Drawing and animation, no other artform quite plays and feeds with our imagination in the same way.What do you show your creativity to the world?
Jamming to Afrotrap, and since last saturday also with etchings!What is your favourite -ism?
Satanism, but more so in the believing in your own strengh part than the bit about sacrificingWhat inspires you?
Youtube videos of amazing football goals accompanied by the Titanic theme songWhat is your favourite programming language?
Organising symposia.What do you show your creativity to the world?
Accidentally lingering my drawings at random locations.What is your favourite -ism?
FavouritismWhat inspires you?
Waka Flocka Flame's rap lyricsWhat is your favourite programming language?
Does sport count? Because then that'd be my pick (altough I have to say that I despise figure skating..). I think a pack of 140 cyclists managing to stay on their bikes at 70 km/h very much counts as art. Or football players directing a ball from 60 metres to the exact point they want it to be.What do you show your creativity to the world?
By enjoying good music, and once a year attending a live performance. Then being artsy about it on social media by posting filter-edited videos of the experience.What is your favourite -ism?
Political science: environmentalism.
I looked up all the isms to properly answer this question and make sure I didn't miss any.
Guess I'm a perfectionist.
Uhm.... The.. Eh. Perspective on uhh.. I actually don't know.What is your favourite programming language?
I'm allready happy I passed modelling and programming. Partially because of the relative simplicity of C# I actually quite liked the subject. What further counts, is that I don't know any language besides C#. Three guesses as to what my favourite programming language is...
Photography and musicWhat do you show your creativity to the world?
Usually, when I make a poem or draw something, I destroy it before the world can see it.What is your favourite -ism?
PastafarianismWhat inspires you?
Crossing the borders of disciplines, from science to philosophy and art. Having certain knowledge or skills and apply it in a different field or discipline. That is why I think this symposium where scientists and artists inspire each other is very cool!What is your favourite programming language?
Java, because I once made a simulation of the Cookie Clicker game, with the aim to come up with the most efficient strategy to bake trillions of cookies (this is actually one of the very few programming exercises I’ve ever had, so I guess that’s very useful…)
Language artful stage playsWhat do you show your creativity to the world?
By being artistic!What is your favourite -ism?
The highest purpose in life is, according to philosophy, to seek personal happiness. A few ways to go about this are, for example, to enjoy in moderation. An evening of fine dining with a lot of food can be nice, but not so much if it gives you a bellyache. Another point is the happines of the people around you will contribute to your own. Epicureanism is what you could call my life philosophy :) If you want to know more about Epicureanism, visit Wikipedia.What inspires you?
The hypnotical effect of analysing all the details that fill the world with beatitudes ( think of a beautiful sight, human interaction or the lightning cast by the sun late in the evening).What is your favourite programming language?
C# (which happens to be the only one I learned, but nevermind that)
Het Grote Debiele-2-Seconden-Photoshops-Van-USCKILeden-TopicWhat do you show your creativity to the world?
I try to make my code look like a cat, when looked from a 47 degree angle.What is your favourite -ism?
NarcissismWhat inspires you?
Imagine, you just woke up. It's weekend. Outside there are birds singing and the sun is shining.
You make yourself a cup of tea and a nice simple sandwich. You decide to check your email. And then, the gates to hell open. "SITE OFFLINE", "SERVER FAILURE", "I CAN'T LOGIN", "Free viagra!".
I think that is very inspiringWhat is your favourite programming language?