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  • me.

  • You know, it never.

  • I can never I can never get it right.

  • I can never get it right here we are, starting a new year.

  • And I really thought I had it this time.

  • Thank you, Kelly, Who just sent me a message in the slack that popped up that I saw that I was muted.

  • Okay, so I'm welcome back, happy son, and be in the summer.

  • Happy start of school.

  • Back to school.

  • Happy.

  • Almost a Labor Day weekend is the holiday weekend.

  • A Friday afternoon here in the United States, where I live in New York City.

  • I'm broadcasting live from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

  • I have, uh I haven't seen the chat catch up to me, and I know that the chat, the live chat that's going on during during the stream is usually about 30 seconds behind.

  • So now I see that someone says Leo says Now we good.

  • So I assume that means the sound is going.

  • Could you could hear the music.

  • I think what was playing before?

  • Yes.

  • So I have a whole lot of really wonderful happy things to announce.

  • I'm gonna talk about something called the P five gs Web editor.

  • That is the primary topic.

  • Today's live stream will be for the total beginner, for the most part will be a few things that I'll do that aren't that are that involved.

  • Things that I that you would have to know about already in terms of programming, to be able to follow along in full detail.

  • But as always, I try to have everything friendly and available to the beginner.

  • But today I am returning to my roots and going back to create the first intro to You're about to learn to code for the very first time videos.

  • I'm replacing some of the videos on my channel that have gone out out of date.

  • So if you're kind of here for the machine learning lower level tensorflow programming stuff that I also sometimes d'oh go enjoy dinner or breakfast or go back to sleep, whatever it is you were doing, I want to begin today enforcement with some very sad news.

  • I'm gonna bring up the Web browser, hear Madden.

  • It's only fitting that I I'm not sure if I pronounced his name correctly.

  • Madden is a coding train viewer for a long time a member of the slack community, someone who made countless contributions on the quoting train.

  • Get hub!

  • I was poring through all of these commits from Maren.

  • I was looking at some of the messages that Madden wrote Maren sadly passed away.

  • I believe this week I actually don't know the date that I was learning to this news on Twitter.

  • I wanted to take, uh, till the marriage is not something I ever met.

  • A Marron, I think, though, is one it is.

  • I don't have anything prepared to say, but I think that what I want to say is that one of the reasons why I enjoy and love getting to do this is that the the material that I put out on this channel, other people find it, and they send me things back.

  • They teach me things.

  • They're kind to me and answering my questions.

  • They join the slack community.

  • They help somebody else they contribute on Get hub.

  • You know, I d'oh earn a small living from this channel in addition to the work that I do at N y U.

  • But there's more to it also than that, and Mayor and I think it's someone who really for me, even though I never met him or never spoke voice to him only chatted to get Hub is somebody that I I really came to know our feel that I know.

  • And I'm really, really sad, sort of crushed to hear this news.

  • So, um, today's Lifestream is dead.

  • It to Martin.

  • Is Dick dedicated to Maren?

  • I encourage you to check out the website man in D h dot and l.

  • I believe there's a place where you can leave online condolences and most of America's from the Netherlands.

  • If I'm correct, somebody correct me if I'm, um if I'm wrong.

  • So I think if you click on here, see, most of it's in Dutch.

  • Um and, um, I'm getting some notes that maybe my sounds.

  • It'll also look at that for in a minute.

  • So in the future, I might try to do a fund raiser around suicide awareness on That's something that I'm looking into.

  • A.

  • YouTube has a new platform called YouTube giving, but this today's live stream back to the beginning, I think is appropriate is dedicated to Maren.

  • I'm gonna beat my microphone, Um, and take?

  • Um just about 30 seconds of silence.

  • You know, I'd ask you in the chat Thio e.

  • I know that everybody watching this is the stream comes in a different time.

  • Last 30 seconds.

  • 20 seconds later.

  • 45 seconds to take a moment.

  • Take 30 seconds.

  • Thio, take a break from the chat and I will be back.

  • Okay, Um I also want to say that I'm wearing It's awkward transition, but I'm gonna go back into coding tutorials as I typically dio on Fridays.

