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(Computerworld)   Now that the Net Neutrality battle has been lost, it's time to find out what will happen to your cloud computing business. TL;DR, you're farked   ( computerworld.com) divider line
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2017-12-11 12:48:57 PM  
It's what every market needs for sustained growth: High barriers of entry so the establishment can choke out as much profit for as little effort as possible.
 
2017-12-11 12:57:42 PM  
Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.
 
2017-12-11 12:58:30 PM  
Sounds like rich people need to get into laying some farking fiber.
 
2017-12-11 01:38:41 PM  
I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.
 
2017-12-11 01:42:14 PM  

dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.


Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é
 
2017-12-11 01:49:32 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é


That is design doing that. The developer probably wishes he didn't have to load all that bullshiat.
 
2017-12-11 01:54:10 PM  
FTFA according to Jack Gold, principal analyst for J.Gold Associates, LLC.

Neither subby or "principal analyst" for a consulting company that no one has heard of knows how applications are hosted and served.

/AWS, google, or Microsoft is not going to allow Comcast or any other ISP to throttle anything hosted by them
 
2017-12-11 01:54:25 PM  

dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.


Sweet.  Geocities is going to make a comeback.
 
2017-12-11 02:01:23 PM  

Intrepid00: Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é

That is design doing that. The developer probably wishes he didn't have to load all that bullshiat.


I told myself ages ago to never work in a place where I am not both the designer and implementer of my software. Though, it does nothing to stop the strange, strange things I've seen people do.
 
2017-12-11 02:02:19 PM  

Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.


except none  of those companies control the last mile. So I suspect the ISPs are either going to come up with competing Cloud services or they are going to charge a fark ton to AWS and google and MS. so they are going to increase their price to consumers.

add in the offsite backup services as well. If the tubes are getting throttled, there is a lot of enterprise traffic just going from A to B for storage that is going to find itself being shook down for $
 
2017-12-11 02:03:37 PM  
The cloud was created so that people could be forced to pay to access their own information.  Only an absolute moron didn't see that coming.
 
2017-12-11 02:15:02 PM  
I've been told by multiple sources that since the ISP's did not throttle bandwidth or charge exorbitant fees in the past, all this scuttlebutt over "net neutrality" has been "disproven by the entire history of the internet through 2015", that anyone who disagrees with Pai is simply clamoring for the internet's regulation by The Government.
 
2017-12-11 02:28:47 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: Intrepid00: Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é

That is design doing that. The developer probably wishes he didn't have to load all that bullshiat.

I told myself ages ago to never work in a place where I am not both the designer and implementer of my software. Though, it does nothing to stop the strange, strange things I've seen people do.


You know what I see a lot of these days and it blows my mind?    People doing a select * from <table> into a .net datatable and then doing a datable.select on it to filter it into another datatable because they are too dam lazy to learn SQL syntax.... nothing like reading 100k records into a datatable and then doing a select against it to narrow it down to about a dozen or even a single row.

/idiots... all of them.
 
2017-12-11 02:35:15 PM  

dwrash: Tr0mBoNe: Intrepid00: Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é

That is design doing that. The developer probably wishes he didn't have to load all that bullshiat.

I told myself ages ago to never work in a place where I am not both the designer and implementer of my software. Though, it does nothing to stop the strange, strange things I've seen people do.

You know what I see a lot of these days and it blows my mind?    People doing a select * from <table> into a .net datatable and then doing a datable.select on it to filter it into another datatable because they are too dam lazy to learn SQL syntax.... nothing like reading 100k records into a datatable and then doing a select against it to narrow it down to about a dozen or even a single row.

/idiots... all of them.


Yeah... I've seen a lot of that because, for some reason, people don't like non-trivial SQL statements.

The database was written in a way to be highly optimized for searching, but I'll just do this in memory using an ArrayList because that's the example I have memorized from school. I will also implement my own searching algorithm because I'm using formatted strings as my key.

But, the best I saw was someone dropping an entire table, then creating the table again and loading in the data minus the entry they wanted to remove. I was impressed.
 
kab
2017-12-11 02:37:54 PM  
But I thought da clowd was the best thing ever.
 
2017-12-11 02:39:04 PM  
anyone know anything about immigrating to canada?  Asking for a friend.
 
2017-12-11 03:13:36 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é


I read a comment online about a specific episode of Star Trek TNG that made me want to watch it, so I found it online and downloaded every episode of all seven seasons just to watch that one episode. It just seemed easier to download the lot.
 
2017-12-11 03:19:16 PM  

dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.


BRING BACK WEB 1.0! WOOOOOOOOOO YEAH

SHOW ME TESSELATING .GIF BACKGROUNDS! SHOW ME PRE-CSS HTML!
SHOW
ME
STATIC DESIIIIIIIIIIGN YEEEEEAAAAaAH biatch!

/We need a Hypeman for the return of Web 1.0
//Maybe not me
 
2017-12-11 03:23:59 PM  

boozel: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

BRING BACK WEB 1.0! WOOOOOOOOOO YEAH

SHOW ME TESSELATING .GIF BACKGROUNDS! SHOW ME PRE-CSS HTML!
SHOW
ME
STATIC DESIIIIIIIIIIGN YEEEEEAAAAaAH biatch!

