San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
All About WebRTC
On Wednesday, 18 December Google is hosting an event focused exclusively on WebRTC.
WebRTC blogger Tsahi Levent-Levi will be in the speaker lineup along with other WebRTC experts, Sam Dutton from Google and Hadar Weiss from Peer5.
The trio will give an introduction to WebRTC, show you how to use WebRTC in your web apps, and give you an opportunity to ask your questions.
A follow-up hands-on workshop is planned for the following day, Thursday, 19 December.
Day 1 - December 18th - main event
5:30pm Doors open
6:00pm Mingle and enjoy refreshments
6:25pm Welcome notes and introduction
6:30pm Talk #1 (Sam Dutton)
7:00pm Break and lightning talks
7:15pm Talk #2 (Hadar Weiss)
7:45pm Break and lightning talks
8:15pm Talk #3 (Tsahi Levent-levi)
Day 2 - December 19th - hands-on workshop
9:30am Doors open
10:00am Workshop begins
3:00pm Workshop ends (but you can still keep hacking :-))
3:00-4:00pm Reception: show off your projects!
4:00pm Reception ends
Introduction to WebRTC Apps by Sam Dutton
WebRTC implements open standards for peer-to-peer communication of audio, video and data. WebRTC APIs have been implemented across Chrome and Firefox on mobile and desktop, meaning there are now over one billion end points.
This session explains how to get started on building a WebRTC app:
Using getUserMedia() to get access to user-generated video and audio.
Integrating WebRTC with Canvas, WebGL and Web Audio.
What is signaling and why do I need it?
Getting to grips with RTCPeerConnection for audio and video communication.
Using RTCDataChannel for peer-to-peer data communication for file sharing, gaming and more.
The easy way: apps, platforms, libraries and abstraction layers.
Security and privacy.
About the speaker
Sam Dutton is a Developer Advocate for Google Chrome.
He grew up in South Australia, went to university in Sydney, and has lived since 1986 in London. From 2008 to 2010 Sam was a Senior Engineer at BBC R&D Prototyping and WP5 Technical Lead for the P2P-Next project. From 1999 to 2008 Sam worked for ITN, where he built the Shotlister news video cataloguing application using the Qt framework. He's designed and coded lots of web sites, including previous incarnations of itn.co.uk, yellowdiva.com, deccaclassics.com and smithgil.co.uk. Sam has also co-run two primary school Code Clubs.
In the real world of real time: Data Channels
Many WebRTC pundits have said that the data channel is potentially a bigger change impact than voice and video. This presentation will detail with examples and discussions how to use the data channel. Topics covered will be data structures and types, signaling, as well as expectations of performance and reliability.
Hadar Weiss is co-founder and CTO at Peer5 where he is responsible for the company's long-term technology and innovation strategy. Since early 2012, Hadar is pushing the limits of the Web with Peer5's leading many-to-many P2P mesh WebRTC-based infrastructure. Weiss is also an active open source developer of Sharefest, a spin off which has been described as a game changer in the world of filesharing. Formerly, Hadar has been leading various distributed computing projects both for startups and security organizations.
The Evolving WebRTC Ecosystem
WebRTC has been with us for 2 years now. During that time, over 250 vendors have adopted it in different ways, creating a dynamic and evolving WebRTC ecosystem.
In this session, the following questions will be answered:
• How is the WebRTC ecosystem structured?
• What trends do we see within this ecosystem and its dynamics?
• What are vendors doing today with WebRTC beyond the obvious?
• Where is the Israeli angle of WebRTC?
Tsahi Levent-Levi is an Independent Consultant for WebRTC and Product Manager at Amdocs.
Tsahi Levent-Levi has 15 years of experience in the telecommunications, VoIP and 3G industry: as an engineer, manager, marketer and CTO. Tsahi works part time as a Product Manager at Amdocs, where he focuses on technologies that gets integrated into Amdocs' BSS/OSS product offerings.
In the rest of his time, Tsahi is an independent consultant, assisting companies to bridge between technologies and business strategy in the domain of telecommunications. Tsahi is the author and editor of bloggeek.me, which focuses on the ecosystem and business opportunities around WebRTC. Tsahi has an MSc in Computer Science, and an MBA degree with specializing in Entrepreneurship and Strategy. Tsahi has been granted three patents related to 3G-324M and VoIP. He acted as the chairman of various activity groups within the IMTC, an organization focusing on interoperability of multimedia communications.
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