Probably the content of this post will be completely different if I remove the “&” character from the title, but my intention is not to talk about sound synthesis or sound production which in some aspects could be something extremely boring.
A few days ago I gave a lecture at Universidad de Castilla La Mancha (Cuenca, Spain) and I started presenting two different ways to understand the essence of programming, a methodical way and a fun way using as example some YouTube videos that explain the “bubble” sort algorithm.
I realise that none of them distill it down to a simple chart of what’s happening plus none of them was representing one of my main interests nowadays, “The Sound of things”. Today I found this video which would probably have been a better option to start the lecture:
I ended up the lecture by showing a more trivial, fun and interesting way of “compiling code”:
Today October 22, 2010 at 8:20 AM I’m obsessed with the idea of how something such as “Facebook” sounds like…