Network protocol for anyone who know a programming languge
Network stack do really cool things: reliable transmit over unreliable networks. It adapts smoothly to network congestion, provides addressing to billions of active nodes, routes packets around damaged network infrastructure, reassembling them in the correct order. This all works so well that users never hear of it, and even most programmers don’t know how it works.
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