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Ian will create a highlight video and upload it to Speaker's website. Speaker will talk about it during the work session. The work session starts at 15 minutes after the hour. There's a menu on the top, a logout log-in option, a list of upcoming ciphers and an audio player with music from band camp. Speaker has a band camp player with their tracks on it. The band can play, you can buy a track and share it on twitter.

Speaker explains to the user how to manage their tasks. Speaker recommends free code camp dot-org and odin project to anyone new to web development. Speaker is a javascript developer advocate at vantage. Speaker has three tutorials: one where you create an application and then dial a virtual number to have a conversation between the application and the browser. Speaker has created a show-and-tell sign up for people who want to talk about their projects. Speaker is working on a tool that allows one to view a video, download it and send a link to tweet. . Speaker explains how joining a jaco works. Speaker explains how to let someone in and out of the room.

Speaker has added text chat and enable audio chat to jaco. Speaker has been working on a project and is going to demonstrate it. . Speaker is going to send jabez featuring a pawnee with some traveling music. Speaker thanks everyone for hanging out. 50 minutes after the next break session there will be the next meeting. Speaker is setting the timer for 50 minutes. There are new job ads featuring a pawnee, be called.

Speaker will show a demo of what they have been working on in an upcoming break. Speaker wants to dedicate more time to their work. Speaker is in a break session during which they are able to get up, walk around and take their mind off what they are been working on for 45 minutes. There is an open closed caption and a speech-to-text translation happening.

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Take it out, welcome back that same old place that you like, well then since you hung around but those dreams everything, and they turned around, and they need you.

Hey, what's going on, y'all?

Welcome back.

All right.

Stretch real quick.

Oh yeah.

Okay so hopefully you are doing well yeah let us get into it blurry.

All right, just been working on some stuff.

I got some stuff to show.

Actually, so an upcoming break, I will show a demo of what I have been working on.

And speaking of that.

So welcome to until it dot works is a thing I created for basically me wanting to work on stuff and dedicating time to doing it.

Well, Nelson time because if I don't then I wont kind of thing.

And so by kind of like setting time aside and where I am like okay I am gonna do some live streaming stuff like there're certain events that I have to be here for so might as well work on something, so that's the whole point so created this thing.

So until the dot Works consists of ciphers and ciphers are three.

Three hour blocks of time and within each Cipher, there are two types of sessions.

There is a break session and a work session.

Right now, we're in a break session.

We're like 15 minutes.

I am just kind of be able to get up, walk around stretch, you know, kind of take your mind off what you have been working on during the work session for like 45 minutes, straight focused work, kind of thing.

And so with that, Right now, you can see the video.

So, this is again, this is the break session.

You see my face on the video.

Now, if you ever happen to the break session, like your come to the site and where the middle, the break session, the video probably won't be playing and that's because browsers don't allow for autoplay video with audio so there's that so that's why there's like a little notice saying that you may need to click play to start the stream next to that.

We have the open closed caption because right now, I have speech-to-text happening and that's through the web speech recognition API built into Chrome browsers.

And so if you click that button, a space will open up.

And hopefully the words that I am saying are going to be transcribed accurately in that box then we have the attic lip and create a highlights video if there's ever any time during one of these.

Break sessions really go?

That's kind of interesting, that's pretty cool and you kind of want to highlight it.

Well, you can add a clip by clicking add a clip.

Now, go back a few seconds and cut out a 5-Second clip, you get five of those and then if you click create a highlight video, before I can hit stop broadcast, that will save the time stamps, send them to the back end and it will take the recording of the break session, the timestamps, cut them out of the recorded.

Ian, put them together, put a custom intro, which your Twitter handle or GitHub handle and outro and you will be able to view it.

Download it, share it all that stuff, and I will talk about that during the work session.

Then there's a countdown timer counting down to in the next work.

Session starts.

Oh, whether they break sessions happen, 15 minutes after the hour.

Let us see.


And there's just And if you want to join the chat or ask a question.


So now let us talk about the work session.

Here we go.

So, I would like a whole slide presentation for that.



So this is the work session.

It may look different because the background, the background may be different because it just randomly picks some nature scene or something.

And so, we have the menu on the top, right?

So you can home shop.

Subscribe log in.

Log out depending on your login or logout subscribe has a list of all the upcoming ciphers and so you can't actually subscribe to them.

And Get notified when we go live.

On the other side towards the top, we have an audio player and it's from band camp.

And I asked if you really do producers, if they want to submit music for random products that create such as this.

And so a lot of them did, and so we have the band camp player with their tracks on there.

So if you won't listen to music while you work on what you're working on, it will just kind of go through a playlist.

Since it being a band can play, you can actually purchase a track, you can share it.

And then I added this Tweet button.

So if you want to share it on Twitter, help promote a super dope artist.

There's that towards the center, we have the to do section.

This is where you type in this is where okay, you where's?

It's at a task you, add your task, hit the + or click enter.

They will add it to this section here towards the center.

And then you're able to click the text of your tasks to edit it.

You can click the x button to delete it or you can check mark it and I will send it to the done section.

Click the word done.

It will show you all the things you completed.

Now, what's everything is over with and before again, I closed everything out.

You can click the Twitter icon and now open up Twitter with a list of all the things you got completed.

Alright, then in this column to the right, we have a countdown timer.

