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Breathing Code conference, 4-5th May 2015, Frankfurt

Breathing Code is a new conference running in Frankfurt on the 5th May 2015, with evening event the night before. It brings together those interested in live coding with coding live, which is where the code might not be interpreted on the

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Breathing Code conference, 4-5th May 2015, Frankfurt

Breathing Code is a new conference running in Frankfurt on the 5th May 2015, with evening event the night before. It brings together those interested in live coding with coding live, which is where the code might not be interpreted on the

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Take an instruction for a walk

Inspired by Paul Klee’s conception of drawing as taking a line for a walk, David Littler has a nice online project “A Consequential Calendar for the Curious – taking an instruction for a walk.” It is based on the game of consequences,

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Take an instruction for a walk

Inspired by Paul Klee’s conception of drawing as taking a line for a walk, David Littler has a nice online project “A Consequential Calendar for the Curious – taking an instruction for a walk.” It is based on the game of consequences,

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Cambridge (UK) Live Coding Music Co-op

Cambridge is where Sonic PI (and indeed the Raspberry Pi) come from, and has a history of live coding research. Pam Burnard, education researcher, is convening the new “Live Coding Music Co-op” (LCMC) there with the first meeting on the 6th October

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Cambridge (UK) Live Coding Music Co-op

Cambridge is where Sonic PI (and indeed the Raspberry Pi) come from, and has a history of live coding research. Pam Burnard, education researcher, is convening the new “Live Coding Music Co-op” (LCMC) there with the first meeting on the 6th October

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International Conference on Live Interfaces 2014

The second edition of the biannual International Conference on Live Interfaces is taking place in Lisbon, Portugal in November 2014. This edition is titled INTER-FACE and as with the previous conference brings together a cross-disciplinary perspective on live, technology-mediated interaction in performance. The first edition

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International Conference on Live Interfaces 2014

The second edition of the biannual International Conference on Live Interfaces is taking place in Lisbon, Portugal in November 2014. This edition is titled INTER-FACE and as with the previous conference brings together a cross-disciplinary perspective on live, technology-mediated interaction in performance. The first edition

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Sound and Music supports a series of TOPLAP live coding events

  We’re really happy to have the support of Sound and Music, the UK national agency for new music, to curate some live coding events during the next year. Some of these will likely run alongside the AHRC funded Live

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Sound and Music supports a series of TOPLAP live coding events

  We’re really happy to have the support of Sound and Music, the UK national agency for new music, to curate some live coding events during the next year. Some of these will likely run alongside the AHRC funded Live

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Dagstuhl seminar report: Collaboration and Learning through Live Coding

Documenting a largely unstructured seminar as a report, where each session was organised “just-in-time” and a lot of discussion happened quite late at night, is quite a difficult task. However, Jochen Arne Otto has done a really great job as editor,

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Dagstuhl seminar report: Collaboration and Learning through Live Coding

Documenting a largely unstructured seminar as a report, where each session was organised “just-in-time” and a lot of discussion happened quite late at night, is quite a difficult task. However, Jochen Arne Otto has done a really great job as editor,

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Live Coding session at the 5th World Music Forum

The International Music Council’s 5th World Forum of Music was held last week (November 21-24, 2013) at the Queensland Conservatorium in Brisbane, Australia. Amongst many sessions on music and its future was a performance and discussion about Live Coding lead

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Live Coding session at the 5th World Music Forum

The International Music Council’s 5th World Forum of Music was held last week (November 21-24, 2013) at the Queensland Conservatorium in Brisbane, Australia. Amongst many sessions on music and its future was a performance and discussion about Live Coding lead

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Benoit and the Mandelbrots on the big stage

Benoit and the Mandelbrots had a rather busy June, including playing at Stadtgeburtstag @ Schlosspark in Karlsruhe, with a big sound and huge projection – enjoy the above video for some stunning excerpts.

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Benoit and the Mandelbrots on the big stage

Benoit and the Mandelbrots had a rather busy June, including playing at Stadtgeburtstag @ Schlosspark in Karlsruhe, with a big sound and huge projection – enjoy the above video for some stunning excerpts.

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From around the web

It’s nice to search twitter for “live coding“, and get a taste of what’s happening around the fringes. This has turned up some really interesting things lately: A thoughtful position statement for the LIVE workshop by Jonathan Edwards called “Time is

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From around the web

It’s nice to search twitter for “live coding“, and get a taste of what’s happening around the fringes. This has turned up some really interesting things lately: A thoughtful position statement for the LIVE workshop by Jonathan Edwards called “Time is

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The holy grail of conference talks

  As a search on twitter will reveal, live coding is becoming increasingly popular in conference talks. Here at TOPLAP we’ve been mostly concerned with live programming languages for music and video performance, but the same principles apply to conference

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The holy grail of conference talks

  As a search on twitter will reveal, live coding is becoming increasingly popular in conference talks. Here at TOPLAP we’ve been mostly concerned with live programming languages for music and video performance, but the same principles apply to conference

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