Daniel Stenberg

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Daniel Stenberg
OccupationComputer Scientist/Programmer
Notable work
cURL

Daniel Stenberg is a Swedish developer, recipient of the Polhem Prize 2017[1] [2] for his work on curl.

He was was born and raised in Huddinge, a suburb south of Sweden's capital Stockholm. He created a utility which, after various name and license changes, became known as curl, and is currently available under the MIT License.[citation needed]

For reasons that are not clear, Daniel is currently (as at February 2019) unable to travel to the USA, after problems travelling from Hawaii to San Francisco in June 2017.[citation needed]

In February 2019, Daniel joined WolfSSL, to offer commercial support for curl, and to work on curl as full-time as possible.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "My night at the museum | daniel.haxx.se". Retrieved 2019-02-17.
  2. ^ "Polhemspriset 2017 | daniel.haxx.se". Retrieved 2019-02-17.