Why every developer should know WebRTC by Steven Goodwin

Why every developer should know WebRTC by Steven Goodwin

Date/Time
Date(s) - 26/01/2016
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
New castle university london

102 Middlesex Street
London E1 7EZ

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“Why every developer should know WebRTC”

WebRTC is a communication protocol that is built directly into the web browser, allowing for voice and video calls to be made without plugins or native applications. It was originated in 2011 by Google and yet appears to be almost unknown outside its small, well-informed, community.

In this talk, Steven covers the basics of the platform, what it is, what is does (and does not do), as well as covering some of the underlying code.

Steven Goodwin (London, England) , CTO of Third Space Learning. Steven has been involved in computing, science, and technology from an early age, building his first synthesizer while still in his teens. As a systems architect he’s designed and built global systems for Unilever, Playfish, and Know Maths using a wide range of languages and technologies. He’s also highly experienced on the small scale, with work on the iPhone, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi, as well as running teams of between 1 and 30 people. His position as an industry thought leader in technology implementations includes being a mentor at ed-invent, a start-up consultant, and a futurist. He has given talks around the world on topics as diverse as home automation, HTML5, game development, and quantum superpositions.

You can follow Steven on twitter : @MarquisdeGeek

Why every developer should know WebRTC by Steven Goodwin

Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016, 6:30 PM

Newcastle University London
102 Middlesex Street London, GB

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“Why every developer should know WebRTC”WebRTC is a communication protocol that is built directly into the web browser, allowing for voice and video calls to be made without plugins or native applications. It was originated in 2011 by Google and yet appears to be almost unknown outside its small, well-informed, community.In this talk, Steven cov…

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