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Live stream: Coding a visualization tool for a possible future video

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Recorded live on 2016-06-16. Creating a visualization tool about NTSC/composite video signal for a possible future video. Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit Patreon: https://patreon.com/Bisqwit (alternatives at http://iki.fi/bisqwit/donate.html) Twitch: http://twitch.tv/RealBisqwit Homepage: http://iki.fi/bisqwit/



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Huy võ lê (10 days ago)
Master Joe language
Kishore G. (14 days ago)
Hello Bisqwit, I was trying to download your color scheme for Joe, but the colors look completely different than the ones shown in this video. Some of the colors don't even display correctly. Can you please send me a download link for the specific color scheme you are using in this video?
Bisqwit (14 days ago)
I can’t remember, but try: dpkg -L joe | grep colors And do a similar file structure under ~/.joe/
Kishore G. (14 days ago)
And where is this colors file located? Is it in /usr/share/joe?
Bisqwit (14 days ago)
The most recent version of Joe changed how the files work. Now you need a separate "colors" file in addition to the syntax files. Just copypaste the color definitions from near the beginning of the file into the colors file.
Debarshi Das (1 month ago)
Why is this genius has not yet developed Terminator 2.0? You sir, have the eyes who speak of the brain of GENIUS, i cannot stand to see you work as a coach driver not some AI GOD.
Michael Pietzsch (1 month ago)
2:35 i drove coach..... wtf.....
Bisqwit (1 month ago)
Not many programmers have done that huh!
Michael Pietzsch (1 month ago)
is this some kind of joke... this guy .. has talent
Carver (1 month ago)
You've got some pubes on your chin bro.
Fiilis1 (1 month ago)
This man is an animal in coding. :O
sky rym (1 month ago)
Bisqwit can you please give me the color values from your JOE theme so that i can create the same for Notepad++ as I'm on Windows, Thank you.
Bisqwit (1 month ago)
You need an X server. You can use the Xming X server, or you can use the equivalent in Cygwin. The latter also provides the Xterm program, but so does Mingw.
sky rym (1 month ago)
Thank You man for the colours, but I need your help once more: How do you run Xterm on Windows? Thank you in advance.
Bisqwit (1 month ago)
Uh… You can check them here. It requires some manual labor though. https://bisqwit.iki.fi/kala/c.jsf The colors are given as 256-color ANSI colors. Use this algorithm to convert the colors into RGB: The colors are listed as fg_XYZ. Each of X, Y, Z are in range 0~5, and they correspond to red, green and blue values respectively. If the value is 0, the RGB value is 0. If the value is greater than 1, the corresponding RGB value is 55 + n*40 (decimal). For example, fg_245 means rgb(135,215,255). Colors that are not listed in this format (such as red or white) are their corresponding 16-color ANSI colors.
Robin Obinray (1 month ago)
holy shit you're a master coder
Amit Ramesh Jadhav (1 month ago)
Bisqwit is going to be next whos gonna design D.
Bisqwit (1 month ago)
Not sure what you mean. In any case, D is already a programming language that exists.
Marremarräng (2 months ago)
What made you interested in becoming a bus driver and how long have you been one? Just asking out of simple curiosity.
Marremarräng (2 months ago)
Thank you for your answer.
Bisqwit (2 months ago)
When I did my driving license in 2006, I did it for categories B and C at the same time (see https://bisqwit.iki.fi/jutut/ajoneuvoluokat.png , left column for the categories), foreseeing the possibility that a day will come when I can’t work as a programmer. I considered category C (lorry) as a backup occupation. In 2012, I left the work at City Dev Labs (back then, W3 Group Finland) and spent a year or so mostly unemployed, only doing a few hours a month to W3. In Finland there is a welfare system for unemployed people, but the primary eligibility condition is to register as a job seeker in the office that controls the welfare. I told them I would like to get work either as a driver, or as a teacher. Because I did not seriously believe anyone gets employed in IT business through that office, I did not even list programming as an option. Eventually they sent me the invitation to upgrade my driver’s license to category D (coaches), a half-year long curriculum that normally costs a lot, but for me it was better than free: they give higher unemployment compensation if you are engaging in studies that aim for employment. Most of that half year is spent studying for the CPC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Driver_CPC), another requirement to drive a bus. I jumped the chance. The last part of that study was a two-month practical training in a bus company of your choice, and I continued to work for the company when the training was over. I enjoyed it a lot, even though the long work days usually left me too exhausted to do anything else after work. Less than two years later though, I lost the job due to competitive tendering (the number of drivers in that company went down from like 70 to 10). I chose not to immediately seek a job from another bus company, because while the work itself is nice, having to learn all the new lines + company practices in the beginning is quite stressful. And I did not want to go to a company that has dozens or hundreds of lines which I would struggle to memorize. Companies with only a few lines rarely recruit. Two years ago I started a new job in IoT development, in a company I had previously applied to but which I cancelled back then because I got the study offer.
