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I do P5.JS tutoring, Yet, I Keep Getting Asked About NFTs

one of my own tutoring creations. source

Like so many other things in tech, I bumped into P5.JS accidentally. For years now, I have the tendency to just pick up something new, learn the basics, and somehow find a way to make money off it as a full time freelancer.

That means, I am a Master Of None, but as long as the dollars keep rolling, I cannot complain.

P5.JS, surprisingly, has become like my go to JS library for just having fun with coding. I also seem to getting a decent amount of P5.JS work from artists and non-coding folks over the last 18 plus months. The clients themselves are unlike my usual clients. They are music producers or movie directors or marketing executives.

A different type of crowd, with different purposes and objectives. It is pleasant and a unique experience.

I like it. Watching things animating.

Like a sun system that pulls it’s satellites towards me.

Or, a group of balls dropped from the top and sinking slowly when they hit water.

Or, a simple game of asteroid.

It’s just fun.

Then, we are now in the NFT boom. Recently, Daz 3d, Another hobby of mine, started giving out NFT items. Games are doing it. Anything and everything is NFT these days. One guy even contacted me on Linked In, asking me about it.

Also, happening is the attraction to P5.JS from these NFT sellers or vendors. Somehow, apparently, P5.JS is one of the many tools that has become involved in the NFT thing. I keep getting messages almost every week with some sort of NFT related activity.

Like, make an art and help us sell it.

There is this tooling, and can you teach me that tooling.

Today, one guy was insisting that I must learn NFT tooling related to P5.JS and similar generative art software as more people will keep asking for it.

Perhaps, I should.

I work as a full time freelance coding tutor. Hire me at UpWork or Fiverr or Stack Overflow. My personal website is here. Find more of my art at Behance and Unsplash. Also, I have a Podcast. Also, I am on substack.




I have been tutoring for a while now. I write some quick tips, tutorials and related topics here.

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