Last year I discovered a website and started to love it. livecoding.tv. What is that? Well, if you look to the video content that is coming to youtube, you are going to discovery that now, more than ever, it is streaming contents. Games, talks, events, everything (and by everything you know what I’m talking about)! But why not the devs? The guys who made it possible, who build every stream platform has to be able to stream it too. And that is what livecoding is about.
It started with a simple way to stream your work and chat with the people that is watching it and you figure out that they start to help you, sending feedback. And in the last months they introduced the opportunity for paid channels, for hiring devs and many other features.
But only this week I start to stream. And I’m in love with it. The way I worked before as on my own, opening every site I could imagine (Facebook and Twitter on top of everything), and moving to others projects. Streaming helps me to be more time in front of a PC and coding. Helps me getting some energy and be more productive. So, my tip for you today is: if you are working on a open source project or if you have authorization for doing so, do it. You will love it like I do.
And, by the way, their twitter send information about what’s currently streaming. They have a really helpful and attentive support.
And, no, they didn’t paid me anything for this post. 🙂
Here are the links for you:
- My channel: https://www.livecoding.tv/vtnorton/
- Livecoding.tv: https://www.livecoding.tv/
- @livecondigtv on Twitter: https://twitter.com/livecodingtv
- And, my youtube channel with all streams and time lapses of it: https://www.youtube.com/user/vtnortondev/