Tag: video

Customer Driven Marketing

I’ve been working on SearchWP 4 for the past few months. It’s so close to being done. That means I’m spending time these days working on all of the content updates that have to happen on the website to reflect the changes. This process has allowed me to regroup on the site. A full redesign […]

Posted: May 13, 2020

Creative Programming Videos from Daniel Shiffman

I really like watching videos about programming. I especially like watching videos about programming I don’t do every day. I think it helps my brain subliminally realize the world is bigger than the WordPress theme I’m working on right now. My latest fascination is Daniel Shiffman‘s YouTube channel, [Undefined]. I don’t even recall how I stumbled on the channel, […]

Posted: December 14, 2016

5 Minute Physics by David DeSandro

David DeSandro is a long time hero of mine, but this is the first I’ve seen a talk by him. It’s a killer five minutes that’s worth your time. The physics of animation is one of those things that feels small until you play with something that got it wrong. Then it all feels wrong. […]

Posted: June 02, 2015

15 Sorting Algorithms in 6 Minutes

It’s strange now that I think about it, but seeing an illustration of how various sorting algorithms worked was a foundational part of my pursuing programming. It blew my mind that there were so many ways to “solve” the same problem. Well, what I saw a long time ago was a bunch of animated GIFs. […]

Posted: November 15, 2013

iPhone 5 website teardown

iPhone 5 website teardown: How Apple compresses video using JPEG, JSON, and. This is simply fascinating. Apple has some of the most innovative people working there. Honestly I didn’t even give the page being analyzed a second look but I’m really glad to have stumbled upon this link because the implementation is genius. The goal […]

Posted: October 16, 2012

Adobe roadmap for the Flash runtimes

Adobe roadmap for the Flash runtimes | Adobe Developer Connection. This is an interesting skim-through. It looks like Adobe is going to shift Flash into focusing on gaming and “premium” video for the next decade. I can understand wanting to hold on to gaming, as the HTML5 game development space has

Posted: February 23, 2012