Name: William Stoddard
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Bill is a member of the Apache Software Foundation and an active developer in the Apache HTTP Server project. He was the product area tech lead behind IBM's decision to drop development of its proprietary HTTP server in favor of Apache. Bill's Apache HTTP Server activities have mainly focused on making Apache on Windows a serious contender. Apache 2.0 for Windows now uses advanced Winsock2 APIs, including asynchronous AcceptEx and I/O CompletionPorts to manage network I/O and the worker thread pool. These improvements, along with a file handle cache, nearly triples throughput when serving static files Future work planned for Apache 2.0 on Windows includes adding support for asynchronous network I/O.
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