Mike Hodnick – Live Coding Gigs in the Midwest

I’ll be giving two live-coded performances in the coming week in St. Paul and Milwaukee. Friday, October 30th I’ll be performing as “Kindohm” at a Bring Your Own Beamer event at Hamline University in St. Paul. The event is free and open

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Mike Hodnick – Live Coding Gigs in the Midwest

I’ll be giving two live-coded performances in the coming week in St. Paul and Milwaukee. Friday, October 30th I’ll be performing as “Kindohm” at a Bring Your Own Beamer event at Hamline University in St. Paul. The event is free and open

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TOPLAP on slack

We now have a livecode slack, with around a hundred members, with quite a few actively chatting about live coding, sharing ideas, organising events and live streams. To join enter your email address here, and you’ll then get login details for the slack

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TOPLAP on slack

We now have a livecode slack, with around a hundred members, with quite a few actively chatting about live coding, sharing ideas, organising events and live streams. To join enter your email address here, and you’ll then get login details for the slack

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TOPLAP on livecoding.tv for IBC

  livecoding.tv is a YC funded startup aiming to make coding more social, with educational impacts, through streaming. A few TOPLAP folks have been using it for live coding as we know it — to make music, and now Jurjen Söhne has

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TOPLAP on livecoding.tv for IBC

  livecoding.tv is a YC funded startup aiming to make coding more social, with educational impacts, through streaming. A few TOPLAP folks have been using it for live coding as we know it — to make music, and now Jurjen Söhne has

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Afterglow, live coding for light shows

Version 0.1.1 of Afterglow was recently released. Inspired by Overtone, and incorporating elements of it, Afterglow aims to be an environment supporting the live coding of immersive light shows in Clojure, using the Open Lighting Architecture to communicate with lighting hardware. Beyond being designed to allow you

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Afterglow, live coding for light shows

Version 0.1.1 of Afterglow was recently released. Inspired by Overtone, and incorporating elements of it, Afterglow aims to be an environment supporting the live coding of immersive light shows in Clojure, using the Open Lighting Architecture to communicate with lighting hardware. Beyond being designed to allow you

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Bricolage – The World of Live Coding

A great interview with David Ogborn on Live Coding, Bricolage Programming, art and life:

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Bricolage – The World of Live Coding

A great interview with David Ogborn on Live Coding, Bricolage Programming, art and life:

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Post-ICLC post

The First International Conference on Live Coding is behind us, but the buzz lingers on. Feedback has been overwhelming, and quite a few have said that they now finally feel part of the live coding community — this fact alone points towards

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Post-ICLC post

The First International Conference on Live Coding is behind us, but the buzz lingers on. Feedback has been overwhelming, and quite a few have said that they now finally feel part of the live coding community — this fact alone points towards

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Live coding open calls

The lack of activity on this blog is down to a huge influx of live coding activity rather than a lack.. Not least, the machinations for the first International Conference on Live Coding taking place in 13-15th July. We’ve just announced

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Live coding open calls

The lack of activity on this blog is down to a huge influx of live coding activity rather than a lack.. Not least, the machinations for the first International Conference on Live Coding taking place in 13-15th July. We’ve just announced

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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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Algorave Karlsruhe

After being a riotous part of the astonishingly good live.code.fest back in 2013, Algorave Karlsruhe returns, 17th January 2015 at Jubez. The algorithms will be provided by Benoit and the Mandelbrots, Alo Allik, Section_9, Ganzfeld, Norah Lorway, Luuma and Canute. Here’s the teaser:

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Algorave Karlsruhe

After being a riotous part of the astonishingly good live.code.fest back in 2013, Algorave Karlsruhe returns, 17th January 2015 at Jubez. The algorithms will be provided by Benoit and the Mandelbrots, Alo Allik, Section_9, Ganzfeld, Norah Lorway, Luuma and Canute. Here’s the teaser:

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