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Prince Phaze101

Posts 1
22 Jul 2021 19:37


I am in if there is more space.


Chuck E.

Posts 6
22 Jul 2021 23:18


Definitely interested, I hope I'm not too late to sign up. I just got home from work and saw this.
 
  As much as we've talked about everyone's wishes for a class in the Discord I'm not sure there's much else to be said.

Looks like 8pm CET is about 1pm Here in Oklahoma city
 
  Chuck England (Wildstar1063 on Discord).
 


Andrew Miller

Posts 318
23 Jul 2021 03:37


I know this has been asked, but will the video be available for download/ viewing after the class? It will be helpful for everyone, even if they have watched live.


Rollef 2000

Posts 23
23 Jul 2021 08:25


If no video is announced, more people join in live.
More people is better.


Kamelito Loveless

Posts 206
23 Jul 2021 08:35


It is limited to 20 attendees.


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5474
23 Jul 2021 08:37


Kamelito Loveless wrote:

It is limited to 20 attendees.

We evaluate right now to do this on Youtube with more viewers.
I think we not need to limit the number


Hugo Pereira

Posts 65
23 Jul 2021 09:07


IMHO, I think it's a good idea to run the sessions on Youtube.
That way they will automatically be available to be viewed and reviewed later, and the audience will be bigger.
And in this way we show the beauty of Amiga to more people!


Chuck E.

Posts 6
23 Jul 2021 12:38


I'm on my way to work, but I would like to say that I agree the YouTube live stream would be the better method, as it does not limit your viewership and allows the live stream to be recorded for later viewing, by people who can't make it to the class during the hours you are on. If you do the YouTube live stream make sure and put links to the sources and other information in the description.

Also, you should specify that everyone is using the same tools during the class to make it easier for the instructor to give directions. If we are all using different tools it's going to make things more difficult than is necessary.

Chuck E.


Andrew Miller

Posts 318
28 Jul 2021 16:19


Any further info on the course?


Cego 1200

Posts 43
28 Jul 2021 18:30


Gunnar von Boehn wrote:

Kamelito Loveless wrote:

  It is limited to 20 attendees.
 

  We evaluate right now to do this on Youtube with more viewers.
  I think we not need to limit the number

good idea! i'll definatly watch it :)


Andrew Miller

Posts 318
30 Jul 2021 12:27


It's Friday, any update on tomorrow's programming course? Is it happening?


Andrew Miller

Posts 318
31 Jul 2021 12:28


Any update on this?


Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5474
31 Jul 2021 12:33


Today first online coding session can be seen here:
 

EXTERNAL LINK 
 
We will start at 20:00 CET (Central European Time)
Class durarion 1.5 to 2.0 hours
 


Andrew Miller

Posts 318
31 Jul 2021 21:19


Well that was really good, looking forward to the next one.


Tim Noyce

Posts 116
31 Jul 2021 21:23


Agree on both .. :)



Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5474
31 Jul 2021 21:24


Thanks everyone for joining.

Next time we will explain in detail the CPU and the 68K instruction set, and we will start write some programs.

If you have questions, or comments or feedback to todays course, then please post them here and I will answer them.


Theo Theoderich

Posts 9
31 Jul 2021 21:31


Das war richtig gut und hat echt Laune gemacht Dir zuzuhören.
Deine Erklärungen per Stift und Papier waren sehr hilfreich und besser, als eine Bildschirmfreigabe und Powerpoint :-)

It was really good and I really enjoyed listening to you.
Your explanations via pen and paper were very helpful and better than screen sharing and PowerPoint :-)


Manfred Bergmann

Posts 211
01 Aug 2021 10:54


Gunnar von Boehn wrote:

Today first online coding session can be seen here:
 

Excellent!


Hugo Pereira

Posts 65
01 Aug 2021 12:14


Theo Theoderich wrote:

Das war richtig gut und hat echt Laune gemacht Dir zuzuhören.
  Deine Erklärungen per Stift und Papier waren sehr hilfreich und besser, als eine Bildschirmfreigabe und Powerpoint :-)
 
  It was really good and I really enjoyed listening to you.
  Your explanations via pen and paper were very helpful and better than screen sharing and PowerPoint :-)

I fully agree. The explanations were simple and straightforward and the analogies fantastic. I'm looking forward to the 2nd class.


Kamelito Loveless

Posts 206
01 Aug 2021 12:36


Yep analogies were good and explana  nice but PC evolved and they can do thing on the GPU directly even back then scrolling were possible on PC using mode X but very few games used it, the majority used brute force.

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