Monthly Online Meetup—Literate Programming with Org Mode
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Josh Holbrook github is a Staff Data Engineer at DoubleVerify and will be speaking about literate programming using org mode.
Org mode, the task management and document markup system for Emacs, includes a tool called Babel which may be used for literate programming. In this talk I will explain literate programming, discuss how Org mode and Babel enable it, and go over an example using the slide deck itself. I will also cover some real-world experiences writing literate programs in Emacs and the pros and cons of doing so.