[WebRTC Talks] Low-latency Media & Real Time Communications for the Masses

GDG Cambridge, MA
Tue, Feb 5, 2019, 6:00 PM (EST)

About this event

WebRTC has continued its crazy adoption with improved support in browser and native mobile platforms and a growing number of use cases ranging from smart doorbells to traditional call centers. We are gathering again at Google in Cambridge to discuss the latest updates on this technology, examine use cases, hear insights from local developers, and network with fellow practitioners.

* CHECKING IN ON WEBRTC - Chad Hart of cwh.consulting / webrtcHacks will give a brief industry update
* WEBRTC-BASED LIVE-STREAMING IN YOUTUBE - Ying Yin of YouTube will talk about how they implemented WebRTC for this popular real time broadcasting feature
* WEBRTC BEST PRACTICES FROM DEVELOPERS AND ENTERPRISES - Robert Welbourn of Twilio will share some of their recommendations for different environments
* ENSURING A QUALITY WEBRTC EXPERIENCE - Alexandrea Mellen and Carl Blume of Callstats.io will talk about common WebRTC implementation mistakes and how to avoid them
* LEVERAGING WEBRTC FOR COLLABORATION AND DRONES - Osama Alshaykh of NxTEC and Boston University Professor will discuss his architecture and learnings from his various WebRTC projects

6:00 - 7:00 Reception
7:00 - 7:45 Talks
7:45 - 8:00 Refreshment break
8:00 - 8:45 Talks

If you are not familiar, WebRTC is an Internet standard, open source community, and developer movement bringing real time communications to the web, mobile apps, and connected devices with just a few web API’s.

Sponsored by YouTube, Google, Kranky Geek, and Callstats.io.

Co-hosted with the Google Developer Group (GDG) Cambridge and New England Software Engineers (NESE).


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