I want to try streaming competitive programming. The goal is to make it educational so I will be talking a lot, also answering (at least some) questions.
I'm planning three completely different streams to see what format to use:
- Solving random easy-medium problems.
- Solving old problems from Polish olympiad.
- Post-contest stream, assuming I'm a setter or tester of a contest. Similar to what scott_wu, ecnerwala and stevenkplus did.
Any thoughts, ideas?
The first stream will most likely be on Sunday, starting around 7-8pm CEST. I will use Twitch and talk in English only. These first streams should show me and you whether it's cool and useful, and whether I like doing it.
Also, I will try to make the video accessible later.
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The second stream on Sunday evening, with problems from POI 22, round 1. You can try to solve them yourself first — link. I will do problems from POI in a few days.
I will start today at 19:35 CEST (check your timezone) and I will talk about hard problems from this year TCO qualification rounds. If I do well in SRM today, I can start with problems from the round first. So, the main topic is hard DP problems, I guess. I prefer to stream on Youtube today, but I have some difficulties. I will announce here where the stream will happen. If someone has experience with Youtube live, please write to me.
I will stream on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBr_Fu6q9iHYQCh13jmpbrg.
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SRM was moved by one hour, so my stream will start at 20:35 CEST.