes to coding, obviously gonna be writing Code Java doesn't it doesn't matter what language, and then you're gonna be writing tests for that code.

  • Well, I did end up getting me Ah, get and get stuff done for today.

  • And I actually think I'm gonna be able to finish this entire video today.

  • There for you will be able to see it sooner.

  • That all that's left, I say, all that's left is the Circle C I C.

  • I work flow, but I'm gonna take a little bit of a break and, uh, take this nice green drink because health bottoms up.

  • It was good until that last last little bit.

  • Normally, it's bad the whole time, but, uh, my put some dragon fruit in there, so, uh ah, but that last little bit you get all the powder on green green powder stuff.

  • Whatever.

  • I'm gonna go figure out what what I should do in this little break Something outside.

  • You know, before I think maybe this is my brain.

  • My brain is talking to the camera for the further behind the scenes of this video the day in the life video.

  • I'm actually gonna touch on the fact that I know a lot of my videos I talk about, you know, basically structure when it comes to doing your work.

  • Especially this offer engineer.

  • However, I feel like that structure is heavily needed when you're not working on something that is that you just really enjoy your really, like, really interested in.

  • Sometimes you need to give yourself a break.

  • I understand that, but when you're working on something that you actually like working on, I just like me personally.

  • I just like to get lost in the work, and it's, uh, 12 o'clock three o'clock when in my mind it's actually 10 or 11 o'clock.

  • I don't mind because I get the work done.

  • I enjoyed doing it.

  • You kind of get in this flow state right?

  • That's just That's how I like to do things if I need to create a schedule for myself.

  • A tight schedule much always keep a loose schedule, but a tight schedule for myself.

  • Then I do it bother other Nana, just you know, the night before the morning of I write down All right, I need to get X, y and Z done and get this video done.

  • This video mostly done, may even be completing it today.

  • I need to be doing some of the e mails and you'd be doing some of the first, like coffee stuff.

  • Maybe go get it today if they roasted today.

  • Things that nature.

  • I always make sure that I write down what I need to get done.

  • But it's not always a tight schedule like I have preached in previous videos, because that's just not how I always like to run my day.

  • If I'm working as this offered near that, maybe some moving on.

  • If you don't know by now, I own a coffee company named First Black Coffee.

  • You can get some coffee at a first bike off dot com if you're interested, but we typically ass are roasters to rest our coffee once a week.

  • We put on our order on a Monday.

  • They typically roast it on a Tuesday or Wednesday, and then we pick it up and ship it out there after.

  • This is where the days kind of meshed together because a day in the life I've just showed you what it did in the morning.

  • 9 39 e mails.

  • 9 30 coding ends at 12 or two, and then I take a break in that much, however packaging of the coffee and you get done in the mornings because I need to make sure that a ship it out by four.

  • PM because that's when the post office closes.

  • So when I'm not doing the coding aspect of things, I come in and I do the first buy coffee packaging aspect of things.

  • Make sure that's all nice and taped up.

  • We take a good old bag of first buy coffee here.

  • This is a single bag order job that in that moment we have everything on the table here.

  • But since I'm recording my, uh, my packing protection is crinkled.

  • Paper here makes things up.

  • Nice.

  • It also keeps the bag of coffee nice and secure within the box.

  • And then they just simply show our appreciation.

  • We throw a hand written thank you card within every single order just to let you know that we appreciate you supporting us.

  • And first black coffee.

  • We go ahead, make sure this is nice and taped up.

  • Throw it off to the side and then on to the next one until we've completed all of our orders.

  • Go on the packing slip taken one down to the post office.

  • I've actually been doing a lot of brainstorming and kind of what's next for the company in a perfect world would be able to generate enough revenue in order to buy our own roaster and get our own warehouse space.

  • That way we can start experimenting with different types of beans and roasting different types of beings from different areas and testing out new blends.

  • They're getting flavors from this area, like Guatemala and this flavor from this area, like Peru or wherever we end up getting the beans and mixing the slaves together and figuring out the best roast for them.

  • Medium roast, dark roast, whatever it may be.

  • And that that's that's what that's kind of the dream, the next step for this company that I hope to happen.

  • And then we would also like to add a dark roast to the lineup next.

  • I'm not really much of a light roast guy right now.

  • If you don't know, it's just this coffee right here.

  • It's a medium roast, and while I really like this coffee, it's some of my favorite coffee I've ever tasted.

  • I also really like dark, so I want that to be the next addition to line up, whether that be with our current roaster.

  • We add the dark rose or whether that be with our own roast urn like like our own.

  • We're roasting our own coffee beans that has yet to be determined.

  • It just depends on kind of how the business goes and that will determine which route would take.

  • After all the emails and the coding in the coffee business and whatever else came up throughout the day, it's time to start recording and editing and uploading and creating thumbnails and basically anything that goes into the video aspect of the YouTube channel.

  • That's what I gotta do, and that could take anywhere from a couple hours to a couple of days and on the rare stuff occasions, a couple weeks, even up to past a month, the way I normally work is once I record the video, I'll come on into Premier.

  • Let's take a look, expert all my footage into what I like to consider no organized directory into the appropriate folder for this video, and this is all the footage right here that some you may see some you may not, and then for that, I throw it on into Premiere Pro.

  • This is my whole entire edit as it sits.

  • Obviously, it's not all the way done, but I typically like to trim down what I recorded off the get because sometimes I will do multiple, different takes.

  • And if I'm able to edit what I just recorded right after, everything is fresh in my mind.

  • Okay?

  • I messed up on this particular take three times, so I need to make sure that I skip over those three times and hit the 4th 1 Because now I'm not gonna be wasting time re watching me mess up the take again and again and again.

  • I can skip off those, trim it down, and now I have basically the outline of my video from their own out.

  • What I will do is I'll go in and do any beer.

  • Oh, if I need to know, you record me typing on the computer or I need to integrate any overlays or any graphic something that applies to help Help Better tell this story in which I'm trying to present.