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  • Oh, my.

  • In my life, I think that's the first ever live stream, at least on YouTube.

  • So bear with me now.

  • This is gonna be a little trial period.

  • I mean, most y'all only got, like, what, 45 minutes of notice?

  • But I do want to talk about one thing in particular other than internals questions.

  • And that is the title of the video of the Lifestream, which is I don't understand my own code, but we'll get to that in a second.

  • What is that guy's a Brian I Drees sua gamey, cold shot.

  • Colin.

  • Gee, Jack.

  • Adam, What's up, guys?

  • Good to see you, but I want to talk about I understand my own co because there are a few videos I don't want to make.

  • Similar to my first program, every code of video.

  • We're basically I went back to the first program ever code, and I wanted to kind of look into basically the program as a whole.

  • And I told you guys about the artificial still intelligence programs that I had going on, and with that, I was going into my old get have repositories where some of those, or, like, connect four sudoku and things of that nature.

  • But I kind of don't remember a lot of what I coded.

  • So that's where the whole I don't understand.

  • My own code comes from What did I mispronounce your name?

  • I did raise.

  • Sorry.

  • Give Liza website for yourself.

  • Walk through.

  • In all honesty, the very first video on this channel.

  • It's similar to like what I would consider my own website, but it's really just a template that I felt in.

  • Other than that, I would just use a basic template website in order to go in and fill out any portfolio or whatever.

  • Yeah, I do want to do some artificial intelligence videos, Jack.

  • I just need to essentially take a step back and go further into what I did in those programs instead of trying to go in and looking at it for the first time in a year.

  • Because in my previous video, what I did was I was the first time I seen that my first program ever coated and 345 years.

  • And that's what I want to do with my artificial intelligence programs with.

  • Since my memory didn't serve me well, I've been going back and kind of studying that and really understanding what I did in those programs.

  • And I'm gonna make a video going over exactly what I did in those programs.

  • So it does appear that I am live shooting.

  • You gain weight.

  • Did you start, Jim?

  • I don't know.

  • I think I think it's the camera.

  • I think my other camera makes me look like skinnier.

  • The way the wide screen isn't one, not, I don't know, but I have.

  • I'm trying to get into the gym lately.

  • I'm trying to beat the whole Ah, New Year new me rush, because in January, the gym is hectic.

  • I'm trying to get back up to my old weight, which is, like £20 more than I'm sitting at now.

  • What's up, Angie?

  • How's it going?

  • Can you code right now and all I'm saying I'm using the YouTube livestream feature.

  • I'm not even streaming through O.

  • B s, which is what I would normally stream through, like over on twitch or something.

  • So I don't even think I can display my screen.

  • Plus, I don't know how people code in really like this is hectic enough like I'm kind of anxious to be sitting here life showing a hernia.

  • So, like actually coding in front of all, I feel like I wouldn't be able to interact with anyone, let alone even focus on what I'm trying to code.

  • So I don't know how people pull it off with streaming their coding sessions, But kudos to those people.

  • I'm not one of them, I said.

  • Which would you recommend computer science or computer information technology?

  • Information systems?

  • It really just depends what you want to go into if you want to be more so programming a lot of stuff.

  • Or if you want to be working on computer science theory and data science and that type of work, then I would definitely recommend computer science.

  • But if you want to go into, like, what is the known as traditional I t work then I would say Go with the computer information technology based on what my friends have told me.

  • That is a little bit easier.

  • And if you're going for that particular career path, that probably be wiser choice to take the easier route.

  • But you're still learned a lot.

  • Don't get me wrong.

  • Is creamy TV a cybersecurity and ethical hacking hard.

  • Yeah, as far as I know, I'm no professional, but I've done my fair share of looking around in that realm and seems pretty hard.

  • You're writing a lot of scripts, a lot of code, or you could be a script kiddie, which some people do that you know that Look into penetration, testing.

  • That's something that I was actually considering going into until I realized, like, I don't really know if I want to be on the security side of things.

  • But if you look into penetration testing and I'm sure you to me or some other sites have courses on ethical hacking, you'll learn a little bit more about it.

  • Quantum computing sounds interesting.

  • Yet does I actually saw this one video?

  • I think I don't remember what channel or company uploaded.

  • It was basically saying, uh, explaining quantum physics and quantum computing to like beginners, average people, professionals so on and so forth was very informative, going through all of the different iterations.

  • How you can explain quantum computing to some people.

  • Why don't you like Web development?

  • You know, honesty.

  • I've been liking what development a lot more lately.

  • I think it was just the fact that I couldn't really dive into something without thinking I'm missing out on something else.

  • For example, if I wanted to work on something with the lamp stack, What if I thought you know the mean Stack would be better for what I did, and I just kind of was fiddling around with all these different technologies instead of focusing on one.

  • That's kind of why I went.

  • I was Development Route Swift was the language.

  • X Code is the the idea, and the APP store is the distribution platform.

  • So in terms of Web development, I was just kind of lost when I was first entering it.

  • But now that I've done actually a lot of weird development at work, I'm liking it.

  • Oscar, how do you feel about a degree?

  • Focus on mobile app development.

