I recently started streaming on twitch.tv/waylonwalker and it's been a blast so far.
- Data Science
- Data Engineering
- digital gardening
It all started with kedro/issues/606, Yetu called out for users of kedro to record themselves doing a walk through of their tutorials. I wanted to do this, but was really stuck at the fact that recording or editing somewhat polished vide is quite time consuming for me.
My introduction to twitch came from twitch.tv/theprimeagen. I watched him on YouTube, and then decided to drop into a stream. It was so fun to watch him live that I started following others in the science and tech category.
- twitch.tv/teej_dv Brilliant neovim core dev, I learn a bunch about nvim every time I watch.
- twitch.tv/cmgriffing Super Chill and engaging chat.
- twitch.tv/cassidoo Fantastic discussion/chat.
- twitch.tv/anthonywritescode Building the python ecosystem.
- twitch.tv/kierisi Exploring data in r-studio, taking xgboost to Sliced.
After taking a jump in with the spaceflights tutorial I realized that it really was not that hard to do, and I can stream things that I am doing anyways. I will be streaming while I build open source kedro plugins, pipelines, and while I work on my website.
I started storing all the replay, and some clips on YouTube. If that is more of your thing be sure to check it out. To be completely honest the editing/ clips will likely come at a minimum, as they take me a lot more time to edit. I would greatly appreciate anyone who subscribes to help me get to the 100 subscriber baseline to get my custom url.
Come join me while I try to figure out what I am doing.
Here is a small clip from my latest