Hey everyone. I wanted to give you an update on my videos. I will be releasing videos on threading and multiprocessing within the next week. Thanks so much for your patience. I currently have a temporary recording studio setup at my Airbnb that will allow me to record and edit the threading/multiprocessing videos. I am going to be moving into my new house in 10 days and once I have my recording studio setup then you can expect much faster video releases. I really appreciate how patient everyone has been while I go through this move, especially those of you who are contributing monthly through YouTube
For those of you who don’t know, I recently quit my previous job and will now be doing tutorials on YouTube full-time. In this video, we discuss what to expect now that this is a full-time job, and also some details about how all this will work. Thanks again to all of you who made it possible to do what I love full-time.
In this Channel Update, we will be looking back on 2017 and what we’ve done this year. We will also be looking forward to 2018 and discussing the future plans for this channel. This year was the best year for this channel yet and I can’t thank you all enough. I have plenty planned for the future and I look forward to putting out great tutorials next year!
In this video I’ll give a quick update with the current status of the channel. We are rapidly approaching 5000 subscribers and I would like to give a big ‘Thank You’ to everyone who has subscribed. I’ll also go over my plans for future videos, and also we will look at the book giveaway that is taking place on my website.
To participate in the book giveaway, you can enter here:
You get 1 entry for being a subscriber and can earn up to 9 additional entries by visiting me on social media and referring friends to participate in the giveaway.
At times, you may want to record sound from your computer’s speakers. The best way to do this is to use the audio output from your speakers as your input device in the recording software of your choice. You do not need a mic or any special equipment to do this. Just follow these instructions: