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  • Good morning.

  • A quick sound year Looking at audio room.

  • Good morning.

  • Happy cutting train day.

  • It is me, Dan.

  • I was like, taken back by the fact that I had to start.

  • I thought I had another 30 seconds.

  • Um, there there's a lot to say, probably as there often is on.

  • And I'm, you know, while you are watching the coating train.

  • Perhaps at this point that you just be called the nature of cocaine trade.

  • Because I am just still slogging through making Theo examples in the nature of code book.

  • And that's what I'll be continuing today.

  • Do you have some ideas for things in the next few weeks?

  • A month or two, where I will hopefully take a break from nature of code.

  • But I would like Thio by June and kind of get through the entire book.

  • We'll see if that happens.

  • But before I do any of that at all, I have to test something you might I don't know if you noticed something slightly different about me and No, no, not the haircut.

  • There can I had last week.

  • Same haircut.

  • No, not this sweater that I don't think I've ever warned.

  • before, Although have worn this shirt, it's something else I will.

  • I will wait for a few minutes to see if anybody can notice something else.

  • That's maybe a little on while I'm waiting.

  • I will take a brief moment to thank the sponsor of today's coating train.

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  • The chat already everything?

  • Yes, yes, new glasses, but not just new frames, which hopefully you oh blue reflect.

  • Okay, so that's interesting.

  • Let me address that.

  • So the lenses are really what I'm here to discuss because something quite big changed, Which is these air progressives.

  • I've been having a lot of trouble reading, really for the last year or two, and I would have to take my glasses off to read.

  • And so the options as I understand them.

  • What?

  • Besides all sorts of like laser eye surgery options, Uh, were thio.

  • Just get a second pair of glasses so I would switch if I'm going to read.

  • But that's sort of silly because I could just take them off to read, which I've just fine doing.

  • Um, that was that.

  • Well, the other option was just do nothing.

  • But the third option was get progressive, which I now have, and I have to say, I mean, I've only had them for think I got them on Tuesday.

  • So I mean, like, for about 48 hours in, and I'm having quite a difficult time with them if I'm being perfectly honest, although I'm much more used to them today than I was yesterday or the day before, But I know of anybody watching were also young and youthful with your excellent eyesight.

  • Just wait.

  • Just wait until you get to be me and you need these What I wouldn't really rises your because of the way the lenses progress for distance and reading.

  • There's some distortion on the sides.

  • We're gonna create that progression.

  • And so it's My peripheral vision is less.

  • It has a smaller cone vocal.

  • What's the thing?

  • Flash frustrate.

  • My frustrating of kitchen is smaller, but the good news is I mean oh, for you the viewing audience.

  • Because I know your favorite part is me reading random numbers.

  • I'm looking at the chat here, Um, and this I could just do so easily.

  • Now reading is quite phenomenal and I wasn't really able to before.

  • So we're gonna do a reading of the ceremonial reading of the random numbers with my new progressive lenders and people had mentioned there's a blue, um and so I did get I did.

  • I don't know.

  • Maybe this is silly, but I did get the blue light filter in them, which, hopefully is not going to be too distracter caused, like, weird reflection in me making these videos.

  • But we'll find out field of you.

  • Thank you.

  • I have a problem.

  • I can't remember words anymore.

  • I think it's related to the fact that I did present lenses.

  • It's get stuffs all going downhill may go watch my always say, like all those videos are so old, they're out of date.

  • I think I had was like I was much more with it Then you go back to the old nature of code videos.

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  • Okay.

  • Thank you.

  • That's useful to know.

  • That's a Oh, my goodness.

  • It certainly is sorry about that.

  • No wonder everything seemed off.

  • Uh, sorry about that.

  • I'm fixing.

  • Why is blue filter useless?

  • No, I think it is useful.

  • I'm just Sometimes I what wonder?

  • Like, what's this?

  • What's the real science behind blue light filtering and what studies have been done?

  • And how effective is it?

  • How bad is blue light?

  • How effective is the filtering.

