I have been learning NGINX for some time. The more I learn it, the happier, I get. I love that these guys are focused on the actual problem that needs to be solved - a good product that tries to solve the important user requirements well instead of trying to do everything. Their philosophy is reflected in the documentation and is very inspiring. They're humble. This hit me while reading NGINX: If Is Evil. Just read the sentences. They're blunt. The authors accept that there is a problem. No schmoozing! Just genuineness!