valentin montiel (2 months ago)
I have no idea whats going on but i love seeing you programming
Louis Sardarescu (2 months ago)
Wow this man is awesome
Eduardo Sebastián (2 months ago)
in what university you had studied?
Jaime Valencia (2 months ago)
I didn't really understand what you were writing, But was fixated by your skill navigating the text editor like a pro :D
Reon Fourie (2 months ago)
2:10:10 Is that software renderer you showed there opensource? I'd love to check out that project
Bisqwit (2 months ago)
It is a subject to a future video series, and the sources will be released at that time. There is an abridged sneak peek that has been released before. Search for “bisqwit 3d sneak” to find it.
Reon Fourie (2 months ago)
1:14:10 Guns n Roses song!
Vehkas Vij (3 months ago)
You should use upwork and program there make some money. Don't give in to the pain! Keep looking.
Bisqwit (3 months ago)
Stable employment is better.
TangzYoung (3 months ago)
watching you coding is so fun , i am not a c++ programer , but this video inspire me a lot , hope you can stream more live coding xD.
Seb B (3 months ago)
SDL or SFML. Regardless the end result will be the same. Why don’t you use Notepad++ to do your coding? And then you can use the compiler to compile the saved file with the source code. Notepad++ makes it so much easier and faster to code. I used to use simple Notepad. Notepad++ has a lot of features to make programming faster. Especially automatic indentation.
Seb B (3 months ago)
Oh ok! I didn't know that. Regardless of which text editor the result will be the same too. I program in Free Pascal. When I started I used the IDE (which can kill your eyes in my opinion - all that blue on the screen lol), then I started using regular Notepad because I could have multiple Notepad windows open (one for the main .pas file, others for units, and others for notes I made on my game while developing it). Then I switched to Notepad++ because it's really helpful with indentation and highlighting commands, and just makes the code easier and fast to read and type overall. So what's the program you are using here as text editor? And great job by the way with the videos! And good luck with your program.
Bisqwit (3 months ago)
There are other reasons, but a simple reason is that Notepad++ does not run on Linux.
Lukáš chleba (4 months ago)
Bus driver ? With Your skills and without a job ? I don't get it, but still thanks for your videos. One can always learn something from yours projects. Cheers.
Seb B (4 months ago)
Great stuff! Programming is amazing. Been doing it for 21 years.
杨润康 (5 months ago)
what is your keyBoards?
Bisqwit (5 months ago)
I used a Fujitsu KBPC-SX.
rakka1 dude1 (5 months ago)
its cool how you do creative programming not hacking. but i spose being able to hack (use assembler) helps.
kimson dooland (6 months ago)
Please make another 'programming live' video like this, Thank you. cheers :D And also can you tell me the music genre :D and where i can find this haaha.
Bisqwit (6 months ago)
Will do some day! The music is just random MODs. https://modarchive.org/ is where most of the MODs in existence can be downloaded for free.
coscoroba (7 months ago)
What's the name of the biggest terminal font (seen for example in 2:30)?
Bisqwit (7 months ago)
It’s the same as the regular one, just scaled up.
