Jeremie Miller

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Jeremie Miller (born (1975-04-07) April 7, 1975 (age 43)) is the inventor of Jabber/XMPP technologies and was the primary developer of jabberd 1.0, the first XMPP server.[citation needed] He also wrote one of the very first XML parsers in JavaScript.[citation needed] He began working on Jabber in 1998.[citation needed]

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Miller is from Cascade, Iowa, and lives in Denver, Colorado.[citation needed]

Miller began developing the software on his farm in Iowa. He attended Iowa State University where he studied computer and electrical design. He broke off his studies early in 1995 to join an Internet startup company.[which?][citation needed]

In May 2007, he was hired at Wikia to be technical lead for a project to create an open search engine called Wikia Search.[1] Miller co-founded a company called Singly in 2010, which announced the Locker Project in 2011 and TeleHash projects.[citation needed]

Singly was acquired by Appcelerator in August 2013 on undisclosed terms.[2]

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  1. ^ Search Wikia hires Jabber founder, expands concept Archived 2007-10-13 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Devindra Hardawar (August 22, 2013). "Why did Appcelerator buy Singly? Because it wants to be the next Oracle". Venture Beat. Retrieved 2017-04-03.

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