At what time of day will the event begin? 19:00? I have some programs written in C using MIDI that I started way back in 2004, when I decided that I wanted to become a software developer as a career and seriously began learning to develop software, but then I became too busy with my full-time job and other stuff in life, ended up becoming more of a system administrator than a software developer. These projects had been mostly inactive for years until the last two years, when I had more free time so I revived them using Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition, which has already been superseded by Visual Studio 2019. Anyway, I can now work on these projects again using a modern IDE that I can legally use without buying a licence but the only documentation for some of this code that I wrote up to fifteen years ago is the source code itself because I was not into documenting the programs I wrote back then, which means I have partially forgotten how my own programs work. I also did not really know what I was doing when I started these projects because I was already an advanced computer user but was not yet experienced at software development so I started these projects to learn to develop software using C. I have dramatically more knowledge and experience now and kind of regret choosing a compiled programming language such as C now that I have experience working with interpreted languages such as Python because having to rebuild the project after every single change to the source code to test a change gets really old really fast. I could try to at least explain what these two programs that both share the libraries I developed do but demonstrating the programs is logistically complicated to make a long story short. I have a stationary computer workstation at both my home and office instead of using the same computer in both places because notebook computers suck for my use case due to their monolithic hardware design among other reasons. I cannot install Visual Studio on my home computer because the Windows installation on my home computer is partially broken, as I mentioned in a different topic I started months ago. This means that the only comfortable way to work on these projects using an IDE is to be at my office but recently I have been mostly at home. I have a notebook computer that I could bring to the Space to run my programs but I use stationary computers as my primary computers so I cannot comfortably work on these projects away from my home and office.