Mod Reno (7 months ago)
Seriously. In movies they show ppl coding realy fast but u topped it. I m a bit scared. ^^
GRUNTS2013 (7 months ago)
I have no idea why I'm watching this, I don't know shit about programming
CodeCommand (7 months ago)
A true programmer. You have like 20 tabs open lol
Bisqwit (7 months ago)
And the fun thing is, some of those tabs are still open -- 1½ years later.
RecordingGerman (9 months ago)
So many programmers in the comments and I do not even get it with the Java programming language a text to code xDD Respect for all!
Nishtiger (9 months ago)
Hi there Bisqwit, what Linux distro would you recommend to start out with coming from a windows background i have some python knowledge and a windows engineer but Linux seems so seamless once you no what you are doing with it ! only thing is i have installed many times and i cant seem to get a good driver for amd 5450 gpu
Bisqwit (9 months ago)
Thanks for the update!
Nishtiger (9 months ago)
Hi Bisqwit, I ended up using the new release of ubuntu 17.10 due to the drivers being better for my current hardware. After watching your video on how you customized debian, the install video you made. I then installed cinnamon desktop with the same theme you have ! I am very happy with linux setup i even copied your terminal font haha your a huge inspiration to me and enjoy your videos so much ! thank you
Nishtiger (9 months ago)
i ended up choosing ubuntu as im a beginner at linux and ubuntu seems to have the most forums for help etc funny i should love the idea of linux being a computer engineer that is all windows and a small amount of mac. I really enjoy your videos and wish i could program like that. only wish i could contribute but funds are low. do you think you will do any talks on the bible at all ? not religious my self but find it intriguing
Bisqwit (9 months ago)
Linux Mint seems to be quite popular nowadays. https://linuxmint.com/about.php It is based on both Ubuntu and Debian, which are the two distributions I personally use all the time. GPU drivers are often the weakest point of Linux (especially for cards that are either too old or too new), because graphics card manufacturers like to keep the exact workings of their cards secret (unfortunate consequence is that it totally prevents community development of good drivers), and in-company finance politics cause their development manpower be funneled into Windows, with Linux drivers being treated as an afterthought at most.
b3b3 (10 months ago)
May I ask what keyboard you are using? Sounds and looks damn satisfying :3
Cx Productions (11 months ago)
How can you not even know your own age ?
Cx Productions (11 months ago)
Bisqwit 😂
Bisqwit (11 months ago)
Because it has stopped being anything other than a number. Yay, I have survived 14300 days of life.
Georgo Zuwe (1 year ago)
what are you some type of professor?
n4yr (1 year ago)
What font are you using?
n4yr (1 year ago)
Bisqwit Thank you :)
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Answered here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc2WvhCfyr4&t=8m28s
Leenus (1 year ago)
Hey, a couple of questions: 1. What keyboard are you using in this video, and 2. Where did you get all this great programming music?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
1. A very off-the-shelf Fujitsu KB-SX keyboard from old times. It connects through the PS/2 jack. It is not even a mechanical keyboard, i.e. it has a rubber mat below the key caps. 2. Copied from friends on floppy disks, downloaded from BBSes through a modem, or downloaded from the Internet. Nowadays they should all be available in ModArchive.org .
Sam M. (1 year ago)
Is this man a genius or average programmer? Like really...
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It really depends on your perspective. I believe in a logarithmic scale of prowess, where basically no matter how much you know, there’s always twice more to learn.
Gorkhali (1 year ago)
You sound like a Windows Screen Reader.
threalcain (1 year ago)
You know hebrew?
Bisqwit (8 months ago)
I would actually argue the opposite. Old Hebrew was logical, each word derived from a stem, and each _letter_ having meaning which form a picture of the whole word. New Hebrew borrows words from foreign languages, like טרקטור which completely breaks this principle.
threalcain (1 year ago)
Bisqwit oh 😢, your photo has old hebrew ( bible ), the regular hebrew has so many changes and much easier:)
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Some.
mike jones (1 year ago)
Cool, I have to give a shout out to The Coding Rainbow, he does a lot of visual/graphic programming using P5js and Processing, its pretty cool and a lot easier for anyone wanting to get into it.
עידו אשד (1 year ago)
is it normal that i dont understand anything?
