Please Introduce Yourself

Hi everyone!

I just finished studying to become an architect this summer. I’ve always been interested in learning to write code but have never committed to one language. I have begun my journey into Processing/Java now and am really enjoying it.

See you around!


My name is Yann, I’m an amateur musician. I’ve been using Processing since the alpha version but never got good at it because I tend to code for a few months, then focus on some other project that doesn’t involve coding so I forget what I’ve learnt, I’m always beginning again :slight_smile:
Currently I’m working on a sequencer project for my modular synth using a couple of DAC’s and Processing on a Raspberry Pi. I have MANY ideas involving the Pi and the modular, I have to make my coding skills good enough :slight_smile:
If you’re curious about my music you can check some here:



Hello! I’m Kirk. I’ve been coding toys, games, and infographics in Processing and P5 since 2004. You can see a portfolio of fun stuff at


Hi, i‘m Lexyth.
I‘ve been using Processing for almost a year now and i‘m currently trying to write a Tool for it, to make the auto-complete function a bit more detailled.


Hello, my name is Angelo. I work about Wind Energy and Fotovoltaic Energy. I like to write software tools.


2 posts were split to a new topic: Arduino + Raspberry Pi - install IDE

Started as a course III, but was always “sneeking off and programming” when my job allowed self directed workscope.

Wrote a 3D fly-thru openGL C++ app for all 100K wires in an IBM mainframe.

Wanted to do web stuff so wrote in java and javascript with full homebrew GL_Shaders.

Spent 5 years as a big data consultant, Hadoop with hard core MapReduce in java, Hive, switched to scala for 3 years of Spark ETL. Wrote two frameworks: 1) The “Knowledgent Ingestion Framework” using scoop to pull legacy RDBMS to Hive, and 2) a swarm: Scala spawned external Spark processes parallelizing DAG threads. See hadoop-less spark on AWS EC2’s with S3 as the way to go for heavy duty processing.

Think processing hits the sweet spot on
platform access,

Intend to use it as my base of operations (for instance… no need for swing)


Hello i’m Mattia and i’m a student. I’m 17 years old and i love computer science. I selected Processing because i’m passionate about simulation of A.I. and physics and i think Processing can do great things with this subject. I love your programming language!


Hi Everyone , my name is Yashraj Dhanuka, i am a third year undergraduate student in Computer Science Engineering. I want to contribute to the community. My goal is GSOC 2019. My current knowledge domain is Python, Machine learning, Deep Learning, C ,C++.
Please tell me how to proceed and start contributing as soon as possible.


Hi all, my name is Jakub Valtar. I’m a software developer and an artist. I studied computer graphics and, after Processing lured me down the path of digital art, I continued to study art & technology master program, from which I graduated this year.

I started contributing to Processing in 2014 and over the years I submitted lots of pull requests, mostly improving rendering quality and performance, but also fixes and enhancements to the preprocessor, error checker and editor.

I will be around helping with difficult code problems.


Hi. I’m Owen Densmore and and first started using Processing 15 or so years ago, using it for simulations for SimTable/Redfish, a small modeling company here in Santa Fe NM.

I’m currently working on AgentScript, a subset of NetLogo (agent based modeling) in JavaScript. It is written in two halfs, a core Model and a View/App used to make the Model visible. Currently we’re using Three.js for the view/app: although we’ve also integrated models into an Observable View.

My interest in Processing is potential use of P5js for Views/Apps (views are less tightly integrated into the core than apps). I’m looking at two uses: as a core webgl library, and as a more integrated tool/app for p5js modelers.

I’d love to talk to any of us using Processing for agent based modeling!

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Hi, I’m Kornél from Hungary, currently doing on my third year of an undergraduate Interactive Design course in the UK. I use processing for uni projects mostly, and just trying out new stuff here and there. :slight_smile:

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Hi, my name is Resat BOZKIR from Istanbul/Turkey. I am teaching CS at middle school and high school level. First time we will be trying processing at high school.

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Hello, I’m Raymond G McCord. I’m an artist, interactive developer, and educator. I develop virtual reality training software and augmented reality marketing applications at Self Interactive and I am also an instructor at Missouri State University in the media, journalism, and film department as well as the art & design department teaching Interactive Art & Media.

I learned to code using Processing when I was an undergrad, and now enjoy passing that knowledge on to new heads teaching with p5.js.

Some of my work is documented here.


Hi! I’m here to make a holographic backing band for myself.

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Hello there ! I’m Basile, a French C.S. student. I love having fun with Processing and p5.js, and I see these languages as well as creative coding as excellent tools to introduce beginners to programming !


Hello everyone!

I am Giovanni, a visual artist based in Amsterdam! I started using Processing in 2009, when I started New Media Arts University. I use it for live visual performances and generative arts, as well as for interactive installations. I work in a lab, in which we work in the intersection between art, science and technology.

I used to teach it (together with p5.js) in workshops in the Academy of Fine Arts (in Italy), focusing more on the process then the technicalities, but then I stopped. I hope to recover my wishing to share my knowledge, and to grow and help the community here!

You can find my works here (the website will be updated soon!)!


I’ve used three.js. Also Mathematica. I’m at present interested in 3D graphics ,generative music and VR.


Hey Guys,

my Name is RaGon and I am a Math and Computer Science student curious for the backbone of this incredebly beautiful and simple language.

Greetings and many Thanks!


Hi, I’m Diomidis Spinellis. I’m a Professor of Software Engineering at AUEB. I’ve been using Processing since 2008, for creating interactive applications and for scientific visualizations. You can find more about me through my web page.