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When your application is as simple as accepting a socket, shoving 40 bytes into it, and closing it, you can scale pretty fucking far if you don't make dumb design decisions

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@sir Even with stupid design descisions, I'm sure there's code doing very important production work that was written in BCPL on the back of a napkin during someones lunch break that happened to compile on the first try. "Don't fix what aint broke", says the project manager who's never seen the code before in his life.

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