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Live coding streams recommendations?

codehakase profile image Francis Sunday ăƒ»1 min read

Hello!

I've been searching, and following up with some live coding streams on youtube and twitch, specifically targeted towards backend engineering and devops. I'd like to get your recommendations so I check them out also.

Thanks!

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Russ Hammett

Not sure if you have a specific language you're looking for, but twitch.tv/csharpfritz does a fair amount of streaming, not sure about his ratios of front end vs backend, but still I think worth checking out.

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Francis Sunday Author

Thanks Russ! Its really great

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Russ Hammett

I wanna get into this myself at some point, but I feel like I have no idea what I'm doing :P

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Kevin Lamping

I've done a few livestreams in the past, covering automated functional testing for the front-end, but haven't done anything recently. Curious to know what you look for in a live stream though... lots of interaction with audience? entertainment? or just wanting to watch someone figure code out?

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Francis Sunday Author

Oh nice! Any links to them?

I look forward to livestreams with a interactions yeah, but most importantly see how people approach and figure out stuff too.

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Kevin Lamping

My YouTube channel is at: youtube.com/user/medigerati

I mix it up between live streams and pre-recording videos. Any and all feedback is welcome!

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Tiago de Noronha

In my case I would like to learn! Being it testing, deployment or some goodies of the language itself :)

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Guillaume Martigny

The coding train is really great. The host is funny and explain everything from scratch.
It's Javascript oriented, but he's looking into all kind of problems, algorithms and visualisations.

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Anton

twitch.tv/solomakerlabs streams every day at 7 pm PST.
Streaming: Go/Golang, Ruby on Rails, Bash, JavaScript, Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, Vim.
He builds profitable businesses live on Twitch while working a full-time job.

P.S. It's me đŸ¤—

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Martin SjĂ¥stad

Not toooo long ago I started watching some of the livecoding sessions here: liveedu.tv/. They were decent

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Francis Sunday Author

Thanks Martin, checking it out!

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Ezra Mechaber

Reviving a bit of an old thread here, but Potch (twitch.tv/potch | DEV profile) on our team at Glitch does a stream every week showing off the platform and new NodeJS integrations/frameworks. It's a lot of fun, and worth checking out—would love your feeback!

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libre

Hi, I have a fast growing live coding channel on Twitch, I stream everyday. I make a video game, a MMO running on JavaScript with some TypeScript, React.js and React Native flavour. The back end is written in Node.js structured as micro services.
I use some Grafana stuff for collecting metrics, flagr for AB testing, redis and postgresQL to persist the data.
Feel free to come say hi on twitch.tv/fr33maan!

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Simon Wierzchowski

We don't cover Backend yet but we're live streaming about React and React Native a lot!
Our YT channel is: youtube.com/channel/UCHpSnIBS4s3wz...

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Theofanis Despoudis

I will probably have something on the menu for that soon. It's on a planning process for now.

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Stefan Melbinger

I don't know any but I'd be grateful to hear about your own recommendations!

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kshilov

This guy is awesome: twitch.tv/dirtycoding

He streams real (commercial) project process on python.

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