Pieter Hintjens (December 3, 1962 – October 4, 2016) is a Belgian developer , author, and former president of the Association for Free Information Infrastructure (FFII), an association fighting against software patents . In 2007, he was nominated as one of the “50 most influential personalities on intellectual property ” by Managing Intellectual Property magazine .
Hintjens was born in Congo in 1962 and grew up in East Africa 1 .
He works at iMatix, a company that creates free software , the position of chief software architect and head of company. They have given us: ZeroMQ (in) , a library for high performance , OpenAMQ (in) , a free implementation of the message protocol AMQP , Librero 2 and GSL 3 , two tools source code generation , and web server Xitami (En) .
- ( In ) Confessions of a Necromancer , 2016
- ( In ) Social Architecture , 2016 4
- ( In ) The Psychopath Code , 2015
- ( In ) ZeroMQ: Messaging for Many Applications , O’Reilly Media , 2013
- ( In ) Culture and Empire: Digital Revolution , 2013
- ( In ) Code Connected Volume 1 , 2013
- ( In ) Scalable C , unfinished 5
- ↑ ( en ) ” Pieter Hintjens – members.digistan.org ” [ archive ] , on members.digistan.org (accessed5 October 2016 )
- ↑ ( en ) « Introduction to Libero » [ archive ] , on imatix-legacy.github.io , (Accessed 7 October 2016)
- ↑ ( in ) ” GSL / 4.1 – a Universal Code Generator ” [ archive ] , on github.com (accessed on7 October 2016 )
- ↑ ( en ) « Books by Pieter Hintjens – Hintjens.com » [ archive ] , on hintjens.com
- ↑ ( en ) ” Scalable C (in progress) · GitBook ” [ archive ] , on GitBook