CodeProject.TV is our technical training marketplace that enables training providers and individual educators to share their knowledge through short, high-quality videos. We built it for us because we are bad at commitments and have no spare time, so it's short 5-10 mins training videos for less than the price of a coffee. No subscriptions, no need to buy full courses. Just take what you need, when you need it.
At last check we're going to have nearly 1,000 videos on offer from some amazing partners who are covering ASP.NET, Java, HTML5, Ruby on Rails and tons more. For the past few weeks our patient and forgiving beta testers have been giving it a workout and on Tuesday it's your chance. It's a whole new way to grab training videos. We hope you love it, but most importantly we hope CodeProject.TV helps you.
This forum is for you to posts suggestions, comments, feedback and bugs. Let us know what you like, what you love, and what you'd like changed.
Okay I've seen many messages on CodeProject about "I need X done now" except most of those ask for someone on CodeProject to do some serious work - this isn't one of those messages. Long and short of this is that I have a research project I have to submit by 4pm tomorrow afternoon for my school and I would like to use CodeProject.tv to host the videos (I'd prefer CodeProject rather than having to use YouTube!)
Anyway so I have created the videos and uploaded and created the course etc. but I'm now wondering how long the review time for videos usually is? Any chance someone could quickly review the videos and either accept/reject them so I know if I need to use YouTube or not?
The videos (and series) are all titled/start title with "From A-Level Maths to Fast Fourier Transforms".
Thanks very much! (..for any response to this message :P ) Ed
I would first like to thanks to everyone who had involved to beget this idea.
I personally like to see video to understand some technical concept rather reading a big article.
For that purpose I had to go you tube and search for the technical videos or sometime watch Microsoft Channel 9 videos or tech add videos. However, I liked the concept of Code Project TV and would like to thanks once again to everyone here.
I liked if I switched the tab it still runs the video. So that suppose I only want to listen the audio and to work on some other urgent Tab in browser then I can do that its really helpful and better than youtube.
I like the little non-intrusive icon to jump to codeproject.tv on the top right corner. But I would like to suggest a quick launch menu next to the main CP Logo. and when you click it you have 2 choices, CodeProjecct.TV and RootAdmin. and This same menu will appear on all the 3 sites with different choices for quick access.
If I am not clear, then please take a look at Gizmodo[^]. The down arrow next to the Gizmodo Logo provides quick access to their other sites.
C'mon guys .... How Do I get from Code project home page to Code project TV ? As an eager beaver wishing to give it a whirl the only way I found was to select a video I dod not want to see and then I could see a different URL. Shouldnt there be a link off the code project home page to a code project TV landing page ? Could be me , there could be some huge button right in the middle with flashing neon lights , but I cant see it .
Thanks for the kick, Andrew. This is a classic case of UI myopia. We have been working on CodeProject.TV for a while now and so the CodeProject.TV[^] URL is embedded in our brains and we never, for a second, thought that the URL would be hard to find or guess.
I'm making the "CodeProject.TV" heading on the homepage link directly to CodeProject.TV's homepage.