Alessandro (25 days ago)
yes
Andreas Vida (1 year ago)
There is some charm to this stone age programming method. I used to work like that 10 years ago. Only the C++ standard version was lower and I already used a Makefile most of the time. These tools force you to think but nevertheless they slow you down extremely. In an IDE you have auto-complete, API documentation and the program starts by hitting a button. You simply cannot argue against that. Nevertheless great videos.
Manuel Lopez (5 months ago)
Old times will be ever more romantic that these days... I miss old computers charm too...
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It is my impression that the time saved with auto-complete and starting program with a button is totally negligible in the budget of programming. As for API documentation, I do miss 1990s style keyword help, but I can do just fine with web based ones.
Bored Panda (1 year ago)
hello, at 2:26:33 what did you do? guess u did ssh to your local network machine? am I wrong?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Yes that is correct.
мросту (1 year ago)
Why you don't use a tiling window manager?
мросту (1 year ago)
It is right that tiling WMs are inconvenient for some applications. But I like to open few terminals and see information from all of them at the same time (like editor + man/info-pages + shell for commands).
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It is inconvenient if you have to choose a window to shrink in order to make one larger.
Gefällt Mir (1 year ago)
What book would you recommend me to understand most of the things you do/Show?
Gefällt Mir (1 year ago)
xD im an idiot..
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Uh really depends on what you are compiling. But check out here to get started. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=how%20to%20use%20g%2B%2B
Gefällt Mir (1 year ago)
Wow! thanks! but what compiler command do i need ( what args) or can u give me an example?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
apt-get install joe libsdl1.2-dev build-essential
Gefällt Mir (1 year ago)
ok thank you for your quick answer! I (And lots of other people) would really like/need a quick "tutorial" an how to get everything set up right. Like installing "joe" right and how you have organised your directories and getting sdl/frameworks to work properly. Thank you for your awesome content! Looking forward to the "setup guide" ^^
a- Babunji (1 year ago)
What is the name of the music at 5:08 ??
a- Babunji (1 year ago)
I get the point that you just made. But if you put into account the number of lines that are present at the same time, the font's size, and my low familiarity with Linux, you would give me some benefit of doubt :) plus.........i do wear glasses but thank you anyway.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The name of the song is literally visible on the screen at that same time. Twice, I might add.
JokesforJoking (1 year ago)
I'm genuinely surprised that you don't have a job as a programmer. You seem extremely talented
Poetra Noegraha (1 year ago)
umm, may i know how do you type that fast? any tips?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I think my typing speed has been approximately the same for the last 20 years or so. It initially picked up in like five years from simply the want to accomplish stuff. I don’t use touch-typing or any other “system”. I just use whichever fingers are available to press the key.
Rohan Tech (1 year ago)
For all those who say linux is for real programmers
Rohan Tech (1 year ago)
Skeptical Python Sorry i forgot to type "not"
Skeptical Python (1 year ago)
Rohan Tech It honestly is
Pajeet Singh (1 year ago)
Which Linux is this?
n4yr (1 year ago)
Pajeet Singh Debian
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The best one. The _desktop environment_ however, which is what you actually see when you look at the video, is Cinnamon.
ThNera (1 year ago)
what linux is that?
n4yr (1 year ago)
ThNera Debian
Cristian WS (1 year ago)
Hi Bisqwit, Greetings from the United Kingdom ! I would like to ask you three questions which I hope will have an answer from you. 1) How good are you at HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, PHP and JavaScript? If the answer is mostly positive, do you think you have the ability to create an e-commerce website? (I really assume you know everything already) 2) I also assume that you never stopped learning. To keep it up with the technology you learnt a lot of codes. What's your favourite method of learning? The books behind you or the Internet? 3) Hopefully you have big dreams, especially because you have skills other people do not posses. If you were to be asked to work for a project that would have a huge potential, how likely are you to do that? Thank you! God bless you and good luck in everything you're doing
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Hello Cristian WS! 1) I have worked in the intelligent website business for over ten years, so I am fairly competent at the core of those technologies. But if I were to create an e-commerce website, it would be quite outdated by design and would probably measure low in terms of usability. 2) Internet. I code a lot, and read a lot of code. When I need to know how something works, or perhaps just want to know, I look for it and study it. 3) It all bears down to time. As long as my needs of income are met, I prioritize by stress level and by technological interestingness, not by market potential.
dwedwed edqeadw (1 year ago)
programming level : Legend
rage5110 (1 year ago)
"I was a bus driver" *looks back at entire video history. Wtf
Jackson Edwards (2 months ago)
He liked to do it. Long hours though.
