Picnik has seen both the good and the bad when it comes to the cloud. Yeah, it lets you scale some or all of your infrastructure dynamically. It also has a very low cost of entry.
However, it also can be frustrating when it comes to communication, problems, and downtime.
Perhaps more importantly, cloud services can make you lazy. Why worry too much about deleting files when you have (more or less) infinite storage? $.10 a GB starts to add up.
Small company veteran Justin started his career doing building embedded
systems ranging from imaging sonar to home automation. Then, he jumped head
first into web operations by building the backend infrastructure for Picnik.com.
He is currently a Software Engineer in Google’s Seattle office.
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