In case you missed it, I’ve started streaming on Twitch!
Why I started streaming
I got the inspiration to do live coding streams when I started watching art streams around early 2019. And over the course of watching them, I slowly learned the process behind drawing artworks. From the intial sketch, to lineart, to colouring and finishing touches.
Watching streams from artists like cottonwings, Mr_Randomnese, or Natsumen (aka. Capssimistic) sparked that inspiration to start doing live coding streams, because I wanted to bring those experiences to web development.
That being said, I wanted to keep things balanced between gaming and coding streams. I’m still in my early days of streaming anyways, so it’s a good time to experiment and see where this ends up.
I host two primary series at the moment:
- Random Gaming Hour: An hour or two of chill gaming session, either with or without microphones. Often stream old games as well. Feel free to interact with each other in chat!
- Twitch-Driven Development: A chill live coding session where I work on my projects live on stream. Mostly web-development (HTML/CSS/JS), but might try other stuff too.
Note: Currently I don’t have a fixed schedule, but I’ll try my best to stream every Tuesday night (9pm GMT +7) at the very least. If you want to keep updated on upcoming streams, go follow me on Twitter or join my Discord! I often post stream announcements there.
New Live landing page
I’ve also set up resir014.xyz/live as a quick introduction to my streams. It also has a link to my Twitch page as well as my tip jar, where you can support my work.