The Live Coders Team Members Build a ChatBot for the GitHub Twitch Channel

GitHub DevRels @MishManners and @bdougieYO Live-stream While Creating a ChatBot
By: The Live Coders
 
PHILADELPHIA - Feb. 4, 2021 - PRLog -- Teaching others how to code is at the heart of The Live Coders stream team. Learn the basics of the GitHub API and how to combine that with Twitch from members of The Live Coders, @Mishmanners and @bdougieYO, both of whom work on the GitHub DevRel team. February 4th at 7:00pm PST The Live Coders team members will create a ChatBot while streaming live. The goal is to show viewers how to integrate GitHub and the Twitch streaming platform. This will be a learning experience for developers of all levels and skillsets.

The Live Coders are always working on new projects, apps, features, games, and more. Their mission is to support Coders/Developers/Technologists who are also Content Creators. The team provides a positive, encouraging environment for team members to grow professionally and personally.

Developers of all skillsets should attend the free online event, as well as anyone who live-codes on Twitch, and anyone working on GitHub who wants to engage their audience on Twitch.

Register here: https://www.meetup.com/GitHub-Virtual-Meetup/events/27601..., then join in at the GitHub Twitch channel to learn about technology for free.

Said @MishManners, "There are lots of really cool interactions with Twitch and not much that is targeted towards GitHub. Developers are capable of making the best engaging experiences on Twitch because devs can simply build any tool they like. So we're building one for GitHub. We want people to be able to engage with their fanbase outside of Twitch. For example, how many times do you have followers come in chat and their Twitch usernames aren't anything like their GitHub user names? If you have followers star a repo or interact with your GitHub account while you are live-streaming, then you should both be rewarded. It's like notifications on stream, but for GitHub instead of just Twitch!"

During the live-stream, chat on Twitch (https:twitch.tv/GitHub). After the stream, engage with streamers on the GitHub Forums where they'll answer questions, share links, etc. Join the forum: https://github.community/t/attended-making-twitch-bots-th....

Follow both streamers on Twitch and Twitter:
Brian: https://twitter.com/BdougieYO and https://www.twitch.tv/bdougieyo
Mish: https://twittter.com/MishManners and https://www.twitch.tv/MishManners

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The Live Coders is a group of technologists who are also broadcasters who write code while live-streaming on Twitch, giving them a chance to teach viewers and share their expertise. The Live Coders can be found at their website https://livecoders.dev and their team page on Twitch can be found at https://twitch.tv./livecoders.

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