Much of my spare time, when I'm not consulting or speaking at conferences, is spent hacking on code for continued learning. So I decided to share the experience with others, through tutorial videos, who might also find it helpful?
I try to make the YouTube videos as high quality as I can, while the live streams on Twitch will not always be polished because I'm stream them as I'm learning something. But I'll try to make them as useful as possible.
My hope is to help others learn through my bumblings. I'm not the best programmer, but I enjoy sharing what I know.
Watch LIVE when I'm recording: https://www.twitch.tv/beachcasts
Watch past episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Beachcasts
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Below is a handy list of equipment I use for production, and Amazon links to pick it up. These links are affiliate links that support the channel, while not adding any cost to you. Thank you.
Or you can view all my various equipment lists at Beachcasts at Kit.co
If you enjoy Beachcasts programming videos, and want to help Adam Culp create more content, here are some options. Thank you very much for your support.
For a nice list of equipment I use in my studio, and to support the channel if you make any purchases (doesn't cost you a thing), visit my kit at kit.co: Beachcasts Studio items on Kit.co
I use TubeBuddy to help me optimize my content on YouTube. I've found the software useful, and you might also. Click the following link and download a copy for yourself. TubeBuddy