April Fool's may be over, but once we set up a system to react every time someone typed Command+C, we realized there was also an opportunity to learn about how people use our site. Here’s what we found.
During our second session, we learned how to transform arrays into Bouncing Balls. In this session, we will take the principles of loops and arrays we used to create 100 ellipses bouncing around the canvas and learn how to adapt them to fit within in an object-oriented approach. We will start from the basics and…
The jumping off point for exploring quantum computing is to understand that while many of the principles are counterintuitive, the classical universe we know and love is but a mere shadow of the quantum fabric of reality. To get a feel for that fundamental difference we will walk through an example that helps to illustrate the power of quantum computation.
Part 4 In this session, we will make our p5.js sketches interactive! Together with Morgan, we will work on the Generative Art Creator project using the p5.js web editor! We will make a tool to create, control, and combine generative works of art inspired by early media artists, such as John Whitney and Vera Molnar.…
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I’m writing this blog post to share an update on our product-led SaaS transformation, which I’ve discussed in a series of posts over the course of the last year. It’s been a year of transformational change for all types of companies, Stack Overflow included. We are fortunate to have seen great growth from Stack Overflow…
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Git branches allow you to keep different versions of your code cleanly separated. Here's a look at how they work and why you should know about them.
In this session, Cassie Tarakajian joins us to talk about all things p5.js, the Processing Foundation, and open source software.