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Introducing HyperDev by Joel Spolsky Tuesday, May 31, 2016 One more thing… It’s been awhile since we launched a whole new product at Fog Creek Software (the last one was Trello, and that’s doing pretty well). Today we’re announcing the public beta of HyperDev, a developer playground for building full-stack web-apps fast. Watching People Code Could Be The Next Big Thing Twitch made streaming video games into a hugely popular phenomenon, so what could be next big livestreaming thing? Perhaps it’s watching other people code. You might also like: Boston Dynamics Shows Off Amazing New Robot Dog An emerging trend appears to be live streams in which viewers can tune in to watch people code things like Minecraft servers, writing a compiler from scratch or building a search engine. There are tons of streams already popping up around the internet. Pair programming is already a popular way to learn how to code in businesses, but it’s not always realistic to have someone shadow you while you work.