# Cozy Time

Cozy Time

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This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we continue the theme from the previous video by applying class compartmentalization to some code that we had worked on before.

I actually got everything working last time, so no need for an epilogue.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we look at classes as the next abstract level of compartmentalization within Object Oriented Programming, their uses, and how you can use them to make your life easier for future projects.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we wrap up this episode by doing a recap and tying loose ends from Parts One and Two.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss some of the more extended uses of methods by which you can use arguments to import variables with values into a method and you can return values.

In this second part, we further utilize methods to create a working program that allows for a user to input the number of random numbers to be generated and the range of numbers between 1 and up to ten thousand. To do this, we expand upon ideas that we have looked at in previous videos.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss some of the more extended uses of methods by which you can use arguments to import variables with values into a method and you can return values.

Note: While I said this was going to be a "short" video at the beginning, I got a bit out of hand. This episode will be split into two parts with a shorter epilogue to follow. This first part covers the basics without getting into too many applicable uses.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss a lot of things. The primary topic is how to finally break out of our "main" method and declare other methods of our own. To get to that point, however, we will learn things about multi-conditional If-statements utilizing "or" (||) functions and "and" (&&) functions (though, you won't see the and function on the video, but I assure you it does exist). Additionally, we will discuss input validation and how to use it to prevent errors in your code every time you require an human-generated input.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss error handling and some of the features that allow you to catch, attempt, diagnose, troubleshoot, and clean up potential errors that can occur in your code.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss arrays and how you can use them to group like-values in a single variable. You can also use them in conjunction with a for loop to make your code more efficient.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss loops and how to use them to extend the capabilities of your code.

Thanks to @i3utm for recommending this topic; thank you for the shout out. Please check out his content here: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/NLpy4o7bRX04/

In this video, I begin with the idea that our hardware has reached a natural boundary contrary to Moore's law. As a result, I postulate the following thing will occur:
1) Expansive scalability of hardware due to the reduced price of older technologies in spite of Moore's Law.
2) Drastically improved software as a reaction to such scalability; rapid proliferation of cloud-based technologies and consolidation of abstracted protocols according to the OSI model.
3) An "Ivory Tower" era of quantum computing extending anywhere from 50-75 years by which the demand for "binary" IT skills is reduced and "quantum" IT skills skyrocket among a specialized and blessed few, ordained by multinational, multi-billion dollar corporations.

I wrote a program called "Peep", the Poor Man's Dominion, to simulate voting irregularities that have been (allegedly) determined to be the cause of a weighted system applied by Dominion Voting Software as per Dr. Shiva's findings. I also simulate cases in which paper ballots are invalidated due to being marked on in sharpie rather than pen, and what it looks like when a 4am ballot dump occurs like what had (allegedly) happened in Detroit.

Disclaimer: I do not know, nor do I claim to know, anything about the nature, source code, or operation of Dominion Voting Software or Systems. I am using the word "allegedly" in a lot of cases in order to avoid legal liability.

A couple of weeks ago, I riffed on Nickelodeon/Viacom for fixing their "Kid's Choice" vote for the 2020 Presidential Election. You can find the video here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/CqzoOHSrYrHI/ . However, I was not expecting that our recent election would be handled in the same manner.

As the meme goes: "What if there never were Red States and Blue States? There were just Red States and Dominion States"
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This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss switch statements and the fairly limited number of opportunities you can use them in.

It has been a very long week for a lot of us and sometimes we just need to rant; there is a lot on everyone's mind. Grab yourself a blanket, a hot beverage, and get in front of the fireplace. We're like PBS, but with spicy memes.

That wasn't a threat, that was a promise. Based on real historical events. Viewer discretion is advised.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss the role of random number generators, how to set one up, how it can be useful, and even touch on other purposes behind Class Math (java.Math).

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss if-else statements, the conditions you can apply to them, and how you can use them to enhance your ability to code.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, I cover the five mathematical operators, how they can be used, in addition to (pardon the pun) incrementing and decrementing variables to get different outputs.

A cross-platform re-upload on Bitchute in the event the YouTube video gets wiped. TL;DW: Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai and another expert comb through the results of the 2020 election and determine that an algorithm within the Dominion ballot scanning software will flip votes to Biden once Trump pulls forward in a lead. This is not the only element of the current (alleged) fraud that has occurred during the recent election, but it is a large portion affecting hundreds of thousands, if not millions of votes.

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This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, I cover the various types of variables and how they can be sorted by data type. I also explain what each data type is used for and the likelihood you would need to use it. I also explain what the convention (or best practice) is for naming variables in your code and why this convention exists.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss why commenting is important to developing understanding of how your code works when working on a program as an absolute beginner or working as part of a software development team. Also, we discuss how the computer understands the code and in what order it is executed.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we discuss how "class System" is used to produce input and outputs to a command line environment. We also discuss the flow by which the computer reads and executes code (to an extent) in addition to how to set String variables and the things you can do with them.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we cover the basics about what you need to get started.

There are other IDEs, but I use Eclipse because it is free to use and is widely accessible to anyone regardless of OS.

Note: You might notice an audio difference between operating systems. Some done in Windows, some done in Linux.

This series is for those who want to learn how to code. In this video, we cover the difference between a Java project, package, class, and main method. We also write our first program, called "Hello, World."

I swear I have done this before; it's apparent that the way the newest version of Eclipse on Windows organizes its files in a slightly different way than what I am used to. If you see it done differently, tell me in the comment section and I will dedicate some time into covering it, too.

Meant for release on 11/4, but shenanigans with the servers had occurred (by no way Bitchute's fault, no sarcasm intended)

BTW--top nod to Ray Vahey for coasting us past the possibility of deplatforming on election night. You, sir, are the real MVP.

Stay calm, everyone, for we see the world for what it is. This time, no tinfoil hat required. The show is meant for all audiences.

One thing that does bug me is towards the end, I said "this was what the American people *was* meant to see". Chalk it up to a case of "I am looking for a way to end this video, but I am well aware that "were" was the proper word in this context. There ya go, I am turning myself in to the Grammar Gestapo.

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There is a lot of bullshit going on in the world right now; sometimes, it all seems to be coming apart by the seams. Here, you don't have to worry about any of that fucking nonsense.

Here, we will discuss topics that will develop skills, add value to people's lives, pique interests in practical topics, and inspire growth. Sometimes, we will even talk about the bullshit around us and why it's affecting the people we care about. It's okay, we can still take it in stride and come to an understanding that most of it is just what it is: complete and utter bullshit.

Come in, light up the fireplace, make yourself a hot beverage, and grab a blanket.

Welcome to Cozy Time.