LeoGurr (1 year ago)
He could easily get rich by using his talent to create hax ^^
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
That is like the slashdot meme in other words. 1. Be good at coding 2. ??? 3. Profit!
Jonath Jup (1 year ago)
Love this video ! I want to learn coding again. I remenber when I coded a calculator in C to know how much would cost ships to build in a game i was playing. Now I dont know if I should stick to C or learn something else ( like Python or I don't know..) Thanks for the content !
Jonath Jup (1 year ago)
Richard Wells Thank you for your advise !
Richard Wells (1 year ago)
Jonath Jup python is good for beginners, so if you can't remember about C much then I'd give python a go.
Skulltruck08 (1 year ago)
Why when I listen to you talking I remember those people who used to wear suits and hat in the old days lol I like it tho.
haxpor (1 year ago)
This is so good idea that you show your keystroke on keyboard too. First one to see someone streaming like this 👍
the graph in the beginning reminded me of my BSD socket C library to make sockets easier because I was peeved with the host and system byte order and blah blah blah every time I wanted to connect somewhere
Clyde Donovan (1 year ago)
wow one must fall 2097 the 1994 year's game I was never born(I WAS IN 1995) I am always jealous people born in 70s 80s ps PS. greeting from China ;-)
Bisqwit, could you make a tutorial on how to use vim?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It’s mostly just muscle memory and decades of reinforcement. The editor is Joe, by the way. https://github.com/jhallen/joe-editor
I think many people would be interested in learning to code if not as well as you do (only god must be able to do that) at least as quickly! I would definitely use your text editor and learn how to use it 100%. Also I would appreciate it if you checked my channel I upload some compositions there:)
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I hardly know vim enough to be able to quit it. I use some other editor.
larsaskogstad (1 year ago)
The best keyboard ive ever usen which I still have is an old PS/2 Compaq keyboard. Its lovely to type on. Its perfect. Looks like shit though.
CrookedPie (1 year ago)
You need to monetize your videos.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I am already monetizing my videos to some degree. However, because I do not want to annoy viewers excessively, I leave most options unset (such as video ads).
thejew72 (1 year ago)
would using wchar_t have made your input match your keyboard better?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
No, SDL event keysym (which I am comparing against) has nothing to do with the "wide char" library routines that wchar_t is associated with.
Vlad Ionescu (1 year ago)
You are miles better at coding than me. Keep it up with the awesome videos. What is that text editor you are using? I use Sublime.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
No I think it was 8,8,8.
Vlad Ionescu (1 year ago)
Thank you for answering so fast. I am so happy when youtubers can do this :) Keep it up. Also the colors were wierd. Did you implement the red channel on 8 bits, green in 10 and blue on 6 bits?
Vlad Ionescu (1 year ago)
OMFG that Siemens Keyboard. I am crazy about keyboards. I have a hashtag on facebook. #uberKeyboard #uberSpurcat. Make a video about that keyboard. You will get a lot of views. I have an IBM keyboard IBM KB-8926d0.
Vlad Ionescu (1 year ago)
I see you don't use the mouse. Can you make a tutorial with your workflow?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I use Joe, the last and best of console text editors ;-) To be honest Subline is probably a ton better, but to me it is very valuable that the editor is integrated into my workflow of running from commandline.
Vlad Ionescu (1 year ago)
God mode :D
Michael Becker (1 year ago)
What's that distro/interface?
Michael Becker (1 year ago)
Thanks
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The desktop environment is Cinnamon. The distribution is one of those 98 % of existing Linux distributions where installing Cinnamon is possible.
