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Jean-Loup Gailly

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Jean-Loup Gailly

Jean-Loup Gailly is an author of gzip. He wrote the compression code of the portable archiver of the Info-ZIP and the tools compatible with the PKZIP archiver for MS-DOS. He worked over zlib in collaboration with Mark Adler.

He wrote a chapter on fractal image compression for Mark Nelson's The Data Compression Book.

From 1990 to 1995, he designed the real-time executive of the ChorusOS microkernel.

From 1999 to 2001, he was the CTO of Mandrakesoft.

Since October 2006, he works at Google as a Tech. Lead Manager.

External links

  • Jean-Loup's home page
  • Jean-Loup Gailly On gzip, Go and Mandrake, an interview on Slashdot

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