Ok, let's let the cat out of the bag, today I ran the following in my Cloud 9 workspace:
rails new name-that-book
Exciting isn't it?
One idea I had was to recreate something like the old "Name That Tune" show. In the show, contestants had to name the tune in as few of notes as possible.
I intend to recreate that with music, but let's start with something that might be a bit easier.
So, I still need to start fleshing out all the ideas, features, and details, but at least I've got a repo to hold some of my original thoughts and code on this.
The first step, I think, is to ignore the front end and get a backend RESTful thingy working with tests.
May this be my first baby step into a new job.
Wish me luck.
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