Conferences and me

I started this blog as a way of sharing my love of coding, music and coding music, but it only really took off when I delivered a talk on the philosophy of music (with a bit of live coding) at the London tech conference, BACON. Which also lead to a few talks at meetups, and a live-code at Music Tech Fest.

Since then I've been inspired to write down Pd recipes and share my Ruby side projects, and this has lead to a readership around the world dipping in to the site to share a little of my passion for code.

Bearing in mind how much my blog owes so much to the real-world platform of conferences, I thought it would only make sense to share these on the site.

Here I am at BACON:


Andrew Faraday - Defining Music, recreational programming and Pure Data from BACON: things developers love on Vimeo.


It's a bit cerebral, but worth listening in to. The recipe for that is in Pure Data and BACON (Part 1) and Pure Data and BACON (Part 2) and you can find that text-to-music algorithm on Github.

Also, a bit more hair-down, my intro and live-code at Music Tech Fest:


You can see me there putting an instrument together in 10 minutes, and here's the recipe: How To Make a Music Instrument in 10 Minutes


Here's a lighting talk from the Bath Ruby conference, 2015.

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