The Next Web: Glitch wants to take you back to the first website you ever made

The Next Web: Glitch wants to take you back to the first website you ever made. “Aspirant developers are told they have to learn HAML, LESS, CoffeeScript, React and whatever else fly-by-night bullshit Hacker News is spruiking. Honestly, I don’t care. I’ve tuned out at this point, and I’m not alone. Which is why I love Glitch, from Fog Creek. We’ve written about this site before. Essentially, it’s a playground where you can remix other people’s code in a safe and self-contained environment.” The first site I ever made – which was called ONGIR for Official Netscape Guide to Internet Research – was done in Microsoft FrontPage. And I have zero interest in going back. 😄

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