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README.md

ØMQ - The Guide ===============

Written by Pieter Hintjens ph@imatix.com, CEO iMatix Corporation.

A ØMQ socket is what you get when you take a normal TCP socket, inject it with a mix of radioactive isotopes stolen from a secret Soviet atomic research project, bombard it with 1950-era cosmic rays, and put it into the hands of a drug-addled comic book author with a badly-disguised fetish for bulging muscles clad in spandex. Yes, ØMQ sockets are the world-saving superheros of the networking world.

License -------

The text of "ØMQ - The Guide" is copyright (c) 2010 Pieter Hintjens, and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. The source code examples are licensed under MIT/X11 unless otherwise specified in the code. The tools in bin are placed into the public domain.

Contributions -------------

All contributions to the Guide example source code is governed by the C4 process.

Thanks ------

Thanks to all the contributors, listed in CONTRIBUTORS.