## Celebrating Processing

Processing.org is the to-go place for all autodidacts to learn creative coding and this weekend it is celebrating its 20th birthday Simon and his friends Abhay and Sarvagya have made … Continue reading Celebrating Processing

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# Category: live stream

## Celebrating Processing

## Simon Shares his Derivatives Tricks: Visualizing Calculus

## Trig is About Circles

## A Beautiful Universe by Professor Cumrun Vafa World Science Scholars Live Session

## New Friends. New Horizons.

## Sound Wave Simulation

## More Stephen Wolfram and Brian Greene

## Simon’s Corona Epidemic Simulation Code Along Project

## Live Session with Stephen Wolfram and the Wolfram Demo Project, World Science Scholars.

## How Simon takes part in the Coding train live sessions

## Simon’s Random Number Generator

## Always listen to Simon!

Processing.org is the to-go place for all autodidacts to learn creative coding and this weekend it is celebrating its 20th birthday Simon and his friends Abhay and Sarvagya have made … Continue reading Celebrating Processing

It never seizes to mesmerize me how Simon sees math. So many times has he solved math problems or proved theorems relying on visual, geometric illustrations instead of bluntly applying … Continue reading Simon Shares his Derivatives Tricks: Visualizing Calculus

Simon’s really proud of himself for being helpful during The Coding Train’s tutorial recording sessions. He hopes to have converted Dan Shiffman to approach trigonometry as something about circles, not … Continue reading Trig is About Circles

Simon enjoyed the informal interaction during the live session, even though he had been a little critical about the course. He always tunes in better once it gets less formal. … Continue reading A Beautiful Universe by Professor Cumrun Vafa World Science Scholars Live Session

Thanks to the lock-down, Simon’s got new friends. For a little over a month now, he has been part of exciting daily discussions, challenging coding sessions and just playing together … Continue reading New Friends. New Horizons.

Simon created a string simulation or a simulation of a traveling wave, something he used to experiment with using a slinky. Pressing the F key flattens the wave, the T … Continue reading Sound Wave Simulation

What has been your silver lining during this COVID-19 crisis so far, in terms of self-directed learning? Simon is happy that Grant Sanderson, Stephen Wolfram and Brian Greene all have … Continue reading More Stephen Wolfram and Brian Greene

At the beginning of April, Simon started working on his COVID-19 epidemic simulation project, implementing a number of scenarios (like various degrees of hygiene, quarantine, social distancing), explaining his code … Continue reading Simon’s Corona Epidemic Simulation Code Along Project

Simon has completed the course A New Kind of Science with Stephen Wolfram and the World Science Scholars program. Which doesn’t mean he is done with digging deep into Wolfram’s … Continue reading Live Session with Stephen Wolfram and the Wolfram Demo Project, World Science Scholars.

Every live session Daniel Shiffman mentions Simon several times, usually because Simon gives good feedback/ advice. On the other end, Simon is invigorated and jumping about the room. Sometimes resulting … Continue reading How Simon takes part in the Coding train live sessions

This one’s back from mid-October, forgot to post here. Simon created a random number generator that generates a frequency, and then picks it back up. Then, it calculates the error … Continue reading Simon’s Random Number Generator

Just a funny piece from a member-only Coding Train session 😉