Literate Coffeescript is sweet. It’s a great implementation of something that I’ve always thought is fundamental to good programming: we write code for ourselves and other humans, not for a computer. We’re no longer dealing with slow-as-molasses computers that demand efficiency, but we have a lot of additional complexity to handle, a ton of language feature creep, concurrency nightmares and multiple service architectures. By making explanation the fundamental purpose of a programming language and giving it first-class status—and equally important—running indented code seemingly as an afterthought, Literate Coffeescript gives importance where it’s due. Think before you code, write down what your intent is. And make programming seem a lot more like crystal clear writing.