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NextBigThing.tech aggregates upcoming tech projects from a number of different sources and presents them in once place.
This project is written in the Ruby programming language with the Sinatra webserver.
I have taken a Literate Programming approach to this project using Emacs
Org-Mode. Files are tangled from the
.org files into the proper files which
can then be run.
CLOSED: [2019-11-15 Fri 13:12]
If it already exists then it might not be worth doing. Or maybe it will be, who knows?
I don't think there is any site quite like what I am going for.
CLOSED: [2019-11-15 Fri 15:47]
I've been thinking going with Ruby and Sinatra, but it's probably worth looking at other options too.
+I decided to go with Clojure. I think. I might change my mind on that honestly.+ I changed my mind and am going to take a Literate Programming approach with Ruby and Sinatra.
Using some kind of serverless model might be economical. But would also require me to figure out how to do that.
Using Org-Mode and Org-Babel-Tangle I could write this whole project in a literate config manner. Which might be a very cool idea.