@redoak I mainly hear and say "unscalable" at work for that. my fave personal example was when I worked on a cloud thing, and I had to personally run 45 minutes of commands every time a user signed up. luckily it never got out of closed beta!
There’s a simple inescapable truth at the heart of technical crypto scepticism that almost all software engineers intuit at some level:
Any application that could be done on a blockchain could be better done on a centralized database. Except crime.
here are all the true facts I know about the US:
- Portland is a city that exists simultaneously at three different locations, but you never know where
- There's no cities in Texas, it's just Texas.
- California, especially the golden gate bridge, is constantly being destroyed by aliens or monsters or Magneto.
- the US has it's own moon and its fake
- George Washington cut down a cherry tree once and that's why Washington D.C stands for Washington District of Cherries
- the heartland is full of violent groups of armed horses on motor bikes
- there is one man in Florida, he is unstoppable.
hopeful and mad about it. 32, he/him, pittsburgh. member of alphabet workers union, works at google, views are my own.
single-user instance for @firstname.lastname@example.org