6 Fun Coding Projects By Our Newest Creators This Week | by Anupam Chugh | Jul, 2022


40th edition of Coffee Bytes, a newsletter by Better Programming

Photo by CJ Dayrit on Unsplash

In this edition of Coffee Bytes, we’ve got a treasure trove of creative projects, so let’s dive right in.

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New Medium writer Noam Ephrat often misses NBA matches as they occur during the wee hours. If you’re struggling to keep up with full games as well, this fun project is worth your time. He walks us through a tutorial to automate the process of creating highlights by tracking clock time from video frames using open-source computer vision models.

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Dingu Sagar‘s first tutorial on Better Programming outlines the process to detect Marvel characters by fine-tuning a Vision Transformer model. Love this 3000!

Input image for the model. Output label: Iron man
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Alexandre Cabral is also making his debut on Medium this week. In this great tutorial, he helps us build a Slack app that plugs in the missing Spotify feature that Discord already has. Build it from the ground up using Go.

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Hrishikesh Pathak presents a creative way to moderate content on your websites by using vanilla JavaScript and Pixlab API’s AI models to blur human faces.

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Matteo Kofler gets into building his first snake game. But how do you set up and draw the snake on the HTML canvas? Worry not, as the graphics programming library, P5.js handles it for you with minimal boilerplate code.

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Some of you might already know Jim Clyde Monge – the writer who showcased the monumental capabilities of DALL-E 2 by reimagining Harry Potter characters through book descriptions.

His debut post with us explores another text-to-art generator tool – Disco Diffusion… and the results are fascinating.

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