Two Perspectives – Episode 3

Published by Tim on Wednesday July 21, 2021

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

Hello friends!

Not only from my own experience, but also from years of teaching at different universities, I know how difficult it is to overcome the first obstacles in the learning process of Creative Coding. Unfortunately, many creatives already fail when choosing the right technology or when searching for suitable resources on the Internet. Others have great prejudices against programming itself and are enormously inhibited to engage in it. These are the topics of the third episode of my podcast “Two Perspectives”, which I started a few months ago together with my friend Patrik Hübner to share our perspectives on the field of creative programming.

Tune in on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or twoperspectives.de!

Have fun!

Tim

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