Archive for September, 2010

ZeroMQ: Modern & Fast Networking Stack – igvita.com

Berkeley Sockets (BSD) are the de facto API for all network communication. With roots from the early 1980’s, it is the original implementation of the TCP/IP suite, and arguably one of the most widely supported and critical components of any operating system today. BSD sockets that most of us are familiar with are peer-to-peer connections, […]

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