Inferno Prime (1 year ago)
if a dude with this kind of knowledge that borders on witchcraft doesnt have a job as a programmer.. what hope does anyone else have xD
Bisqwit (3 months ago)
Well I do have the license and stuff even if I am working on something else these years. As for your idea, preparing lessons takes so much time and effort that I prefer to do them as YouTube videos and not improvise them live. I would like to do more livestreams too, but that would have to be something else.
Bisqwit (3 months ago)
Driving is fun. Have a problem with that?
Esteban3999 (3 months ago)
But bus driver... I mean.. Please
Adam (1 year ago)
He could get one easily if he really wanted. Just because he's really good at programming doesn't mean that he wants a job relating to it.
ShadyGaming (1 year ago)
As soon as I heard the track (after you killed ffplay).. I knew EXACTLY what it was without even reading the screen.... I played SO MUCH ONE MUST FALL.......
Osmosis Jones (1 year ago)
I used to boot up the game just to hear the title song.... aaand then you just *had* to play a match or a few... dozen.
Ian Flynn (1 year ago)
I definitely had a moment when that music started up.
Spurdo Sparde (1 year ago)
Have you ever considered moving to the United States? Somebody with your programmatic skill-set and experience could make considerably more in the U.S. than in good old Suomi.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Maybe one could make more money than in Finland. But there are many good reasons to not move to USA. Examples: Healthcare cost, risk of terrorism, labor rights.
joshua gollaher (1 year ago)
You got me to switch from visual studio to joe :D
henry tien (1 year ago)
can you share music list? thanks I love your video, here a lot of fun.
Mert Can Ergün (1 year ago)
i like how you reject people without being rude
henry tien (1 year ago)
thanks,i find it :)
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I didn't plan it in advance, so I would have to scour the video minute by minute by reading what's shown in the console when I switch the songs. You can do that yourself just as well. As for the actual files, the link is somewhere in the comments of this video.
Hairburt Naptic (1 year ago)
what exactly is the font in your xterm called? i find it incredibly comfortable to read
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
I don't usually announce them far in advance, so not within the next 2 days at least.
Hairburt Naptic (1 year ago)
Bisqwit great, thanks a lot. btw will there be live coding streams anytime soon?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The font is called ‐misc-fixed-bold-r-normal‐‐15-140-75-75-c-90-iso8859-15. The font in the larger terminals is the same, but scaled: ‐misc-fixed-bold-r-30-280-75-75-*-*.
captaineureka (1 year ago)
Your videos are really satisfying to watch, I like this channel keep it up !
Veso266 (1 year ago)
do you know of any PAL and NTSC TestCard Generator?
Veso266 (1 year ago)
yes I know but theese are normaly hardware boxes I would like to know is there any software version of it that would create .yuv version of that test pattern (in realtime and with clock and date and station name) that could be further modulated with palmod: https://github.com/SopaXorzTaker/palmod
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Yes. For example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philips_PM5544
Nishtiger (1 year ago)
Hi Bisqwit, i love watching your videos great programming i love the theme ! very old school ! i am learning python at the moment, do you know any ? I have my doubts about python as the GUI library's do not seem very extensive. Would you recommend going to c++ from python?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
+Nick Turner I have done a few things with Python, but I don't use it frequently.
Nishtiger (1 year ago)
Hi thanks for the advise, i will definitely take it and keep on with python, going to check out that library, do you know any python your self.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Python is a fine first language. I would say until you start to need to harness the power of your computer (things are running too slow) or you are thinking of releasing something, don’t worry about C++. And the extent of libraries for Python is excellent, too. Have you tried wxPython? http://docs.wxwidgets.org/trunk/overview_python.html
Xane Myers (1 year ago)
2"08:12 Wow...that's a stange effect seeing your background through the green floor!
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Yeah, that's because I used chroma screen on the entire desktop to allow the same background image to work for both the desktop and the camera view, and for those to overlap.
Jycxed (1 year ago)
why do you not use the terminator ap?
Ancient Apparition (1 year ago)
One day bisqwit is going to have a mental breakdown as people keep asking him what OS he uses and if he is using an IDE.
