Today, Twitch has amateur musicians, home cooks, stream-of-life vloggers, and even ad hoc groups of people trying to help each other learn foreign languages. And now, you can also watch programmers programming or code.
Coding streams aren’t just about the act of programming — they also give viewers a fly-on-the-wall look at life in software development. Stop by popular streamer noopkat (Suz Hinton) and you’ll see her dealing with the usual noncoding work that’s involved with managing small open source projects, like handling pull requests. It’s a valuable insight for junior developers who might know the theory but lack the confidence to dive in.\
Youtubers also have a great way of teaching code online. or teaches you How to get a program to do all the work.