tl;dr; I let you watch when I work on OpenSource PHP code at twitch.tv/jeromegamez.
About a year ago, I stumbled upon the Twitch channel of Darkosto, a Minecraft modpack developer who streams all of his coding live on five days a week to an audience of hundreds of viewers. He has more then 60,000 followers and is fun to watch from a developer perspective as well as on a personal level. The way he is able to work on the code while interacting with his community while maintaining a light and entertaining mood is very inspiring.
So inspiring that I overcame my fear of putting myself in the spotlight and started live streaming my OpenSource coding sessions as well. Although I consider myself a quite capable developer, and have found my niche with a fairly popular OpenSource project (a PHP Admin SDK for Google Firebase), my first streams were quite... bad, and they still are 😅.
Jérôme Gamez@jeromegamezYesterday‘s stream was a personal success: I overcame my fear of putting myself in the spotlight, tried something new and had great support.
But my programming, while seemingly making sense, was utter garbage. I‘m not even mad - I‘ll do better in the next stream 🤞06:02 AM - 30 Apr 2019
But as with almost anything (and this includes writing posts on dev.to), you need practice to get started, and I can tell you: my first stream (with around ten friends and colleagues watching) has been an excruciating experience, but it was a very rewarding one as well, I can just recommend that you try it as well - especially if you're an introvert and a perfectionist like me.
That being said: if you're interested in random endeavors into PHP development and don't mind hearing a german accent while watching a random person on the internet tapping on their keyboard, I'd be happy to welcome you the next time I start a stream.