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|Known for||bzip2, valgrind|
Julian Seward is a British compiler writer and Free Software contributor who lives in Stuttgart. He is commonly known for creating the bzip2 compression tool in 1996, as well as the valgrind memory debugging toolset founded in 2000. In 2006, he won a second Google-O'Reilly Open Source Award for his work on Valgrind.
- bzip2 (1996), a data compressor
- cacheprof (1999), a tool for locating the sources of D-cache misses
- Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC)
- Valgrind, a memory debugger
- July 2006 Julian Seward won a Google-O'Reilly Open Source Award for "Best Toolmaker" for his work on Valgrind
- Interview with Valgrind Author Julian Seward on techrepublic.com, January 2004.
- Interview with Valgrind Author Julian Seward on kde.org, February 2006.
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