TheMineMappers (1 year ago)
By the way, what IDE do you use and on what OS?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Or I just make a video of these topics particularly...
sky rym (1 year ago)
Bisqwit my dear friend - can you send me your c.jsf once more, please. I have lost the first one > Thanks in advance.
Alessandro (25 days ago)
https://bisqwit.iki.fi/kala/c.jsf here you got it buddy:)
Bipin Oli (1 year ago)
Why are you so fond of c++?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Because it lets me do what I want, is efficient, and very available. It is hard to find an alternative that matches all those three goals.
hayashi leo (1 year ago)
Your videos are awesome and inspirational. Have you though about making a video of all your favorite music you listen when programming?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Truth is I don't listen to music very often.
Jiaul Islam (1 year ago)
omg what os you are using and also what is that IDE :O ?
MisterJar (1 year ago)
The text editor is called joe in the terminal in linux. you can download it by typing sudo apt-get install joe. or if your on arch or using pacman do sudo pacman -S joe
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It was answered several times through the video. I am not using an IDE.
Condor (1 year ago)
Do you have a video about how you got started and what your build is, like OS, and such?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
No, I don't have a video of that. I should maybe make one some day!
Condor (1 year ago)
Hey, what's the music that you are playing, seems to fit well for programming.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Look the names in the video and google by the filename. Or if you are lazy, search the other comments posted here.
Condor (1 year ago)
Sharing is caring? :D
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The music is several different songs. They are random MOD files that I have collected from BBSes / the Internet since 1990s.
Damn, I wish I have found your channel before, because your programming vids are awesome! Keep it up! :)
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Thanks!
Loosest Loser (1 year ago)
2:33: "what is your job" what the hell? how is it even possible that you were a bus driver, i get that in Finland it probably pays more than coding in other countries but still.. you have massive knowledge.... didnt you enjoy working as a programmer or do you want it to be only a hobby of yours otherwise you get burnt out if you have to do it as a job my mind is blown i wont be able to watch the whole video anytime soon so maybe i missed the followup, anybody have timestamps?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
You get used to the size. Roads on bus routes are usually designed to have enough room for a large vehicles to make turns with plenty of margin. Usually. In some ways, the fact that buses have large mirrors and that the driver can see far above regular cars more than compensate for the size.
Loosest Loser (1 year ago)
no doubt its fun, even though i would be scared of driving a large vehicle like that im not judging, i just find it strange that somebody with skills like you doesnt use them to full potential but yeah i dont know everything about the situation so not gonna speculate anymore
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
There were reasons, but the bottom line is driving a bus is fun. Right now I'm at a programming job again.
Łukąsz Rygął (1 year ago)
you're typing faster than sonic the hedgehog maybe even like him?
adam natsumoto (1 year ago)
+Bisqwit Can I know What we can do if we master the Programming Language ? and yeah i just know that we can create Apps right ? But other than that what we can do . Thank You ^_^
Alessandro (25 days ago)
Hello,you can read books about different programming languages. you are most likely new to the programming language world so i would recommend you to learn a language like python. python is a really good language that has been used a lot in the web development sector. you can learn it by books or by self learning like i did. there are a lot of videos and tutorials online. good luck!
Japheth Jay (1 year ago)
What is the music playing in the background I will love to have that.
Japheth Jay (1 year ago)
well am sorry i hadn't watched all the video when i was asking, i had to downloaded both videos and watch, well i answered my questions, i love joe's own editor, i actually use Jmacs now, for my quick note app since its lighter, and am a fan of emacs, Thanks for the great videos, keep making the great content. You could try some tutorials to the basics of c++ will appreciate it much, I wanna learn c++ now, after knowing about half a dozen languages.
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
It was answered in the live stream several times if you were listening. In any case, it's Linux, with a Cinnamon desktop environment, and the editor is Joe.
Japheth Jay (1 year ago)
wow thanks so much, thanks for taking out time to answer me, whenever u have the time to you could tell me what OS u are working on and you editing tool. thanks a lot agai n
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
The first song is klmusa.xm, or "Punaisia Ja Valkoisia". Judging from that I can't find it in Google, I guess this has been writtenby some acquaintance of mine whom I haven't seen for many years. But since it is playing very quietly, I suspect you are really talking about the second song, which that starts at 5:07. As is actually seen on the screen, it is One Must Fall: 2097, the title track (fall3.mtm). It is pretty well known, so you should be able to find it easily by searching by that name.
