I’ve taken a nice long break from streaming and I’m ready to start broadcasting again. So to get people back in the mood, I’ve setup a Public Team Speak 3 server. It’s very similar to my old vent server. Only I can host at least 32 people instead of 8.
All you need to do is go here: http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads and get the client for your platform. Then connect to my server here: voice.tbigman.com from within the client. Simple as that.
For now I will try to be on the server for a bit each day. So get your client and come talk about what you want to see on the broadcasts.
I’ve decided to learn how to program in c++. I’m tired of looking for a program only to find that it has not been written yet, or worse. It only works on windows. I may sound a bit noob-ish, but why can’t all programs work on your OS of choice. Now before you go off on me. I know why. I just don’t agree with the reason. So I will learn how to write my own and make sure that they are made available to anyone who wants them. I’ve started by getting my computer setup to be able to write and compile the code. I’m running Linux Mint 12 “Lisa” 64 bit. I’ve installed Code::Blocks. http://www.codeblocks.org/
It was quite easy to get it all configured with the GNU C++ compiler. I was even able to get my very first program to run without errors.
The next step is to actually learn how to design and write a program that will be useful. I’m really looking forward to learning something new. I will keep you all posted of my progress.
Thanks for reading.