thanks a lot for all your comments on my previous video! One comment in particular got me:
No offense but that was really slow-moving. It should not have been a video, it should have been a PDF presentation which I could have ripped through in a fraction of the runtime of the video.
Very honest and true. The big drawback of video as a medium is that the recipient is at the mercy of the speaker’s pace. In fact, I probably wouldn’t even watch my own video as it would feel too slow for me…
… No more! I hereby present a video/slideshow hybrid that explains the fixed point combinator in Haskell. It’s a series of slides you can rip through at your heart’s content, but when you press the “play” button, the corresponding narration will play as a video!
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