In this live episode, I code the classic video game Minesweeper in JavaScript using the p5.js library. I also answer viewer submitted questions.

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38:02 – Coding Challenge: Minesweeper
1:32:45 – Conclusion/Q&A
1:57:58 – Recording intro to Coding Challenge

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The Nature of Code Part 2 (Spring 2017) – Intelligence and Learning:
K – Nearest Neighbor Remix:
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Minesweeper on Wikipedia:
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Videos discussed in this live stream:
Hosting p5.js Sketches with GitHub Pages:
2D Arrays in JavaScript:
Prototypes in JavaScript:

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