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I wonder if there would be any interest in an "over the shoulder" twitch streaming of a bit of '2600 programming. For those who don't know how the process goes, just me and my editor doing a bit of work on Sokoban. I don't expect any interest but there would be no real drama having it running every now and then. 

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What would you stream? The computer or your face? 😁

 

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Yeah in science and technology there really isn't any 2600 programming that i have seen. I streamed a couple of times with batari basic but didn't net much interest.

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31 minutes ago, Thomas Jentzsch said:

What would you stream? The computer or your face? 😁

 

The screen with a voiceover commentary of me swearing.

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27 minutes ago, bikeguychicago said:

It might be more helpful to create some walk through videos of the process and posting them on a YouTube or Udemy.

Probably. Too much work; can't be stuffed!

 

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10 hours ago, Andrew Davie said:

The screen with a voiceover commentary of me swearing.

I'd watch. I streamed myself coding my Mallard Season game, but as there was little interest I discontinued it.

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I'd be interested in any retro coding streams but I might not be around when its live due to time differences / work / vermin (children).

 

I would do it myself but I'm not competent enough yet in anything homebrew related.

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If it's really for n00bs I might watch it. I have no experience in 6502 or Atari coding, so I need to start at zero. Maybe even showing how to setup the toolset. 

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On 7/21/2019 at 9:26 AM, bikeguychicago said:

It might be more helpful to create some walk through videos of the process and posting them on a YouTube or Udemy.

Someone already did this and I can vouch for the quality of the content. In fact I actually ended up using some parts of the code for my own game.

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