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  • Hello.

  • Good morning.

  • And welcome to the coding train with me.

  • Your host.

  • Technical shift.

  • I always feel so ridiculous doing this.

  • Um uh you may have noticed that I wasn't around last week.

  • Live streaming.

  • Um, that was because I was sick.

  • I had another lovely case of laryngitis, but things seem to have come back.

  • I'm able to speak.

  • I'm gonna try to limit myself to just a couple hours today, which is really how much I should limit myself to always.

  • But sometimes things tend to spiral out of control, and I'll suddenly have live stream for four hours wondering why, But I will be back tomorrow.

  • So today, whatever I do today will be in two parts.

  • So part one today and part want to tomorrow.

  • So first, let me thank today.

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  • So I'll come back on talk a little bit more about Ashley, and later.

  • Um, but I want to thank them right from the outset for helping make it possible.

  • What I do here on this YouTube channel, I also want to talk about something near and dear and close to my heart.

  • So let me, uh whoops.

  • Uh, no, that doesn't matter.

  • Let me open up a web browser.

  • By the way, this is a new computer.

  • Uh, and so I have not done anything really?

  • To set up this new computer?

  • Um I mean, I set up my own personal log into this computer with my DEV environment, but then this morning just created a coding train log in, and I've not set up the deaf environment.

  • So that's something I will actually do during today's lifestream, which will either thrill you, um, for because you'll get to see some of these, you know, a bit of the behind the scenes.

  • It shouldn't be behind the scenes.

  • It should be right out in the front of scenes, but it's a little bit of you might be wondering, Like, what are the visual studio code extensions?

  • You have installed in that kind of stuff.

  • I'm going to go through that because I have two.

  • Can't do anything without having gone through that.

  • And then, um, that's one thing.

  • Oh, but where I was I was talking about I want to talk about the processing Foundation.

  • So few things about the processing foundation.

  • So if you're not familiar with the process, Foundation Crossing Foundation is a US non for profit 51 C three tax exempt organization.

  • We are a charity based in New York State.

  • If you're wondering about all the legal jargon, processing is the entity that maintains the software Apple Software Tools processing, P five gs pressing dot pie or python version processing, processing for android.

  • And then there's also during of using processing four pi, which is the raspberry pi implementation of processing all of these different tools.

  • Maybe you use them.

  • Maybe you teach her that Maybe you've just been exposed to them because you watch them on the coating train.

  • White balance looks good on green screen.

  • Maybe the focus is sorry I shot.

  • It appears that if I cannot, I cannot keep my focus, which might actually be true.

  • But what happens is I'm on a little thought and I see out of the corner of my eye a message.

  • It seems important.

  • I start to read it and then I lose track of what I'm talking about.

  • And here we are.

  • Um, let me double check the focus.

  • Today I will be advertising the mud coffee.

  • Let's put that here and see if I can focus on this coffee because it seems like I might be out of focus a little bit.

  • Then I'll come back and talk about The Crossing Foundation.

  • Yeah, it does seem a little out of focus.

  • More focus.

  • Let's see what that better.

  • Maybe that is better.

  • Tell me, everyone, if the focus seems a little better on me now, hopefully it does.

  • And I'll have a sip of my blood coffee.

  • It is not a password.

  • Manager cannot manage your bath words, but it will keep you awake.

  • I've been having a lot of trouble sleeping.

  • I think I have to.

  • I think I really need a no screens policy.

  • After 8 p.m. I got a little bit of a Pokemon go problem Should I did not show.

  • I admit that or no what's happened.

  • What's happened to me?

  • Processing foundation.

  • So I have been part of the processing project as, ah, contributor or enthusiastic user of the processing since around 2003 when I learned about the project from some workshops that others had taught at I.

  • T.

  • P where I am currently on.

  • Over the years I've been, you know, with each year that passes, I've gotten a little bit more involved, maybe get less involved.

  • I don't know where the what the exact trajectory is, but without the processing foundation and all of and countless hours of volunteer work, um, and some paid work that's been generously funded through donors and other types of initiatives.

  • None of what I do on this channel would be possible.

  • So recently, there is a new one of the one of the tools that I use probably the most these days is, um P five Js library.

  • I'm going to the Processing foundation medium page.

  • She probably could have got two from a year ago.

  • I might have gone to the wrong place there.

