My little TDF sleep at night tool
I only really watch the mountain stages live, but hate having a sprint finish ruined for me.
Browsing through the SBS site to get straight to the highlights without getting a hint of the result is not possible, so I built http://letour.whoisjohnbarton.com
Originally a Ruby + Sinatra app, now ported to Go. The Port to Go Pull Request shows the code differences pretty well.
It's hosted on heroku using the go buildpack.
I used these colours
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