Simply put facilitates developers to stream live video of themselves coding, and users watching can ask questions or give feedback.
Since launching a beta in February, Livecoding has seen 40,000 people sign up across 162 countries. Users have streamed in a variety of spoken languages, including Portuguese, Russian, and German, as well as coding languages, including C#, Python, and PHP. Anyone who wants to stream about coding can do so, from expert coders to first time coders. You can follow individual users and receive notifications when they start a new live stream.

Well-known programmer and physicist Stephen Wolfram, promoted his new programming language Wolfram Language on Livecoding last week with a demonstration which had a viewership of more than 4,000. For less experienced coders, there are plenty of coding tutorials available online, but engaging with expert coders and watching their progress in real time could be much more educational. “Live education is the key to the future” Green says. “Verticals like design could be very interesting to engage with this model.”
As of now, is completely free for users. Green says the site will never have advertisements, but may charge a subscription fee in the future for more structured content.

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