  • But you know, And you know, one thing that I try to do is you know, I really get myself like I should give myself, like, eight PM limit, but nine PM I try after 9 p.m. I try to look at no phone, no screens, nothing.

  • I'm watching a movie or whatever, but, um and I don't want the fact that I have a blue light feel sort of Give me an excuse if you like.

  • Oh, now it's 10 o'clock at night.

  • I could play Pokemon.

  • Go on my phone.

  • Not that that's what I play.

  • I don't play that No, that's like That's like, so two years ago.

  • And, you know, people in their forties don't play that anyway.

  • So why why would I be playing that?

  • No, definitely not.

  • Not like trying to get to level 40 or anything.

  • And I don't have like, yeah.

  • No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

  • That's somebody else.

  • It's 8 p.m. Here coincidently.

  • Yes, Sri on.

  • Turn this off.

  • You've got to get to sleep soon.

  • The blue light emanating.

  • It's not worth it.

  • The coding train is not worth it will be here tomorrow morning when you wake up and our friends, um I do use night shift.

  • Yes, I d'oh ideas nightshift Lucas, asking to use the night shift also used that which I quite enjoy it.

  • All right, I would like to get into it pretty quickly.

  • I'm ah, there's a little less of the hijinks these days on the coding train because I'm trying to I'm trying to be a serious teacher of content.

  • I'll be here till around noon.

  • Um, and that's that.

  • Let's see, what other kind of host, like my screen is like, distorted, especially Look, from left to right.

  • It's like a waving, bubbly thing.

  • Okay, but I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna be fine.

  • All right, Let's open up the chrome browser.

  • Um uh and let me just mention one thing.

  • Um, I I'm really not mentioning this to ask anyone to buy anything or spend any money.

  • I just want to let you know what's going on.

  • Because some people have asked the coding train hoodies have hit the minimum number of orders to get made, so they will be on the way.

  • Nobody needs to buy any more, but I just wanted to mention that if you were interested.

  • I think maybe tomorrow I'm going to say, Hey, go ahead.

  • That's enough orders.

  • Send them to the goody maker.

  • Uhm And so I don't know that you'll be able to order them anymore after tomorrow.

  • So if you were interested in getting a hook quoting trade Hoody, I mean, hopefully we can put them up for sale again, or make them or make T shirts or something new next time.

  • But they do these air being done in limited runs in terms of how they're being made in the quality.

  • So if you were interested in one of those, um, now you're letting your last chance.

  • Um, okay, also, by the way, I put one of these mugs in the dishwasher here at work, and it got a little faded.

  • So if you have one of the mugs, he hand wash it and wash it.

  • Does anybody have one of these?

  • I don't have one of these.

  • If you have one of these, could you send me a picture of it or something sent to me on Twitter?

  • Social media, whatever discord joined the discord.

  • That's the other thing that I would like to mention the discord has been as far as I'm concerned.

  • A big success don't success is the right word, but has been really productive in that.

  • It's I don't know where to tell people to go to get help specifically related to the content of my videos.

  • There's lots of places on the Internet to get code help.

  • Some are, you know, they all have their pros and cons, and they're sort of vibes and different strokes for different folks.

  • The processing forum discourse, uh, discourse.

  • It's confusing is not discord, but discourse.

  • Start processing dot org's is a really excellent place to ask questions about processing and p five jest specifically on.

  • I would say there's a lot of crossover between the coding train community and the processing discourse, but if you want to engage with getting help from the, you know, laser focused coding train passengers, then the discord is the place for you to do that.

  • And if somebody I know that I saw Kobe's name pop up in the chat is composed, a link to joining the discourse, the discord in the in the YouTube shot, that would be helpful.

  • Um, now I also wanted to mention a couple of things.

  • Google Summer of Code.

  • Um, I think this will get me to the site.

  • I can't remember if I mentioned this or not, but the organizations have been announced.

  • Yeah, because this was announced before.

  • I probably did this last week, but Google Summer of code is a program that I participate in as part of the processing Foundation.

  • But there are over 200 I think.