Again, that's kind of down to in the next break session happens.

And that happens, 15 minutes after the hour, they have you tutorials.

So if you click that, you will see I have free code camp dot-org and the Odin project listed.

So, if your brand-new to like web development, and you kind of want to just try it out from what I understand.

What I have been told, like both of those, give a good.

It, like, overall, understanding of what it takes to do, like web development.

So if you go through them, you will be able to make a more educated decision on whether or not you want to spend more time and our money in pursuing web development.

So there's that also, I have some tutorials, I am a JavaScript developer Advocate at Vantage and so part of that is kind of like overseeing the tutorials.

And, so I have three tutorials there that I think are pretty cool and one of them is you create an application, you put in a phone number and then hit, I will call and I will actually call the real world phone and you can have a conversation between the phone and the browser.

Then I have one that's the opposite where you get a virtual number from your real world phone.

You dial that virtual number and in the application you create you can answer that call and have a conversation.

Then I have one where two users like Again in two different pages of application and one can call the other and have a conversation between.

I think it's pretty amazing stuff.

So there's that.

So if you, if you are looking to maybe add something to a cool to one of your projects, you know, some communications stuff, I think there's a pretty cool or just even do it on its own.

Just kind of see how things work.

There's that as well.

Alright, Jaco and come back to, but Jaco stands for help a coder / Creator out.

And so talk about that show-and-tell sign up.

So it just doesn't have to be me appear during these break sessions.

If there's something that you found interesting or something that you're working on, you want to talk about, I like a quick lightning, talk, 5-10 minutes, please feel free, all the information on how to do that is in the show and tell sign up and then that clip that you created, it will show up under highlight and initially, it's a status submitted.

So that's one is being worked on and then was ready to be viewed as a Done and a view button will show up.

You can click the view button, go to preview the video, you can download the video and you will also be able to click link to tweet.

Tweet it out, sometimes.

Twitter shows the video as the preview video but I have just been attaching them.

I have been downloading them and attaching them because I post them to Instagram anyway.

So just to make sure that they show up in the video.

And in the tweet, I attached the video.

Alright, so now Jaco against answer, help a coders lash Creator out.

If you click on view, you be able to see all the hot coals have been created.

You can click the Creator's name and it will either open up Twitter or GitHub depending on where they logged in with.

So you can check out more of their stuff and then you will be able to join now.

Let us say you create a Jaco, you'd fill out a form with the title and three keywords.

So things that will help somebody who was viewing kind of understand what's going on with your Michael right, you click create without do is generate a unique URL that you can copy the URL or click the share to Twitter.

And they will have people be able to, like, click the link and to get to your Jaco.

So, you join your Jaco, this is what it looks like.

There's the Title and you can leave the room, you can open the menu.

Here's a text chat to the side to the right, to the left, side of the screen, we have a countdown timer.

Again, that's kind down to in the next break session happens.

You can copy the URL.

Again, you click the share Twitter again.

Now, when someone clicks that link, they just don't hop into your room.

They actually request to join your room, right?

And so when they do that, they will show up under pending, you will be able to click their username.

Open up Twitter or GitHub, depending on what they logged in with and see if they're the type of person you want to let into your room, then you can approve or deny them.

Let us say you approve them, right?

They tried to be a terrible person.

You can always band them.

Cool, what else?

Oh, yes.

So now you as the owner of the hakko, only, you can share your screen.

And I added that because if you can show people in the Jaco, what it is that you're running into or to thing that you want to get feedback, I believe you will be able to get the solution or the actual like critiques that you want.

So again, just more context to the people trying to help out.

So that's why that's there, cool then.

This is a text chat, so here you can.

Text chat.

I also added enable audio chat.

So whoever has that enabled real to speak and hear each other but for people who don't have that enabled, the text would be turned in the speech will be turning the text and be sent to the text chat so people can still follow along.

I also added the kind of like the opposite enable text to speech.

So if you're not looking at the screen and you still kind of want to follow along all the text, messages will be read out of Out.

All right, cool.

I think that's it.

And then yeah, you be able to see the different tacos.

Alright, I think that's pretty much everything cool.

Now, like I said, I have been working on this project, and so I am going to demonstrate it, there's like a whole thing and so came out pretty good, you know, and it seemed to work so somebody other than me did it and it worked.

So and then, somebody else also did it came up with an error.

Our I fix that error I think and so yeah so this has been that was for something I did pretty quickly.

Think it worked out pretty good.

So stop sharing my screen.

And yeah, so when we come back I will probably demo that.

And then again if anybody wants to show and tell please do otherwise for the final break session of the cipher.

We will take a look at an artist's website, listens to music watching videos, you know, and so learn more about it artist.

All right.

So I think that's going to be it.

I am going to send you all off with some traveling music.

This is new Jabez featuring a Pawnee.

Be the track is called, thank you.

Can I want to thank you all again for hanging out And yeah, so it's a next.

So 50 minutes after our again is the next break session.

So till then I wish you much productivity and I will talk to you all later.

Just setting this timer now.

Come on, here we go.

Alright, so, thanks again.

See, you all later.

50 minutes after the hour and hopefully everything works out.

All right, new job ads, featuring a Pawnee, be chunks called.

Thank you, talk to you later.

It's moving opportunity.