  • If that's what you want to get into than I guess that's what you should emphasize your degree.

  • And is it like an emphasis within computer science or within, like a software development, agree, or is that like the actual degree mobile out development?

  • Never heard of it, but I know my emphasis was in machine learning and app development, which a lot of which was mobile app development.

  • So it's kind of what I did.

  • I'm a beginner class in computer science, very cool man, Very cool.

  • This game development require a lot of code, And can you get reasonable jobs with it?

  • I would say you get reasonable jobs with it.

  • As many you'll know I'm located, like in Virginia Beach, Virginia, which isn't too far away from Cary, North Carolina.

  • And that is where Epicgames is located.

  • And what's cool about at the games or any type of game development is that a lot of what you do.

  • There's already an engine out there.

  • Instead of building everything from scratch, you can use something like the UN riel engine, which is epicgames engine.

  • Or you can use something like, uh, unity, which is the more known the more typical game development engine that someone can use.

  • And it makes things a lot easier for you.

  • Have you ever used Adobe Dream Weaver?

  • No, I've heard of it.

  • Isn't that like the kind like a Web blood design app by Dobie or something like that?

  • I don't know.

  • Maybe I'm way wrong.

  • What I know.

  • Yes.

  • Don't reinvent the wheel I'm assuming that's about the game development.

  • Yeah.

  • Could you get an entry level Web development job with self taught?

  • HTML CSS JavaScript.

  • Jake Weary even without a degree.

  • Yeah, I mean, people have before.

  • The thing is, when you don't have a degree, you need something to show for your work.

  • Even when you do have a degree, you need to show off your work with sometimes portfolio.

  • The main way to do that is to have a getup account and have all of your projects on there.

  • Of course, if you have live websites outs, even better.

  • But who wants to host like five websites for a portfolio?

  • You can go on get up pages, which I think you're only allowed to have one for free, at least is a student not 100% sure how that works.

  • But you can essentially do free hosting through get her pages so you can essentially hold that as your own portfolio website.

  • If you want to expand further than just having your coat on, get hub.

  • Are you still working on your own Iowa Sep That is really been put on the back burner sky and mainly because the way I separate.

  • My days is at work.

  • You know, I'm at work 89 10 hours a day if you include the commute, and that is a lot of programming.

  • A lot of typical software engineer software development work.

  • They want to come home.

  • I split it up into spending time with my family, which is my wife and my dog.

  • And if I want to see my brother's in my parents, of course, and then it has to do with YouTube and whatever other side projects I have going on.

  • And in all honesty, I'd rather be making YouTube videos Van working on the IOS application.

  • I know that sounds bad, but I am working on this.

  • Ah, I don't know if I want to call it transformation, but I am working on this new series on YouTube.

  • Actually, it's like a log.

  • Siri's where I wanted essentially dedicate three days, one hour a day for roughly three days a week, similar to what you would do on a workout.

  • You work out one hour day, 3 to 5 days, right?

  • Why don't I have a schedule like that with coding for my own personal projects, and that's kind of what I want to get into, and I want to track my progress with whatever I'm working on, whether that be the stock trading algorithm, which I am working on, or the IOC application, which, like I said, it's kind of on the back burner, and that's just kind of where I need to go on from here on out.

  • And one other reason why the IOC application has isn't really my priority is because I wouldn't want to form a business around this Iost application and working 40 plus hours a week as a software engineer, plus doing on my YouTube work, I don't think I would have enough time to spend maintaining that application and doing all the marketing and essentially treating that is the whole entire started in and of itself.

  • So that's one of the main reasons.

  • Did you initially have any trouble finding work on the East Coast?

  • Asks Austin.

  • No, not really.

  • In all honesty, in terms of computer science work, I found two or 32 internships when I was in college as a computer science student.

  • One was at Norfolk Southern.

  • The other one was at NASA Langley, but it was actually through a contracting company, which I've mentioned in previous videos called S s Say I you could see that all of my lengthen it's not like it's a secret or anything.

  • And those were fairly easy to find.

  • I've mentioned those how I found those in previous videos, but this current job that I have now, I was hooked up to the owner of the company at which I work from a fellow co worker from when I had my internship at Norfolk Southern.

  • So I kind of fell into it, If you will.

  • Have you been on the deep Web, such as tour?

  • Yes, I've devil it around with tour.

  • No, I haven't really down into the deep Web.

  • I don't really care to.

  • In all honesty, that's that's There's some dark stuff in there.

  • You know, Migo says, How did you study or practice code while in school?

  • I don't know.

  • You could see a lot of it like previous on my channel, my idea of journey.

  • All of that was during school, where I took an online course.

  • Basically, it was a, you know, me course and basically taught myself I was development using that course, and other resource is that I found online alongside doing some of my, uh, my computer science work.

  • What was the worst?

  • A semester of my life, if you will, Was when I was learning I was development.

  • I was making YouTube videos.

  • I was going to school full time.

  • Plus, I was doing that internship at Norfolk Southern full time when I mean full time.

  • I mean, I was working 8 to 5 every single day, commuting roughly an hour in total a day.

  • So that was 10 hours out of my day.