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We’re building small tools to find the fastest path to live development. We hypothesize that these tools will make developers like you more productive.

VSCode Go Autotest

Have you ever been banging your head against the wall, trying to get that one test to pass? This VS Code extension for Go projects makes the head banging faster!

This extension adds a "pin test" hover button to automatically run a test on every save and keep the status in view.

Mish, the Flexible Shell Notebook

Shell makes it easy to rerun previous commands, but hard to edit them. mish is a terminal app that gives you the power of the shell with a better editing experience.

It’s scratch space; edit as frequently as you need to change an argument. It’s durable; you won’t lose tuned commands to the shell history limit. It’s organized; different workflows can be separated and organized.

Your feedback validates these hypotheses. Other companies might call you an Alpha Tester.

At Windmill, we call you a Fan. 😎


Join The Windmill Fan Club

Fans get to try our experiments. Each experiment should take:

  • 2 minutes to decide if it’s right for you (e.g., it might be for an IDE you don’t use)
  • 15–30 minutes to install and set up
  • 1–2 days of working as you normally do, and seeing how it feels
  • 10 minutes to give us feedback. (Or more! We’ll listen for as long as you talk)