  • Whoa!

  • Oh, no.

  • Over 686 over, however many years.

  • But there are a large number of other open source organizations that participate as mentoring organizations for Google Summer of Code.

  • And you, if you're a student, you have to be a student.

  • Unfortunately, or fortunately, you can apply to work with collaborate with making open source contribution to one of those projects over the summer and get paid a stipend.

  • So again, I'm not an official representative of Google or Google Summer of code.

  • All of the administration and application process and eligibility is handled through them.

  • I'm just here because it's a program that I participate in as a mentor and would love Thio encourage you to apply if it's something that interests you.

  • And to the extent that I can help with that or we can maybe we can open a discord channel for people who are questions about that.

  • That's something that I would be open to.

  • Thank you, Kobe, for posting the discord invite.

  • I should probably get a button like I have one button on my stream deck when I press it it both to two into the chat.

  • You know, I should maybe make one.

  • I need to get this stream deck with the with more buttons.

  • I need more buttons.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I just want I just feel like a giant panel of buttons.

  • That's my dream.

  • Um, all right, so that's that nature of code is what I'm gonna be doing that with other things I shouldn't make a list of you would be so helpful if I've just made a list of things that I wanted to mention as opposed to just try to remember them while I'm live streaming.

  • Just think about this for a moment.

  • Yeah, I thought of it.

  • All right.

  • So there's two things up and coming on this channel that are unrelated to the nature of code Well, everything's kind of related nature of code.

  • One is March 14th is Pi Day.

  • And traditionally I've tried to do something special to mark the occasion.

  • I will be I'm not available to live stream on Pi day, so I'm probably going to prepare something in advance to really be released on Pi Day.

  • But I don't have any idea what to d'oh.

  • So, um, if if, um you know, certainly I'll take suggestions in the discord, But right now, for better or worse, the system is a get hub Repo where you can if you have a suggestion for a top.

  • Oh, no.

  • Whoa, whoa, whoa.

  • Hold the presses.

  • We have a new member Ho's day.

  • He Oh, welcome for your membership.

  • Could train.

  • You have one random number, and that number is 94,000 544.

  • You are the sole owner.

  • I mean, I don't think we're ever gonna get to a 1,000,000 members.

  • That would be kind of nuts.

  • I will just ride off into the sunset if that happens.

  • Um, and thank you.

  • By the way, if you don't know, uh, let me see if I can find, um I'm gonna do this?

  • Um, I'm looking for There we go.

  • Perfect.

  • That's what I'm looking for if you're not aware.

  • And I'm sorry if you don't want me to be plugging this, it's too late for you.

  • You put this on the internet, I get the blood get without your permission.

  • Um, uh, Jose teaches a course called Interaction of Computational Design, and it seems like it's at Harvard, and all of the lectures are all online in this playlist.

  • Is this a learning playlist, or is it just a regular playlist?

  • You should get access to the learning playlist.

  • If it's not, it looks like a learning playlist.

  • So, um, check.

  • Uh, check this out.

  • Welcome.

  • Thank you.

  • Hello.

  • I was talking about something, huh?

  • Hi, day.

  • So back to this.

  • So if I go to a label, you won't be able to add your own label.

  • But I encourage you to file your issue with your suggestion, and then I will, or somebody else will add it.

  • But I'm just gonna see what's there right now.

  • So, um well, hi.

  • Day 2020.

  • Let's see, there's every year.

  • So you look at this every year, Dan does a couple cool.

  • Yes, thank you.

  • I am, As my kids tell me.

  • Very cool.

  • I'm the cool dad.

  • Definitely Every year tantas a couple cool coding challenges related to calculating, visualizing or using pi This year would be a good time to start a pipe.

  • Flint's No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

  • You can really make last year's pi Day challenges and fight on.

  • And also explained python today it is a really nice idea.

  • Dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee.

  • Um um But, um, I'm not sure that that's gonna fit with my schedule and figure, but there's there's something there, um you know, actually, at my son's school not to keep talking about my kids today, but they're always on my mind.