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#11
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/16 6:16
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So glad your doing this ThunderStruck! and so glad that it's on Sunday! Thanks can't wait to tune in!
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#12
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/16 23:29
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I enjoyed ThunderStruck's show it was very good. It was on 2d to 3d conversion, it was very informative. I'm looking forward to the rest of the clan that said they would be there. The chat had a nice conversation going as well. Also I'm also looking forward to the next show!
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#13
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/20 3:33
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Quote:

Morintari wrote:
It was on 2d to 3d conversion


Just to clarify for those who weren't there: It wasn't as much about 2D-to-3D conversion as it was about the development of thunderstruck's 2D-to-3D converter (in C#).

It was informative, though... for those who want to know how a modern Windows app is written (using MS tools).
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#14
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/20 10:53
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Quote:

RunnerPack wrote:
Quote:

Morintari wrote:
It was on 2d to 3d conversion


Just to clarify for those who weren't there: It wasn't as much about 2D-to-3D conversion as it was about the development of thunderstruck's 2D-to-3D converter (in C#).

It was informative, though... for those who want to know how a modern Windows app is written (using MS tools).


Thanks for the clarification.

I think it was a good first try even though I was very tired. I'm not sure when I can do this again. Saturday might be a good day as I will be out of the country from Monday on. I will return on the Sunday after so I might skip a week. The idea is to do this on a regular basis with a fixed schedule though.

I will also try to give a better overview of what's already there and focus a bit more on the VB side of things.

I also asked a coworker if he would join in remotely so we could do pair-programming (which is a way more effective way to write code). So I might do that as well.
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#15
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/20 23:30
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Is there a record of the stream anywhere?

-Eric
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#16
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/21 2:55
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Yeah does Twitch archive videos for a bit? I work Sundays so I wasn't able to watch.

I'm such a noob with these new platforms...
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#17
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/21 6:11
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thunderstruck - Could you archive the sessions so that those of us who cannot make it live can watch?

Go to your Dashboard (e.g. https://www.twitch.tv/broadcast/dashboard/settings)

And enable "Store past broadcasts". This will keep the broadcast on the site for 14 days (60 days for Partners, Turbo and Prime users).
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#18
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/21 12:24
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I actually wanted to record the stream and upload it to youtube later. There are two reasons why I didn't activate the "auto archive" feature of twitch.

1. I wanted to encourage people to join the live stream as I want to have a conversation but also because I would like to become a twitch affiliate. That would allow me to use some of the more advanced options of twitch and also receive money through twitch. There is still some software (like Photoshop, DevExpress and so on) I would like to buy and I need a better chair. Usually I would just spent my own money but I will move towards the end of the year so I try to save some money.

2. I'm a bit scared of giving away personal information or simply saying something incredible stupid. So I would like to have the option to cut out certain parts.
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#19
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/22 15:17
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Hey everyone,

I would like to do another stream this weekend but I'm having trouble finding a good time. One of the problems being that there are 6 to 9 hours time difference. I also have to get up rather early on Monday to catch a flight.

So whats better?
1: 7 am German time (Sunday), which is 10 pm PST (Saturday) and 1 am est (Sunday)
2: 3 pm German time (Sunday), which is 6 am PST (Sunday) and 9 am est (Sunday)
3: Everyone moves to Germany, Bigmak pays
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#20
Re: VB Development Twitch Stream
Posted on: 9/22 19:41
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Quote:

thunderstruck wrote:
Hey everyone,

I would like to do another stream this weekend but I'm having trouble finding a good time. One of the problems being that there are 6 to 9 hours time difference. I also have to get up rather early on Monday to catch a flight.

So whats better?
1: 7 am German time (Sunday), which is 10 pm PST (Saturday) and 1 am est (Sunday)
2: 3 pm German time (Sunday), which is 6 am PST (Sunday) and 9 am est (Sunday)
3: Everyone moves to Germany, Bigmak pays


Option 3, naturally :p


Serious answer: option 1 works best for me.
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