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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.

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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.

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