  • I also I'm wearing this shirt from the made by Tae Yun Choi as part of his project Distributed web of care.

  • I was like, Oh, actually just got that Sure I want to wear on the coating dream should I wear today It's a symbol of what I think to me To me I love Italian is doing with his project distributed web of care I have to look over here on my monitor, see what's written on it.

  • But a lot of times when we think about technology, we think about control user machine, learn.

  • And what about thinking about care?

  • What about unlearned?

  • We're all after all, rather un compute herbal.

  • So this is a shirt from Tae Yoon Choice Project distributed web of care.

  • I I'll tryto include some links.

  • Thio teens work in video description.

  • Okay, so they're waas um there was some a couple notes about Maybe my shirt tag is Okay.

  • Well, that's that's pretty typical for me.

  • There were some notes.

  • Thank you, Chris.

  • Purge in for, um, posting the note in the slack channel about the national suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is 1 802 738255 That's obviously a United States number.

  • Okay, So and, um, thank you, moderators for moderating the chat que weak bond in particular and others of those who are moderating.

  • Everything okay with the sound before I move on, I'm just going to have a little drink of water.

  • Check the whiteboard camera.

  • Let's see here.

  • Is it working?

  • It is not on.

  • Of course.

  • When I drink that water, you can really hear it, right?

  • It's very like awkward and weird sounding.

  • Probably coding train brought to you by water.

  • Okay.

  • What?

  • First of all I have, this chair is like in the shot, which is a problem.

  • Where can I put it.

  • Just put it here.

  • Uh, white board.

  • Everything okay?

  • Sound is fine over here.

  • Um, I am back.

  • I'm going Thio.

  • I will include links Thio Marin's website and his commits and work out with quitting train in the description closing.

  • This looks I have setting up some stuff.

  • Oh, and this is a force.

  • Something I'm going to talk about ongoing business.

  • Another thing I'll mention is that I have, um I think that sounds a little quiet.

  • Uh, sounds okay.

  • Good.

  • You know, I prefer it to be a little bit quiet.

  • To be honest, I say, won't you be able to hear it?

  • But I'll get a little a bit excitable, get a little bit loud.

  • And, um, when that happens, sometimes the microphone can peek or distort.

  • And Macha, who does a lot of video editing for posting stuff separately afterwards, always boost the volume.

  • It's easier to boost it, then correct it down.

  • So unless there's a significant problem with you being able to hear it, Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • So I do have some new branding stuff that's coming along the way.

  • You can see here this there's gonna be some new T shirts with this new bouncy letters coating train logo.

  • Um, I you'll notice that in the chat there, I have new emojis and icons for the members.

  • That's a thing that's part of the YouTube membership program.

  • You're interested?

  • I want believer that point.

  • But those of you who were members of the chat can go ahead and blast some of those emojis.

  • And so there's new.

  • There's a lot of new stuff coming with new characters and some new T shirts, stuff and stickers and things like that.

  • Um, okay, Uh um, Let's see.

  • All right, so let's go.

  • So this is what you know.

  • This is ah, a bit of a tricky time of year for me, as I mentioned many times already.

  • I worked at New York University, and so I have classes.

  • Starting next week, I'm teaching three classes, which is a lot on one of the meeting Tuesday from the meets on Wednesday and Monday's a holiday.

  • But in particular, one of the classes that I'm teaching is the introduction to programming for total beginners, and I see that there was a new member that joined Valka, I think was out cuts.

  • Ah, a new member of the joint, Alka.

  • Thank you, Elka.

  • Of course the camera goes off those good timing.

  • Um And, um, so I need to buy my previous video belt around here.

  • I think I'm just gonna start.

  • I gotta cover this laptop.

  • I haven't a laptop so much to discuss.

  • I have new workflow.

  • I'm gonna do a video about the new workflow.

  • But I can't get to that today, because what was I trying to get to here?

  • Yes, I need to go to YouTube.

  • You, too dot com slash the coating train.

  • And I need to go to, uh Well, I could subscribe to the channel.

  • I created a new Google.

  • Look out.

