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Speaker explains to jaco how to create an application, create a virtual number, call it and have a conversation with it. Speaker wants people to sign up for a show-and-tell sign up. Speaker has been adding the preview videos from jaco taco to twitter to make sure they show up. Speaker has created a tool that allows people to share their room urls to social media messages apps. They request to join Speaker's room. Speaker allows them to share their screen.

Speaker wants people to be able to share their screen and have a text and audio chat. Speaker has enabled text-to-speech in their chat.

Speaker explains how the work session will look like and how it will work. Speaker wants rach to buy the track, support artists and spread the word about good artist. Speaker has two levels of web development tutorials. They have links to the free code can dot org and the odin project. Speaker wants to become a javascript developer advocate at vantage. They have three javascript tutorials there. They want people to try them out.

Speaker is working on a project. They have a problem with pulling data from the back end. Speaker wants to show something in the next break session. If nobody comes up, they will just listen. Speaker will see everyone 50 minutes after the hour. Speaker is going to listen to the traveling music of anthony cruz.

Speaker made a project to help them block out time to work on projects that they have been meaning to do for a long time. Speaker does ciphers on sunday's morning and afternoon evening. Each cipher consists of two types of sessions: work session and break session. Work sessions are 45 minutes of continuous focused head downs, working on your thing. Break sessions are 15 minutes. Speaker will show later.

Speaker uses speech recognition technology to turn their speech into text and create a highlight highlights video. Speaker explains how the work session is going to look like.

  • work session
  • break session
  • autoplay video
  • speech recognition api
  • click create
  • web development
  • preview video
  • text chat

Take it out, welcome back, same old place, well then since you hung up but those dreams have remade, and they turned around.

What's going on y'all?

Welcome back.

So this is the second cipher of the day and for me at least and stretch its going to stretch it out, you know, like Drinkers and I know what I did.

All right.

So like I was mentioning welcome to until it dot works.

This is a thing I made mostly for me to help me like, block out time to work on projects that I have been meaning to work on.

I like an always coming up with stuff to work on, right?

And, so I wanted to be able to set some time aside every week to just work on stuff.

And, so I did this so by doing like, these livestream things, it gives me Like a reason to be doing something, you don't mean.

So like while I am doing something like, oh let me do this live stream thing, get back to doing this.

You know, I mean, so yeah, so that's why I am here and it's mostly for me to hold myself accountable, to work on things.

So ciphers are three-hour blocks of time, right?

And, so I do two of these on my Sunday's morning and like, afternoon evening, and so each Cipher, consists of two types of sessions, there's a work session and a break session, Work sessions like 45 minutes of just continuous focused head Downs, working on your thing.

And I will show that later, but break sessions are this.

And, so I pop on 15 minutes, after the hour, talk some mess for like 15 minutes.

You can come on here and talk some mess as well, and we just get stuff done.

You know, it's also time you want to get up, walk around, you know, just because you have been working on something for like 45 minutes straight.

If you want going to go around walk around, do what you got to do, you know, just take a break, what else?

Oh yeah.

So you see the video?

My face on there.

Below that I have, if you ever join the site, and we're in the middle of a allow for autoplay video that has audio and so that's why I have like the notice saying that you may need to click play to start the stream next to that.

I have a button.

Where's his open closed caption click that space will open up and it will say, hopefully have the Most of what I am saying in there.

So I am using the speech recognition API is built into Chrome browsers, to turn my speech into text.

Alright, then we have the adequate and create a highlight highlights video.

So if there's ever anything during these break sessions where you're like, oh, that was interesting.

I thought that was cool.

You can click add a clip and that will time stamp it and give you like 5-Second Clips.

You get 55-second clips.

And then once everything is done, and before I hit the stop broadcast, just click create a highlight video and it will save Those timestamps and once everything is finished, and we're back into the work session, it takes those timestamps sends him off to the back end where I have.

Like, it will take the recorded video, cut out those timestamps, join them together.

Put it custom intro, outro and create a highlight video.

You will be able to check out later and I will show you how you can check it out.

All right, then we have a countdown timer that's kind of down to win the next work.

Session happens when that begins, and then we have, if you want to join the room, you can chat ask questions.


Now, let us talk about the work session, so this is what that's going to look like.

All right, Tonisha audio.

But I am going too anyway.

So this is what the work session will look like the background may be different, because it's the randomly selected nature.

Image that I pull from an API in the top, right?

We have the same menu that you can see now in the break session at home shop, subscribe and log, in log out, depending on your status, subscribe list, all the upcoming ciphers and you can subscribe to all of them, or Nuclear ones you will get notified when we go live.


You get notified when your life.

All right, on the other side, have an audio player and so if you want to live in some really, really good music while you're working on what you're working on.

I have a band camp player there where I asked some artists assistant submit projects I make.

And I am using a band camp player and accounts.

So if you want to buy the track, if you like that, Rach.

You want support artists, you can do that.

You can share it by spreading the word and you can also have a sweet link so you can actually tweet the track and help spread the word about good artist.

Do parts for the center.

We have a to do section where it says add a task.

That's where you put your to do, click and hit enter or the plus sign there button, and we will add it to the middle section.

You can click the text edit it.

You can click X to delete it or you can click the check box and I will send it to the done section.

Click done.

And I will show you all the things you completed.

Now, once we're over before I shut everything down, you can click the Twitter icon and that will open up Twitter with a list of all the things you got done today.

Nice little way to cap off the right and then another countdown timer over here in this column on the right.

That's kind.

When the next break session happens and again that happens 15 minutes after the hour.

Now we have tutorials, so I have like two levels there so if your brand-new to like web development and no clue what to do, but you're looking to, you know, get into it.

