I’ve got some really good use out of TD in my first month, and I’m really intersted in growing with this software long term. The thing is its so vast that I don’t want to get more lost than I need to, and learning python from scratch is an equally daunting undertaking to the vastness of TD.
That being said I’m also starting to work with Pis and Arduino boards, so there’s plenty of opportunities to gain knowledge that can be used in other endeavors and merge together. Right?
So my question is twofold:
What aspects of coding should I learn to best leverage TD, and what are the potentials within the software that really open up or are otherwise locked without the practical coding knowhow?
What can I make with TD in combination of with Raspberry Pi and Arduinos? I’m assuming that various sensor data can drive parameters and whatnot, but is there a deeper realm of running parrallel scripts and servers that is worth thinking about? I’m just curious as to the scope of possibilities.
FYI I’ve done a teensy bit of programming and understand the fundamentals right up to reading and writing tables like json. I’m typically making hybrid analog/digital psych/glitch fkry for art’s sake. I’m really not as into 3D as most. I have a kinact v2 that I have only just started to comprehend and I’ll probably just end up making midi controllers from the micro boards if I can’t figure out a practical implementation of Python in TD.
Thanks in advance for your insight, resources and whatever you add to the convo.