I'm organizing, speaking, and lurking at in-person and remote events (online and in Barcelona).
Here's some of my current knowledge sharing live events projects...
Live book club
Curious Coders videocast & podcast, AKA webcast
RichStoneIO knowledge sharing casts
Live Streaming Code
If you have ever been to a developer live event, like a conference or workshop, you might have noticed that live coding is one the most fun, exciting and unpredictable happening that's out there. It's feared by presenters because it always breaks when someone's looking. It's loved by the viewers for its interactivity and learning effects. WYSIWYG.
Live streams as hangouts
Live streams are an awesome place to meet some friends, old and new, and chat with them.
If you want even more interactivity, some streamers offer slots where "non-lurkers" can meet in a video or audio room (like Zoom or Telegram) as part of the stream.
Live stream coding as an educational experience
As a professional poker player ♠️ back in the days, I've made the experience that it is one of the most powerful educational experiences when you watch someone play and have them explain their thoughts and processes while they are succeeding and failing in front of your eyes.
I believe that with coding live streams we can achieve a similar effect if we put some thought into organizing the stream's format and frames.
I'm experimenting with combining interactivity with the viewers (in a pair/mob programming style) with a video course type of experience (explaining concepts and ideas on the way) while working on small programs (with a complexity size that fits in everyone's brain).