unreal. they need to lose their platform protections.
seems like a total compliment for that diabetic sow.
#bringiton troglodytes. "we" have only ever lost a war with each other, never EVER lost one to subhumans. bring it on.
#pajeets and #poos - billions of troglodytes waiting to jump the wall/fence/border and bring the tird world to you. #tirdworld worldstar.
burn the coal pay the toll. the venereal disease rates are off the charts on those burnt sienna creatures. #burnthecoal #paythetoll
simon pegg, that god damned loser who likes to get pegged can STFU. hollyweird pedophile idiots says "what?" - the time has long passed that anyone with a functioning brain gives a hoot what hollyrape hollyweird rapewood pedowood freaks have to say on anything.
#lastofus2 this is just a very bad version of the first game with identity politics stuff crammed into it that ads no value. this franchise is now going nowhere. saw it at a friend's house - he will be trying to return it its so bad.
"One of the most important lessons learned was that the rapidly evolving nature of the cloud means training can never stop."
sounds like a scam to cost a ton of money but the base function of the technology and software never changed.
for example, if a company is competitive and functioning well why should they rip, replace and refactor and incur more risk "just to keep up"
#mainframes ran credit, phone, airlines, since computers were first introduced to business and THE STILL DO.
this aggregation/#disaggregation #hypecycle never ends and its sadly just a veil over theft.
if your business prints cash change your compute/IT/information systems slowly. the main reason is if you change shit every 5 minutes you have to keep hiring young hot shots, but if you move with intent and react to technology over time rather than every year you'll save a ton, you can hire regular folks instead of hot shots, reduce risk and cost and be less prone to the constant #security issues these new things introduce.
im no #luddite, ive just seen this hype cycle so many times that its an excuse to blow money.
if your business doesnt ride on technical advantages that are cutting edge and you can easily use a system implemented 10 even 20 years ago, so what. good. make that money and move to the next technology set with care.
the cloud is simply renting someone else's computer and these days with cancel culture google cloud can #deplatform you and your entire business - lately they have been #deplatforming people who have comment sections on the website that say #wrongthink
sometimes being the master of your own domain is far better than subjecting yourself to the #cloud companies and all the #red #chinese #chicom #spies that work there.
"A stunning 59 percent of respondents said their organizations would be mostly or all in the cloud within 18 months."
Must be asking anyone but the CIO/CFO/CEO these questions.
"Grab some open source code from Microsoft’s GitHub cloud service and stitch it all together, and you have a viable business solution that does just what you want it to do in record time."
so if this was the case why are so many startups failing in general and why now are some unicorns failing?
its because stupid ideas with tech and cloud and big data and machine learning are still stupid ideas.