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So you want to change the world? We do too, by building better businesses (aka The Little Handbook for Sturdy Startups)

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So you want to change the world? Well good, we do too, and we think we can do it by building a better business and helping other people do the same.

I've venerated the people all over the world who work indefatigably to create impactful change in so many different and incredible ways and have often wondered how I could use what we do at dojo4 to do the same. And we have moved vigorously toward focusing our energy on doing just that by partnering with impact enterprises to help with the technology they need to better address the problems they're solving. But, at the risk of being cloyingly trite, I've realized that one of the essential ways that we can generate real change in the world is be affecting real change in our own lives, families, businesses and communities.

So you want to change the world? We do too, by building better businesses...

LittleHandbookCallOnYourCommunity.png

So you want to change the world? Well good, we do too, and we think we can do it by building a better business and helping other people do the same.

I've venerated the people all over the world who work indefatigably to create impactful change in so many different and incredible ways and have often wondered how I could use what we do at dojo4 to do the same. And we have moved vigorously toward focusing our energy on doing just that by partnering with impact enterprises to help with the technology they need to better address the problems they're solving. But, at the risk of being cloyingly trite, I've realized that one of the essential ways that we can generate real change in the world is be affecting real change in our own lives, families, businesses and communities.

Multi-domain HTTPS with Server Name Indication

(This this is a condensed version of Yes, Virginia, You Can Use SNI which originally appeared on Spike's Stuff... And Things... blog)

When you connect to a web server securely using HTTPS the security is negotiated using TLS. Two things happen, the identity of the server is verified and the connection is encrypted.

The verification is important, it doesn't matter if the connection is encrypted if you've somehow been redirect to an evildoer's server. However, that verification can be problematic if a web server is serving more than one hostname.