  • Uh, this is what I wanted to look at, but I want to look at the east to so First of all, if you're wondering what's the latest stuff going on with the processing foundation, you should check out the the articles that are on medium.

  • And the 1st 1 I want to highlight for you is this article written by Lauren McCarthy, the creator and leader, lead developer of the P five Js project on.

  • I won't read the whole article for you, but you can kind of get the idea here.

  • No, no, I don't need to sign in.

  • You can kind of get the idea here from the title making space for the future of P five gs.

  • So, after seven years of developing and leading the project, Lauren is planning to transition out of her role as project lead in January 2020.

  • And we are hoping to have a rotating model of leadership with a new leader every year.

  • And this would be a paid position.

  • So this is something we are currently act at.

  • Um, this is something that we are currently actively fundraising for, because this is something that is a question of Ken.

  • This project even continue.

  • How do you sustain a open source?

  • Healthy, inclusive, open source project and this is a constant struggle, and there are no easy answers.

  • And I'm sure lots of projects run up into all the same questions and issues.

  • Lots of people are working and thinking about this.

  • I encourage you to read this entire article written by Lauren McCarthy.

  • And if you want to, if you have the means and can you know part of the reason why it's an open, free, open source library?

  • Is some of you watching this?

  • Maybe cannot support the project financially, and that's totally fine.

  • That's great.

  • That's what it's here for.

  • But if you can or you know somebody Canada, there's a way that you could contribute or advocate for it in some capacity.

  • I would encourage you to donate.

  • And so I want to draw your attention to this other article by Dorothy Santos, who is the project manager of the process of sorry, program manager of the processing foundation, and, um um, and we are running a fund raiser for like a month.

  • I don't know.

  • All the information is in this article written by Dorothy.

  • You'll notice something here that might look familiar to you.

  • I don't know.

  • Maybe you've seen Maura Rose It's sort of like a little booklet or veen.

  • This looks like something that you might have seen on the coding train.

  • It's because as part of the fundraiser, there are okay.

  • No, I don't need to be interrupted.

  • There are rewards.

  • Rewards from Thistle is work by the artist Maya Man thes air Raizo prints that you can get as part of your donation.

  • Kate Hollenbach and I'm going to scroll down and find Saskia Fricka.

  • She's told me how to pronounce her name.

  • I'm not drawing little bit of a blank right now, but I think it's for these.

  • I love I love all of you, but I I have, ah, affinity to these kinds of geometric patterns that are created with processing and P five jazz and other.

  • But Sy, who is the coding train community manager who many of you may have come across in your communications with, uh, things around this channel of has been working very hard on a coating train zine.

  • So as of now, this is exclusive thio donations to the processing foundation.

  • I will share all the code, and all the images in here are part of things that have been on the channel.

  • So But if you are interested, this is something that I am working on producing and could be part of a reward.

  • With the donation, I will also be doing my annual processing fun Livestream fundraiser, Holiday fund raiser Not tune, playing a ukulele and making a fool of myself singing holiday songs with coding themed lyrics.

  • I will be doing that next week, probably a week from today.

  • That's the daytime targeting.

  • I haven't a scheduled yet, but we next Thursday or Friday or Wednesday.

  • Yeah, I can't do it after the 20th.

  • Be away.

  • So that's my plan.

  • So, actually, speaking of which, um, I need a maybe, um, I don't know if Violet is watching.

  • Violet has been working on helping to maintain a lot of the community contributions and get hub repose associated with the coding train.

  • They're doing their thing.

  • So I'm so grateful for their help with this.

  • Um, and if I go to get hob dot com slash coding train, I'm trying to think like, where?

  • Where, where can you submit?

  • Did I do like, um let's see holiday.

  • I feel like there was a repo last year for this having trouble remembering.

  • Let's look, wait.

  • I can type in here holiday holiday songs.

  • Okay, we could just use this still.

  • So I had a book of, like, holiday ukulele songs, which were the songs that I had cords for that I could play.

  • Um, I saw a YouTube tutorial about how to play Last is a cold last Christmas that the song I don't know about this Christmas thing.

  • I never I was not Somebody who celebrated Christmas is a child You can make your inferences to What sort of winter themed holidays that I my family celebrated Hanukkah?

  • No, I'm dancing around the hot aka Bush Dad and, uh but, um but I love I have, ah, love for holiday music as embarrassing as that might be.

