i wrote an essay about software patterns and doing social stuff in a p2p environment:
> Kill Your Server And Get Back To Bed: Patterns for Serverless Applications
@garbados I think I may have misunderstood what you were talking about when you were talking about client-side only apps earlier.
This is very neat. 😁👍🏻
@garbados your website overflows on 1024x768 resolution V_V
@oreolek i just noticed that tonight actually. working on it...
@oreolek fixed it, but for some reason all the code blocks are messed up too 🤦♀️
@garbados I like the approach pretty much, but also see a bunch of pitfalls to consider in this, talking reliability, security, data integrity, that kind of stuff. As everything else, it pretty much seems to depend upon actual use cases...
However I saw a contradiction in your essay:
What did you meant?
@Shamar thanks for reading!
@garbados Nice writeup, well done.
@garbados Finally got to reading this - and yay good *real* serverless stuff! I need to get around to playing with Beaker & Dat.
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