Downside to the ubiquity of TLS Show more
It's now much harder for someone who's never played with networking to write an HTTP server, whereas writing a daemon that speaks plaintext HTTP is like, 30 minutes of work.
IDK maybe I'm chasing a ghost that's gone forever - IT is so hopelessly commodified that nothing's the same for beginners as it was when I started.
I don't know if that's better or worse.
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