  • Just to be long into something here, you subscribe another subscriber.

  • Um, I'm gonna go to here.

  • There we go.

  • I'm gonna go.

  • Let's just look here.

  • No, no, no, not here.

  • Don't show me an ad.

  • Don't you mean at all right.

  • So in theory and a new member, another new member question is are the lights flashing at home?

  • Meyer Shaw.

  • Thank you for joining fire shot.

  • So, um, thes air these videos for the learned to code from scratch.

  • You've never coded before course and they are.

  • Many of them were made.

  • I would say two or three years ago.

  • Some of them were made last year.

  • A year ago?

  • If we start getting into the classes with s six stuff that I started doing Okay, sorry.

  • There's something.

  • There's some, like, weird delay going on.

  • That's weird.

  • So, like, the output of this into my monitor is behind, I don't think that's gonna cause a huge problem.

  • Uh, let me just test something with you all just to see if because you is this out of sync for you.

  • I don't care so much, but I'm curious.

  • Is the new computer?

  • I didn't notice this when I did my test run through.

  • You're gonna be able to hear me type because the typing is kind of loud.

  • And I want you to say when you hear the sound of the letter a dozen letter a appear and I'm gonna look over here too.

  • So for me, I see it immediately.

  • And then it appears on the monitor of what I'm live streaming a little bit later.

  • Yet when I move my hand, it's instant.

  • So there seems to be a little bit of a delay, but I think that's gonna be fine.

  • I mean, we have to live with it right now.

  • If that's a major issue for anybody, let me know.

  • Um okay.

  • Um thank you, everybody.

  • All these nice message in the chat.

  • Love seeing that.

  • Okay, so in theory this fall, I intend to remake all of these videos.

  • That's crazy.

  • I don't think I'm going to do that.

  • But I am at least going to make remake 1.1.

  • Introduction P five gesture.

  • Torrey A ll.

  • This workflow video is gonna go away.

  • It's not gonna go away.

  • It's still gonna exist.

  • But that workflow video is not for a total beginner.

  • Instead, it will be about the P five Web better, which I will talk about.

  • Then I'll get to basics of drawing.

  • So I want to see if I can redo today.

  • This was a 12 minute video.

  • This was a 15 minute video and this was 15 minute view.

  • And by the way, when I say we do, it's not like I just went rewatch the just doing the same idea.

  • But I'll probably do it a different way with different examples.

  • And just with my war gray hair.

  • So that's the, um um, so that's the no delay.

  • People are saying everything's fine or it's a tiny milliseconds.

  • Mr.

  • Okay, so that's the core plan.

  • What else do we want to do?

  • No, I want to announce the P five Web better.

  • I'm kind of doing that already, but I will say a few more words about that.

  • I want to do the new intro to code A drawing tutorial.

  • A colored.

  • These are for complete and total beginners.

  • So if you've never coated before, ever, today is a live stream to tune into it.

  • But of course, everything will be edited.

  • Recorded an uploaded later too.

  • Then I have this idea.

  • The move.

  • I shouldn't say this now because what if I don't get to it?

  • What time is it now?

  • Um, five o'clock.

  • I have I have some time, but I also run out of steam.

  • Eventually.

  • The snake coding challenge is the most viewed video on my channel.

  • It's also like I use constructor functions instead of six classes.

  • I didn't have the p five Web editor when I made that.

  • I did some weird stuff in that video that makes no sense, probably so.

  • I thought I would try today as a coding challenge.

  • Snake Game re ducks.

  • And it's kind of true that this is just a grab at work shoes because, like, I'm sort of curious.

  • Like, Why did that video catch fire?

  • And if I do it again, I probably won't.

  • But will it?

  • I'm just sort of curious, but also feels like it's worth worth giving another crack at.

  • So if anybody wants to tell me that's a terrible idea, I will listen.

  • But I'd probably do it anyway.

  • And then a number six on this list, we find a working marker.

  • Um, I'm looking at the chat.

  • Number six on this list is I want to make some videos about how to, uh, make AP five course with Google Classroom.

  • So and this will relate Thio me announcing the p five y better.

  • So let me get to that.