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R.U.D.E. and C.R.U.D.E.

By Alastair Alexander

Straight in to the "make it memorable" section comes RUDE and CRUDE. They're paired in this instance so counted as one.

RUDE is a Real-time UDP Data Emitter, naturally. UDP is a core protocol of “The Internet”, and is used to allow computers to send short messages (datagrams) to each other across a network.

In the real world, UDP is used to stream media applications and online games to computers. So - RUDE emits the data, which is then collected by CRUDE - a Collector for Real-time UDP Data Emitter. If nothing else, it's easy to remember.

More RUDE and CRUDE information: Sourceforge


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