Circle Patterns, by Alex Beim. See more of Alex’s Processing experiments in this Flickr set.
I was as surprised as anyone to look at the calendar yesterday and see that we’ve left summer behind. It’s September, the days are getting shorter, school is back in session, and soon the shorts will go back into the drawer. This (former) summer saw my first experiments with holding day-long Processing workshops in my house/church/studio. I’m happy to say that they were a success. We managed to cover a lot of ground in a short period of time, and I like to think that everyone who attended left with some excitement about creating with code. I’ve been very happy to see a lot attendees continuing their work with Processing. You can see one example from Alex Beim at the top of this post, and a few more from Dave Shea below.
I’ve decided to carry on with the workshops into the Fall. The next Introduction to Processing workshop will be held on Saturday, September 12th. The next Processing for Web Developers workshops (or Processing Level 2) will be held on Saturday, October 3rd.
Worth noting is the discount system – if you are a student, you get 10% off. If you refer someone else, you get 10% off (refer 2, get 20%). If you’ve already taken a workshop with me, you get another 10% off. I feel like I should make an infomercial!
Space is limited for both workshops, so please get in touch with me if you’d like to reserve a spot. For more details, please check out the workshops page.