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I’ve been working as part of the team working on the new application framework called the Endpoint Encabulator and wanted to share with you what I think makes our project so exciting: I promise it’ll make for two minutes of your time you won’t seen forget!
Naturally, this project wouldn’t have been possible without the pioneering work that preceded it by John Hellins Quick, Bud Haggart, and others. Nothing’s invented in a vacuum. However, my fellow developers and I think that our work is the first viable encabulator implementation to provide inverse reactive data binding suitable for deployment in front of a blockchain-driven backend cache. I’m not saying that all digital content will one day be delivered through Endpoint Encabulator, but… well; maybe it will.
If the technical aspects go over your head, pass it on to a geeky friend who might be able to make use of my work. Sharing is caring!
14 replies to Endpoint Encabulator
I’d been putting off watching this because I wasn’t sure what an encabulator was. However, I’m now happy to say that I have a full understanding of the encabulator architecture. My only complaint is that I didn’t see a github link! I need to integrate this into my own blockchain-driven backend immediately. Using a tunnelled Tremie pipe is just genius.
I’m also impressed with your fast release cycle. Most competitors won’t be able to deliver such a video for another 5.5 months, but Dan-Q embraces continuous development!
Dan Q mentioned this article on danq.me.
I hired him as a consultant at my startup, am now a zillionaire.
Can confirm. I keep a current database of zillionaires.
Thank goodness they have finally implemented support for Microsoft Bob. Undoubtedly the best OS for endpoint encabulation.
Bob is a package/dependency manager, not an OS.
Technically, yes, but still the best choice for endpoint encabulation, hands down. The ferrocore alignment and Burns emission software included was well worth having.
This is how you serve 5 terrabytes of data.
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FTFY . .
VX + Blockchain, a match made in heaven.
My first reaction was “SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!”, but I’m a little worried about this turning out to be just a bunch of buzzwords and vaporware. It looks like their github page was just created earlier today, and the ‘hello world’ project they mentioned isn’t publicly available :(
yea they probably was a startup in stealth mode
The thing is, this type of system is intrinsically incapable of scaling multi-dimensionally past the Yotta barrier. I’ve found with more sophisticated encapsulation implementations of the Hörgwarner principal, the steady state of the system remains bi-modal, at best. Get back to me when the backend is thread/dimension safe…
Someone needs to make this as a Terraform module