Japheth Jay (1 year ago)
And just for curiosity sake, what flavour of linux are u using and what code editor. Am thinking of adopting linux but seem kinda lost now.
george allen (1 year ago)
What is the name of your color syntax?
Bisqwit (1 year ago)
Belleford Jonathan Cumberdict. No, seriously what kind of answer did you expect. I wrote the color scheme and the syntax rules myself.
Jacob Sagalovitch (1 year ago)
linux distro?
K4B00M (1 year ago)
Debian jessie
Rosa (2 years ago)
2:09:09 - Sleeping Stage for a for awhile lol XD the way you said that was commically intense and full of potential it's silly fantastic!.
Neonfuz (2 years ago)
Your keyboard is very clicky, is it mechanical? Alps? Buckling spring?
Neonfuz (2 years ago)
alright :p, thought that might be the case.
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
It's just close to the microphone, that is all. It is a very average rubber dome keyboard. I find nothing to complain when typing with it, but then again I am extremely adaptive in that regard. For gaming purposes it is rather bad, because its limitations on the number of simultaneously held keys are met quicker than you can say "strafe run".
Alex White (2 years ago)
So i think this is real programming, not the Kids with copy&paste snippets? ;)
Alien Encore (1 month ago)
Yep. Like 98% of the teachers on sites like Udemy could never comprehend this, even though they're charging people to learn it.
Maciej Świechowski (5 months ago)
or just Javascript Developers :D
Jomtek (1 year ago)
they must be called "Script Kiddies"
mathIsART (2 years ago)
The cadence of your voice is mesmerizing and... soothing. Almost therapeutic.
mathIsART but also uncanny
lll Name (2 years ago)
Awesome, you got my respects. Subbed
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
Thank you!
Megafan 123 (2 years ago)
Have you ever handwritten a program code? (Just for curiosity)
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
Do you mean with pen and paper? Yes, plenty of times.
marios prokopakis (2 years ago)
May I ask what is happening with bisqwit?I mean were are the new videos he told in this video?
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
If I schedule it in advance, YouTube posts the notification automatically to all subscribers. Even if I don't, I may also post it on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit .
marios prokopakis (2 years ago)
+Bisqwit Oh well I hope you will get better soon and continue making these awesome videos.Also can I ask you were do you put notifications about future programming livestreams?
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
I have been busy with real-life stuff such as a flu that has lasted several weeks. Thank you for your patience.
Nemanja Milosevic (2 years ago)
Man its funny how people from cold climates find 16C hot
Nemanja Milosevic (2 years ago)
+Bisqwit Thanks for reply,i just want to say you are one of the best programmers i ever saw,keep doing great job,thanks for inspiring me
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
Thanks. I was saying that it's not a hot day outside today, but because yesterday it was, the apartment building still retains heat and therefore it was hot in my room when I recorded.
Nemanja Milosevic (2 years ago)
19:12
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
Where did I mention 16 degrees?
ScouttedZed (2 years ago)
gawd damn. I can barely memorize what files to include without having the IDE bitch at me that i forgot to include them. .-. There was something about you optimizing the code that made me smile :D I am still a newbie, well compared to you. haha. I do have a question, right now i am learning assembly language, would it help if and when i decide to do a emulator?
Bisqwit (2 years ago)
Yes, it would help a great deal. Understanding what happens "under the hood" is vital for emulation, and being able to simulate it in your head is vital for both debugging your code / understanding how it works, and for creating an emulator. If so far you have only scraping experience with assembler programming, I might recommend to you playing a bit with TIS-100. http://store.steampowered.com/app/370360/ Although it is a very different platform compared to nearly all other CPUs in use (namely, lack of RAM and the focus on interaction between different units), it is very good at getting you to think the right way, with an instruction set that can be entirely learned in a just half an hour. (Just a couple of minutes if you ignore JRO.)

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