No. No it isn't. THe method names would tell me just the same used inside a forloop. You have added no value, while making it harder to debug and harder to read. If you use streams you're a shitty programmer.
If you think that mess of streams is clearer than a for loop would be, you're on crack. It's incomprehensible.
Exactly the opposite. Streams took easy to read and understand for loops used by every language on earth and replaced it with gibberish that you need to work through to understand, and is far more difficult top debug as there's no damn place to put a break point or print statement. They're banned everywhere I've heard of
Unfortunately they are also the:
The garbage on society.
*ba dum tis*
Thanks for the info about the NIST 800 !
Thinking a little more about maybe the security should only apply to commercial products that connect to the internet? That way Joe Blow can add his home test device(s) on the internet without being bogged down by interfaces that no one will use.
But guess we'lll have to wait and see which business and government is going to go with this.
I've worked at both as well. I'll take the open any day of the week. People are more accessible, you feel less like interfering if you talk to someone. Frequently you'll overhear a discussion that your input on is important. I feel an individual might get more done in some circumstances of private offices, but the team gets more done in an open one. And that's what's important. Especially if you're a team lead I would never choose an office over an open desk.
LOL. I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry at the truth of that.
I agree that far too often security is an afterthought. "Gee, is it no wonder you got rooted?"
As much as I hate government interference maybe we need the FCC equivalent for Internet Security?
i.e. All devices on the internet much support encryption of X bits.
Although with the government's retarded stance on encryption (e.g. with the false justification that only criminals use encryption) that might be a hard sell.
Interesting point about making the devices display only!
Though I'm not sure I'd want an alarm system where someone can query it for "current active people detected."
At least the "damage" would be minimal if it couldn't accept remote commands.
I would have far less qualms about IoT if they adopted something like SSH public+private key.
I guess the question is "How much security is good enough for IoT" ?
(Obviously any at this point is a step up from none.)
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