/We need a Hypeman for the return of Web 1.0
//Maybe not me


No.. bring back conscientiousness and efficiency in coding.  Moores law no longer applies.  Expecting customers to just throw hardware and/or memory at things to improve performance is having minimal returns these days.
 
2017-12-11 03:37:39 PM  

boozel: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

BRING BACK WEB 1.0! WOOOOOOOOOO YEAH

SHOW ME TESSELATING .GIF BACKGROUNDS! SHOW ME PRE-CSS HTML!
SHOW
ME
STATIC DESIIIIIIIIIIGN YEEEEEAAAAaAH biatch!

/We need a Hypeman for the return of Web 1.0
//Maybe not me


BLINK TAG for lyfe yo

*complicated hand singnals
 
2017-12-11 03:43:33 PM  

Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.


Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.
 
2017-12-11 04:11:43 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.


Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.
 
2017-12-11 04:54:15 PM  

Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.


So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?
 
2017-12-11 05:08:28 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?


It will be interesting to see if new startups start originating in places like Canada, the UK, Ireland etc instead of the US? They can grow and gain traction with net neutrality and then launch in the US already able to pay any fastlane speeds.
Because if someone like Facebook or, especially, Youtube started out when the ISPs can cap and restrict who they want they'd never succeed.
 
2017-12-11 06:12:19 PM  

boozel: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

BRING BACK WEB 1.0! WOOOOOOOOOO YEAH

SHOW ME TESSELATING .GIF BACKGROUNDS! SHOW ME PRE-CSS HTML!
SHOW
ME
STATIC DESIIIIIIIIIIGN YEEEEEAAAAaAH biatch!

/We need a Hypeman for the return of Web 1.0
//Maybe not me


I read that in Mr. Torque's voice.  THE BADASS INTERNET OF BADASSDOM!  EXPLOSIONS!
 
2017-12-11 07:07:51 PM  

dwrash: Tr0mBoNe: Intrepid00: Tr0mBoNe: dwrash: I guess developers will actually start caring how much data they push and pull over the web for a change?  Software development is super sloppy and lazy these days.

Phsaw! Not even close

/pulls entire font library from cloud service in order to get a better looking é

That is design doing that. The developer probably wishes he didn't have to load all that bullshiat.

I told myself ages ago to never work in a place where I am not both the designer and implementer of my software. Though, it does nothing to stop the strange, strange things I've seen people do.

You know what I see a lot of these days and it blows my mind?    People doing a select * from <table> into a .net datatable and then doing a datable.select on it to filter it into another datatable because they are too dam lazy to learn SQL syntax.... nothing like reading 100k records into a datatable and then doing a select against it to narrow it down to about a dozen or even a single row.

/idiots... all of them.


Welcome to Flow!
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2017-12-11 08:05:42 PM  
There's going to be a nice court battle coming, that's already been promised.
 
2017-12-11 08:35:39 PM  
Let me guess the future: I can store my stuff fast but it takes forever and an extra fee to get it back?
 
2017-12-12 06:55:18 AM  

gingerjet: FTFA according to Jack Gold, principal analyst for J.Gold Associates, LLC.

Neither subby or "principal analyst" for a consulting company that no one has heard of knows how applications are hosted and served.

/AWS, google, or Microsoft is not going to allow Comcast or any other ISP to throttle anything hosted by them


Just like they won't allow net neutrality to end.
 
2017-12-12 09:51:16 AM  

Carter Pewterschmidt: Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?

It will be interesting to see if new startups start originating in places like Canada, the UK, Ireland etc instead of the US? They can grow and gain traction with net neutrality and then launch in the US already able to pay any fastlane speeds.
Because if someone like Facebook or, especially, Youtube started out when the ISPs can cap and restrict who they want they'd never succeed.


Irrelevant since most overseas cables and satellites are owned by US companies.  At some point your packets will have to be routed through somewhere in the US.
 
2017-12-12 11:44:28 AM  

Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?


I'm struggling to understand why listing USA companies who would be affected by a USA policy change in any way suggests that the USA is the only nation in the world.
 
2017-12-12 12:45:43 PM  

Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?

I'm struggling to understand why listing USA companies who would be affected by a USA policy change in any way suggests that the USA is the only nation in the world.


I'm sorry.
 
2017-12-12 01:03:12 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?

I'm struggling to understand why listing USA companies who would be affected by a USA policy change in any way suggests that the USA is the only nation in the world.

I'm sorry.


Would you be happier if we started listing Russian internet companies? I think it might.
 
2017-12-12 01:36:08 PM  

Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Wonktnod: Ketchuponsteak: Opacity: Not if your Cloud computing business happens to be named Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle...

The rest of you are farked.

Oh right, I forgot again. The only nation in the world is USA.

Maybe you also forgot that Net Neutrality is a USA policy.

So the internet is basically dead, because USA is the only nation in the world?

I'm struggling to understand why listing USA companies who would be affected by a USA policy change in any way suggests that the USA is the only nation in the world.

I'm sorry.

Would you be happier if we started listing Russian internet companies? I think it might.


Yes, I need clowns for my amusement.
 
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