I’ve got to admit that Light Table is becoming more intriguing the more I read about it. I was impressed with the debut, I was glad to see the Kickstarter take off like it did, and I was thrilled to see that the project joined the Summer 2012 batch of YCombinator. I also like how public they’re being about the intention of the project and it’s progress. This article outlines a number of the features explained using real world application and that’s awesome to me.
I can’t yet say for sure what I think this new approach to an IDE will do to affect my day to day workflow, but I’m really excited about the prospect of shaking things up a bit for the sake of faster, higher quality output.