OK, I think that's a slightly cleaned up image and a working link to somewhere you (and I) can get it. Let me know how iy works out for you
@telent Just checked with This company: https://londonprinting.com/vinyl-decals-lettering/ Looking at about £15 for 10 printed on paper, and £50 for 10 printed on vinyl (+ delivery)
@telent would you consider using a ∄ for "there does not exist" ?
@egrasmed nice! yes, I'll change that
@egrasmed on aesthetic grounds alone, it'll balance up the whitespace much better
@telent The name is pretty dumb, but it's still a useful concept.
“Take this piece of code, and run it wherever your want, in as many copies as you want, with the load-balancing you want, as long as queries for the right FQDN get to it”
@telent "someone else's" is the whole point of serverless. So the sticker kinda contradicts itself :-)
@isagalaev if someone's selling you cycles on their servers, seems weird to describe that transaction as "serverless". If I rent my house from a landlord, do they describe it as "homeless"?
@telent the word itself is sure lame, everyone recognizes that. But it's stuck, and the way human language works means it's what we'll be using for a time being.
What's important is that the concept of running stateless code without explicitly managing your own processes is useful and seems to be a good fit for quite a few types of load.
@isagalaev FaaS is a fine idea (though not a new one), agreed - but names are important too, because names reveal intent. Call your service "serverless" hasn't removed your clients need to think about scale/resilience/etc - it just changes the nature of their work from technical to commercial/contractual (supplier due diligence etc)
@telent agreed. Still, the (unfortunate) name has stuck, and memes against "serverless" are confusing because you can't tell if they mock the name or the technology :-)
@telent It's a great way of summarising it, though.
>not exists orange lambda
@telent The AWS Lambda symbol totally looks like the Half Life logo without the circle around it. Didn't realize it so far.
@njoseph_1 yeah. obviously they're both lambdas ;-) but why they're both orange I really don't know. You'd think someone would have caught that
@telent I don't really like the design, but the idea is awesome :D
@telent that symbol on the left could also refer to the state of Half-Life 3
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