Newcastle+Gateshead activities

This weekend (26-27th April 2014), the 10K+ attendees to the UK’s national maker faire in Newcastle will be able to visit the TOPLAP and stand chat with some fine live coders; Holger Ballweg (of Benoit and the Mandelbrots), Shelly Knotts (of BiLE), Chad McKinney (of Glitch

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Newcastle+Gateshead activities

This weekend (26-27th April 2014), the 10K+ attendees to the UK’s national maker faire in Newcastle will be able to visit the TOPLAP and stand chat with some fine live coders; Holger Ballweg (of Benoit and the Mandelbrots), Shelly Knotts (of BiLE), Chad McKinney (of Glitch

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Functional programming and the FARM workshop

Functional programming techniques, where functions are passed around as values forming “higher-order” structures, has traditionally been seen as a fringe activity. It has become increasingly popular amongst programmers in the past few years though, and is commonplace amongst live coders. For example the extempore, fluxus,

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Functional programming and the FARM workshop

Functional programming techniques, where functions are passed around as values forming “higher-order” structures, has traditionally been seen as a fringe activity. It has become increasingly popular amongst programmers in the past few years though, and is commonplace amongst live coders. For example the extempore, fluxus,

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FIBER+STEIM write-up and Marcel Wierckx keynote transcript

The FIBER+STEIM Algorave and live code weekend is sadly over, it was masses of fun. There is a great writeup here, including a short video by the FIBER crew, embedded below: The weekend included some talks on the Sunday, and

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FIBER+STEIM write-up and Marcel Wierckx keynote transcript

The FIBER+STEIM Algorave and live code weekend is sadly over, it was masses of fun. There is a great writeup here, including a short video by the FIBER crew, embedded below: The weekend included some talks on the Sunday, and

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Live coding socials

Perhaps live coding of music really only becomes actual music when communities form around it. Suddenly, three live coding related meetup groups are starting up: The Live Coding Conspiracy, Berlin “Live coding, music, graphics, dance, fabric and everything. Goal: To discover

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Live coding socials

Perhaps live coding of music really only becomes actual music when communities form around it. Suddenly, three live coding related meetup groups are starting up: The Live Coding Conspiracy, Berlin “Live coding, music, graphics, dance, fabric and everything. Goal: To discover

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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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FIBER+STEIM Algorave + live coding weekend, March 21-23

It’s all happening in Amsterdam this coming weekend, thanks to a collaboration between FIBER and STEIM, and the Coded Matter(s) series of events. Friday 21st March – Introductory algorave live coding with supercollider workshop in STEIM, lead by Roald van Dillewijn, Tijs Ham and

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FIBER+STEIM Algorave + live coding weekend, March 21-23

It’s all happening in Amsterdam this coming weekend, thanks to a collaboration between FIBER and STEIM, and the Coded Matter(s) series of events. Friday 21st March – Introductory algorave live coding with supercollider workshop in STEIM, lead by Roald van Dillewijn, Tijs Ham and

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Live coding research network

The Live Coding Research Network started in February 2014, with two years of events planned to support cross-disciplinary research. This will be funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and will include symposia, a conference, hands-on workshops and hack

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Live coding research network

The Live Coding Research Network started in February 2014, with two years of events planned to support cross-disciplinary research. This will be funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and will include symposia, a conference, hands-on workshops and hack

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Live coding on Arte TV

Tracks is a music culture TV programme that has been airing across both France and Germany since 1997, on the independent and excellent Arte channel dedicated to arts and culture. Tonight (25th January 2014) they’re featuring live coding and algorave

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Live coding on Arte TV

Tracks is a music culture TV programme that has been airing across both France and Germany since 1997, on the independent and excellent Arte channel dedicated to arts and culture. Tonight (25th January 2014) they’re featuring live coding and algorave

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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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Tidal – mini language for live coding pattern

Tidal is a mini language designed for live coding pattern, embedded in the Haskell pure functional programming language. It’s made by me (Alex), developed through a lot of performances (including as part of slub) and a few rewrites over a

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Tidal – mini language for live coding pattern

Tidal is a mini language designed for live coding pattern, embedded in the Haskell pure functional programming language. It’s made by me (Alex), developed through a lot of performances (including as part of slub) and a few rewrites over a

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