Part of my job as a Developer Evangelist means I spend a lot of time live coding publicly. Mainly this is on the live-streaming platform Twitch, but also at conferences, customer training, and demos. Because my job doesn't involve all coding all the time, a lot of the things I end up coding are either incredibly complex, incredibly simple, or even throw-away. I've done so much live coding in public that it's skewed my programming reality to a wondrous degree. Join me in this session as I relay habits I've learned to help myself with my project-hopping ways, tools I turn to again and again, and just how many times I've managed to reveal a live API key to a live-coding audience.

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Always inspiring, whatever he talks about.

Gene Surov at 10:13 on 19 May 2022

Great talk by Gary!
It had very practical advices for our everyday programming work.
Awesome slides with cool pictures and even videos!
Enjoyed it a lot. Thanks, Gary!

James Titcumb at 10:13 on 19 May 2022

Great warm up and insight to what makes Gary's process tick ✅

dParadiz at 10:13 on 19 May 2022

Entertaining

Really cool talk, perfect opener for the conference!

A great talk, a fresh view on how a developer should show himself and its work with live streaming

inspiring

Fun and informative

Gregor Novak at 08:57 on 20 May 2022

Fun and informative.

Great fun to watch and very entertaining with useful information. I especially liked the suggestion of using ngrok to simply provide a public webhook endpoint mapping to the local development environment. 💪🏻🍍🍕

Matteo Contri at 09:31 on 20 May 2022

humble and funny, the talk was a hopping through various topics, but easy to follow. Great.

Light talk and entertaining

Very interesting, super warm up!

Even though the content wasn't anything groundbreaking, the delivery more than made up for that. Good keynote overall.