piku now has its own GitHub organization, after almost three years. It’s not as if I have any shortage of personal projects, but this one has become a bit more useful to other people than most (thanks largely to contributors like Chris McCormik), so I decided to take the time and split it off into a standalone thing.
It runs pretty much everywhere (any cloud, any kind of CPU) and can currently deploy Python, NodeJS and Java apps (as well as arbitrary binaries). Near-zero overhead, Heroku-like workflow, and just a smidgeon over 1000 lines of code (1087 right now), which means you can understand all of it in one sitting.
It also comes with comprehensive docs (which need cleaning up) and bootstrapping scripts, but most importantly it keeps saving me time whenever I need to deploy simple services, so I’d say it’s been time well spent.