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The principle of urban coding is simple: code everywhere. Cities are jungles to be explore, to be shaped, full of wild animals to interact with. By coding everywhere, you open up to this variety. This exploration can take many forms, would that be for instance coding in an abandoned building where the scene can be used by you or your group of coders for live coding projections, or in pubs where the contact with your public is omnipresent, and so is its feedback. In all cases, it’s about the liberation of coding, its ease as a writing and the real-time sharing of the result and process.