  • And so if you have some, uh, songs you want to write the lyrics for provide me ukulele cords for or ah, backing track.

  • I will play back B three backing track.

  • Even you can submit that to this repo.

  • Please.

  • I encourage you contribute to my time of making a fool of myself next week.

  • Okay?

  • Um, no.

  • So I've talked about the processing foundation.

  • I have talked.

  • I think dash lane.

  • Um uh, one other thing I want to mention Let's go to theirs.

  • There might be other things I want to mention, but in my update on what's happening in the world with coded radio two things I want to mention eso I One thing that I did recently, um, I gonna be able to find this, Uh, okay, I'm looking for Here we go.

  • Um, so, um, I recently had was lucky enough to have my Beginner's Guide to machine Learning playlist converted to a YouTube learning playlist.

  • This is a new feature, and if it's out of beta, are still in beta.

  • But this is a new feature within the last come with us launch.

  • But sometime in the last year, which is allows for a little bit of extra organization of video content on YouTube in, uh, um with more of, like, a syllabus style, if you will organization.

  • So I just want to like, a lot of there's nothing There's not well, there.

  • There's some pretty new content here because, um, from these videos just came out within the last week.

  • But what this is looks is, uh, I wasn't collected.

  • All of the videos where I'm using the Ml five Jess Library, including my introduction to the library, the image classifications, videos, the transfer, learning videos.

  • This is a little bit of an aside, but useful.

  • The cannon classifications videos.

  • That teacher will machine videos, the train, your own neural network videos, which is what I'm actually continuing today.

  • They'll go in a new section, probably called pose.

  • Pose is working with poses under would be called.

  • And then I had a few different videos which touched on audio.

  • So they're here.

  • So, you know, if you are looking to sort of find and go through somewhat sequentially, all of the JavaScript machine learning videos I have, they're here now.

  • That's to say it's not actually all of the jobs secret machine learning videos I have because there are a ton of them.

  • If you whoops.

  • No, no, go.

  • Come back whom I logged in as I don't even know what's going on.

  • Sleeping toe.

  • Can you hear that?

  • You cannot Hold on, everybody.

  • We're gonna have a little like random number.

  • Ass M R.

  • No.

  • No, we're not.

  • We're not.

  • I got to keep moving here.

  • We come back to that later um, great channel here, by the way.

  • Every day.

  • I should check out every day.

  • I, um what am I looking for?

  • My home.

  • My channel?

  • What's going on?

  • Your channel.

  • When I logged in as No, I'm, uh I'm somebody else with no channel.

  • I have too many Google Loggins.

  • It's such a problem.

  • Thistles.

  • My Daniel at the coding train dot com log in which you think would be the owner of my channel.

  • It's not.

  • Someday I'll figure that out.

  • Dark theme is on, uh, two.

  • Uh, this is a log, and I only use for logging And during my lifestream.

  • So who knows what I'm subscribed to or what is recommending?

  • But how?

  • How Why do I not see the sidebar away?

  • I do this.

  • There we go.

  • Oh, no.

  • I've saved this, I guess.

  • Oh, no.

  • That's what I'm looking for.

  • Oh, this is the worst.

  • What I was saying is I have a lot of other videos on neural networks and machine learning, but, um thank you, David.

  • I will mention that there's a lot of other videos, that machine learning.

  • They're a bit lower level and deal with a little bit.

  • And python but mostly like programming, a neural network from scratch and some other background math and that sort of thing.

  • So, uh, okay, by the way this spring, I only just take your temperature on this.

  • I'm not going to a pole, and I'm gonna anything scientific here.

  • But I am thinking of redoing this entire series, which was recorded.

  • Let's see, let's look at one of these, like vector videos.

  • First of all, look how different I look.

  • I mean, do you see any gray hair?

  • Where's those stripes?

  • In the beard?

  • They're gone.

  • So this was recorded quite some time ago.

  • It was published on YouTube in 2015 but I think I even recorded these before that.

  • So it's 2025 years later.

  • I am thinking of redoing all of these videos, um, in Java script, along with writing, updating the nature of code book So that saying that would excite you let me know, uh, everyday I ke Wickman, That is correct, Onda again, if I apologize for this for those of you in the member selection, if you could remove the previous I could </