Re: Client/Server vs. Server/Client
I have an engineer that insists on calling this a Server/Client System. Is there any difference between Client/Server and Server/Client?
Sometimes I have found the issue is one of control. It's not unlike being told that the tech writer is only to make the formatting pretty and not to change any words, regardless of how confusing they are. Didn't we abandon that model about 1992, and now see it only in Dilbert?
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