I have links to the free code can dot org and the Odin project from what I have seen.

What people have told me, they will give you like a like he go through them, you get like a good understanding and a base.

Like a good foundation of what it takes to do web development, right?

And from there you can make like an educated decision on whether or not you want spend more time and our money in pursuing web development.

So that's there.

Let us say you already into web development and others looking for like a quick project just to kind of try something out.

Well I want a JavaScript developer Advocate at Vantage and part of my job is kind of like taking care of tutorials, and so I have three tutorials there.

A big, I am a big fan of getting feedback, so I am just trying to get as many people to try tutorials and you know, let me know what you thought of them.

So one of them is you create an application, right?

You put in your phone number into the input box, you hit call and that will actually ring your phone and then you can have a conversation between the phone and the browser cool stuff.

Then have the opposite where you get a virtual number you call that virtual number and application.

You make, you will be able to answer the call.

And have a conversation.

Then the third one is you credit application is like two pages and one user logs into one other users login to the other one calls the other.

The other one picks up and you have a conversation.

It's I think so cool like conversing through the internet.

It's amazing.


We will talk about that later, but show-and-tell sign up.

Like I said, if you want to come up here and talk some mess, you know where we found interesting, on the whatever cool stuff.

It's just like, a quick lightning, talk 5-10 minutes, talk about which exciting to you.

And yeah, that's it.

Then over the below that, there's the Highlight box.

That is where that highlight clip that you create first, it will say status some It was being worked on and was ready to be viewed.

As a status done, have the view button and then you will be able to preview it, you can download it and you can also click a link to send a Tweet.

Now sometimes Twitter doesn't show your preview video with the link.

So I have just been downloading the videos and adding them to the Tweet so that way I know they show up.

Alright cool.

And now Jaco Taco stands for help a coder / Creator out.


And so if you were to click view, it will show you all the different hot coals that have been made.

Then you can, you can click the username, see who created it, via their Twitter or GitHub depending on where they signed in with their profile and then you can join.

Now, let us say you create, you will get a Hey form where you can enter the title and three keywords that help.

Somebody kind of get an understanding of what your room is about.

Click create, then you get an actual URL, your own unique URL that you can share to social media messages apps or what have you.

And I have this thing.

You click a link and share to Twitter now.

Join the Jaco.

Your hot cocoa.

This is what it looks like.

Has your title.

You can open the menu, you can leave the hot cocoa, we have got a text chat over on the right-hand side.

On the left-hand side, we have a countdown timer, which again comes down to when the next break session happens.

You can copy the URL to your room again and you can click the share to Twitter.

Now, when someone clicks your links and to join your room, they just don't hop into your room.

They actually request to join your room.

So those show up under pending And then you can check out their profile by clicking the username.

And again, it will either go to their Twitter or GitHub, depending on what they logged in with and you can either approve or deny them.

Based on that.

Let us say you approve them, and they turn out to be a terrible person.

You can always ban them.

So there we go.

Now as the owner of your room, right, only, you can share your screen and I said it that way for that.

Hopefully it will help other people in the room to see What it is that you're like, what you're doing and what you want feedback or what you need help with right?

And so that's the point of you being able to share your screen.

Nobody else needs to share the screen.

Just you to show what you work on.

All right, then I have the text chat.

We're again.

Just type some mints.

A message in the Box hit, send will add it to the thing.

Now I also added enable audio chat.

So anybody who has audio chat enabled real to speak and hear each other, right?

We will do here each other speaking.

That's why, I better way to say that.

And then for the people who don't have audio chat enabled all this, like the things that people are saying will be turned into text and put into The text chat so people can follow along.

Then we have enabled text-to-speech where if you're not looking at the screen, still kind of want to follow along any text messages that are sent to the text chat will be read out by your browser.

Cool, what else?

I think that's pretty much it and then you can again check out all the different tacos when you view them and I think that's it.

Cool, so not bad.

I am gone ahead of time.

I am going to get you all out of here because I am working on this project.

I showed it a little bit yesterday, so I was kind of running into an issue.

Pulling data from the back end.

It's funny because I have done it before, right?

But this one is slightly different and so it was that slight difference that threw me off.

But now that I fixed it, I feel like I understand it so much more, you know, I mean, and so that's kind of cool that I ran to.

The issue is able to fix it.

And now, I understand more about it, because before I was just like, oh, goddamn, Cool move on.

But now I kind of understand a little bit more because I was going through the documentation and reading and like, oh, I could do that and so that worked.

So that was pretty cool and enlightening now, so I want to get back to that maybe depending on how far I can get, maybe I will show it in the next break.

Otherwise, we will talk about something unless somebody want to show up and talking about something that they came across.

But yeah.

So maybe I will show something depending on how far I can get.

But then also or maybe later on No, no, there's no later on because this is the second cipher.

Never mind, maybe next week or whatever.

I don't know, but if nobody comes up, we will talk about something Tech.

And if nobody comes up again, for the second break session or the third break session because this is the first, we will just listen.

Check out artist website.

Listen to music watching videos.

Cool sounds good.

Alright, so I will see you all 15 minutes after the hour again.

Thanks for hanging out and I wish you much productivity and I will see you all later.

Going to the traveling music.

The Parting music is going to be Anthony Cruz.

AKA butter.

The track is called.

Thank you.

I want to thank you all again for hanging out and I will see you all 50 minutes after the hour.

All right, thanks again.

Here we go.

Anthony Cruz.

AKA butter.

Thank you.

All right, that sure audio.

Cool, thank y'all.

Be easy piece.

Brother was down and I was wrong.