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Streaming programming projects
May 26 2015, 1:19 am
By: Apos  

May 26 2015, 1:19 am Apos Post #1

I order you to forgive yourself!

With the way the Agar Bot Making streams have been going, I'll be starting a programming stream. (The stream peaked at 200 viewers for two consecutive days. Though it averages 30 viewers lately.)

I will likely not get as many viewers for this new thing, but it's worth a shot since some people were interested in learning. (I know because when I stream league, I go down to 10 viewers so people mostly come to watch the bot play.)

Anyway... I made a Github repo where people can suggest ideas: https://github.com/Apostolique/Stream-Ideas

I'll stream the process on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/apostolique/

If people want to join for team projects, that could be cool too.




May 26 2015, 7:24 am Corbo Post #2

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What will you be programming? and which languages?

It'd be nice if you streamed programming in X language and with X program as a goal.

Part of why people focused, I think, was because your programming stream was with the goal of making an agar bot... I think just random programming of whatever might not get that many viewers, then again I might be wrong, but also interested in it since I am trying to learn to program ;o



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May 26 2015, 7:56 pm Apos Post #3

I order you to forgive yourself!

Quote from Corbo
What will you be programming? and which languages?

It'd be nice if you streamed programming in X language and with X program as a goal.

Part of why people focused, I think, was because your programming stream was with the goal of making an agar bot... I think just random programming of whatever might not get that many viewers, then again I might be wrong, but also interested in it since I am trying to learn to program ;o

I made a github where people can suggest different stuff they want to see. I'll probably pick the best projects visually. I'll also be showing how to start programming as a lot of people wanted to learn. There are really only ~3 things you need to know before you start TBH.




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Dem0n -- Oh_Man
Oh_Man shouted: i wonder how they did grand moff tarkins voice in star wars
Got someone to do a decent impersonation and then used professional audio engineers to make it sound like the original actor
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Oh_Man -- i wonder how they did grand moff tarkins voice in star wars
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