Ali Ghali
@alighali85
subscriped :)
Hello Guys I think from now and on you will see me more around :)
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
@wiroger9595 Yep, the last set for mobile app it soundless. Did just the videos. I will check for 4:47
@alighali85 Very happy to see you here. Hope you enjoy the ride...
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
@ninabreznik me too "
:smile:
thanks Nina :)
lyyfeb707
@lyyfeb707
Hello
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
@lyyfeb707 Hey hey, welcome :) Please, ask if you need help with anything :)
lyyfeb707
@lyyfeb707
Thanks Nina
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
@wiroger9595 Which lesson was that? 119? There is only 124 lessons :D
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Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
@/all A little fun code pen that changes shadow position based on your mouse movement
http://codepen.io/serapath/pen/MmeNom?editors=0010
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
@/all and a little demo how to play with audio and be a web VJ :-)
https://codepen.io/serapath/pen/Njwxmg?editors=0010
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
Nice ๐Ÿค–
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
i like this shadow it enhance the visuallity of the objects , and specially if it applies on just the pointer object :)
visuality its new English word i just invent hahah
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
visuality sounds great :) i'll copy that :P
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
:)
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿ˜‚ fell free
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
I just added links to Computer science theory in our Wizard Amigos List of Learning Resources
https://github.com/wizardamigosinstitute/service/blob/master/skillTree.md
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
@Ninggg interesting
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
its really reach resources, is it one of your websites! or whom opinion is it? :smile:
@ninabreznik :)
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
These are basically resources we use for our learning and the curriculum is practically built by following Nodeschool and Cyber wizard institute and top JS developers like @substack, @maxogden, @mafintosh (the pioneers of hypermodular development and P2P web :)) etc.

@alighali85 So, we are practically following what is happening on the bleeding edge of JavaScript and Node development and implementing the knowledge directly on the app and updating list with resources + creating little demos in CodePen/Github for all the learners :)

This is for example the new one from yesterday, showing how to use basic modules like BEL (or YO) and CSJS to create a simple Business Card module. Next step - build a gallery of projects for each user...
https://codepen.io/ninabreznik/pen/bWaOqb

Ali Ghali
@alighali85
you rock guys :)
i can see in this nice example the effect of Alex's idea about writing the web pages without marketing it up with HTML :)
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
@ninabreznik @serapath my question was about the guide line that you posted as say if you want to be a developer you have to read this and this book etc , was this your personal opinion or there is some references like university program on other learning map you used to write the road map ? or it wasnt your opinon but someones opinion and you shared it ? all respect in ether case :)
@ninabreznik do you still do coding Amigos (online)or here in Berlin?
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
yes coding amigos is still going on in berlin. also in taiwan (taipei) and we care currently in phuket/thailand
i personally feel, JavaScript is the most successful ecosystem, because of how require and npm work. You can easily see, that JavaScript is by far the largest programming community in human history and the fastest growing one too http://modulecounts.com (check "all time")
The main reason for this is that in JavaScript now it is easy to re-use other people's code. Instead of copy/paste code snippets, you "require modules".... like "lego blocks".
The philosophy of making tiny re-usable things, that serve one purpose as well as they can - which is also the unix/linux philosophy is at the core of node.js/JavaScript.
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath

Traditionally - programming languages are like a "planned economy" where some smart people decide about all the core libraries that people use when building software. This is a fairly limited approach.

JavaScript is the first programming language ecosystem that realizes the "market economy" approach. Zillions of programmers create code and publish it with a single npm publish command for others to re-use... that's why JavaScript is so cross-plattform and used for desktop apps, mobile apps, web apps, virtual reality, data science, visualizations, artificial intelligence/neuronal networks, bio hacking, blockchain & p2p stuff, drones, hardware, etc.... ...because all the people make stuff and publish it which make for more diversity than in traditional ecosystem and which is what you can see in http://modulecounts.com

This "philosophy" can be summarized by "hyper modular development" ...it means:

  1. making small single-purpose reusable things
  2. enables division of labor (different ppl make them)

https://opbeat.com/community/events/berlin-nodejs-community-meetup/#hypermodular-development

Ali Ghali
@alighali85
@serapath Hy Alex I am totally agree with your point about the importance of JavaScript so that I am focusing on it as Vanilla for now and after that i will focus more in React and Node.js maybe ,,, what do you think about Node vs Angular! :) the nice think in java-script that anyone can understand it in short period (but needs so much practice to master ) because of the Massive number of the programmers and everyone brings his new (idea, library, tricks) the competition is really high in the market.
Ali Ghali
@alighali85
this meet up page seems great i will try to attend it later when i fell that i can start typing my own code :)
thank you Alex @serapath
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Oo Kang Zheng
@ookangzheng
Hi everyone, I'm Edward Oo who from Malaysia. live in Taipei, Taiwan. Study Interaction Design Master program, now focus on D3js, P5js, MaxMsp
Best ~~
Alexander Praetorius
@serapath
hey :-) welcome.
how did you find out about the channel?
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Through Taipei crew, I would imagine :) Welcome @ookangzheng :)
Do you know any JavaScript already?
Oo Kang Zheng
@ookangzheng
@ninabreznik Yap, still continue learning on it. not the expert
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
Awesome. Any plans/wishes what you want to do with it? Job. Startup. Social project. Data crunching?...
@ookangzheng
Oo Kang Zheng
@ookangzheng
@ninabreznik
Iโ€™m currently working on few things below this year:
  1. Max/Msp with Myo armband and DMX Light try to build the virtual stage(main research)
  2. try WebAR project working with fashion media in Taipei
  3. learning D3js & p5js (beginner level) because I was exchange student in FH Potsdam, they created a lot of cool stuff or idea with D3 or p5, thatโ€™s why I want to learn
Nina Breznik
@ninabreznik
@ookangzheng Wow, this sounds super exciting. Do you have some demo or repo on Github where I could check more? If you will ever want to create a little demo tutorial (for example on Codepen), please do it and we can share it and later when we restructure our learning app, also include it :)