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It’s the people jumping about that gets me. I mean, in 20 years of development, I’ve never seen people jump like that…
Naw, it's mostly a big sigh, slumped shoulders and a resignation that it may be a late night
not jumping up, into the air, beaming with all the hipster-muster one can distill into a coffee-cup
to be fair to your firewall, i think that page is pretty unsafe content @alex.lynham
If the truth be told, these days I'm only in this game for the jumping. I have my sit/stand desk set extra high to accommodate it.
I’ve seen it, sometimes it’s a bit of fun, but they seem to be implying on their careers page that it’s something they actively look for?
Clearly splunk is for tracking how shit your security team are at getting people in/out the building.
I think they're talking about http://splunk.com (the logging service - or something)
@mccraigmccraig i think i facepalmed so hard i left a mark, so definitely unsafe in the truest sense of the word
what I've discovered is that https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.3.0/RESTUM/RESTusing is perfectly adequate and I can save myself 20 quid
(ah yes, I just checked the Urban Dictionary and I see what you mean... how unfortunate...)
I am starting to think that these guys actually might be marketing geniuses. It's not what you like, it's what gets you talking.
There’s certainly something to that @wesley.hall, I suppose the question is are you trying to attract the people who talk about you, or the ones who hear them?
I guess in the current, fairly saturated market, it's getting people to notice you at all. What I have learned from this channel in the last 48 hours is simply this. If I ever need to draw attention to myself in a crowded world I need to 1) name my company something vaguely sexual sounding, 2) make a careers page that inexplicably has a video of a women getting her face licked by a dog, 3) profit.
you also need to provide a useful service, that is free at a very low level and (somehow) manages to ramp up the expense slightly slower than the pain point of switching to a better value provider
Hmmm, my first stab was http://splooge.com but apparently John Hopkins beat me to it.
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Does aws lambda use cpu time when calculating usage or something? I’m barely seeing 30secs pass during which my lambda hits it’s
3min timeout… It’s like AWS secretly invented a time machine and didn’t tell anyone…
This is so deeply frustrating, I was suspicious that the error was coming from marshalling the data back out of the lambda and into json, but: 1) I can get a correct result printing to cloudwatch before it just errors out and gives me a 503 2) It’s possible to print out a fixed map converted to json or a string 3) Adding any of the computation code but discarding the result makes 2 fail as well… There’s some wacky stuff going on and aws doesn’t feel the need to print any error into the log, even though it acknowledges the 503… Worked it out, turns out max memory used is a complete misnomer, take the number they give you, choose your favourite scaling factor and multiply seems to be the order of the day…
yeah and you get extra capacity depending on account standing etc... it's quite opaque
clj, yea, it’s worthwhile working out how to get cljs working, but not immediately =)… I think it might be more performant? The oom’s are silent though, which is really annoying…
You’d think they’d get the relationship between easier to work with means more people use it therefore stack more valuable..
yeah I tried to use jvm clj once, with portkey and memory/opaque debugging/cold start times killed it for me
That’s true, no question, I’m just a bit lost using node to do things like db querying without having the lambda fail on me, not done too much node development :(…
we just got a system out in 7 days in an enterprise context cos the ceo had announced something on tv that didn't exist
Yea, if you can point to any resources that I can read-up to get an idea of how I should structure some of this stuff? Promises etc, not certain about good ways to reason through this stuff =)…
good question. I will have a think. tbh I just structure my JS/TS programs like lisp now, just lots of fns that take either a scalar item or a coll and return that or a promise ^_^
if anything JS/TS is more functional (especially TS, where you can specify 'this thing operates over a collection') so allows you to have more referentially transparent functions