back to article My Lambda Custom Runtimes bring all the .NET Core to the yard, and they're like... where is this headline going?

Lambda lovers, rejoice! You can now, from this week, write your cloudy functions in pretty much any version of .NET Core you like. Amazon has, understandably, been a little wary of Microsoft's relatively short-lived support for some versions of .NET Core, building the Long Term Support (LTS) editions of Redmond's framework …

  1. Bronek Kozicki Silver badge

    Lambdas are interesting

    It is worth pointing at AWS firecracker as the underlying (and open source) technology, and it is pretty cool as the minimalistic VM. Closer to the subject, AWS lambda for .NET core is also open source

  2. Alister Silver badge

    Great headline...

    1. Wilco

      Would be, were it correctly spelt

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        > Would be, were it correctly spelt

        Would be if I weren't such on old fart - I have no idea what it's referencing. :-)

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          It's OK, Grandpa. The cool kids have been smoking dope again.

          Drink your prune juice and it will all be fine...

        2. Alister Silver badge

          I have no idea what it's referencing.

          It's a reference to the song Milkshake, by Kelis

      2. diodesign (Written by Reg staff) Silver badge

        "Would be, were it correctly spelt"

        Bollocks. Fuck. God dammit. I hate it when this happens. My fault. Now fixed. Should be Lambda.


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