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What is best from the audience point of view?

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@neauoire I will actually perform live coding, so code will be shared live during the performance. But what I mean by “explaining” is telling what it does under the hood, for a non-techie audience, motivation and inspirations. @xuv

@raphael @neauoire I think, what we're saying, is: make it part of the performance.

@xuv @raphael @neauoire ça me rappelle les conférences/performances de Julien Maire - y'a pas de code, mais y'a un mélange de "faire" quelque chose en révélant (une partie) de la machinerie, tout expliquant des choses (pas toujours directement connectées). Mais je connais peu de personnes qui font ça aussi bien ;)

@raphael I don't think most people care about what goes on behind the scenes, so long as the output is good. If they really want to know, it would be nice to have the opportunity to know at all. The time for that doesn't matter really, so long as it's not part of the performance.

@wizard The performance is live-coding, showing what happens is part of the performance itself. “Explanations” will be about the creative process. Maybe the audience doesn’t care about that last one indeed.

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