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The Real-Time Network (Web's 3rd Platform)- Stephen Blum of PubNub

The web is changing; Users no longer want to just be social - they
want to interact and participate in real-time. They want to chat,
vote, play and see results instantly.  Delivering real-time web and
mobile apps that work seamlessly across all devices, browsers and
networks anywhere in the world is hard and very expensive - just ask
Skype, WebEx or Facebook.

Join us for an inspiring and informative conversation on
state-of-the-art Web Communication by the CTO of the leading Real-time Network.  Discover advanced functionality offered by Mobile and Web APIs, and learn what companies such as Yahoo!, GetTaxi and Rebtel were able to deliver quickly and affordably.

You will learn how to directly interact with your users instantly, in
real-time, using an always-on socket connection, allowing you to push
data via broadcast or unicast communication.  Utilizing a Real-time
Network makes this easy for your development cycles, and we will show you how.  Startups using the Real-time Network today will be
represented and you'll learn how and why they are using it.

Stephen Blum is the founder and CTO of PubNub. Stephen’s vision and strong technical chops drove the initial architecture of PubNub, building a core engine that has successfully scaled to the some of the largest real-time deployments in the world. Stephen has been a successful software entrepreneur his whole life, starting his first company, LTSun, at age 17, and joining Microsoft after its acquisition. Stephen was the chief architect for TrustedOpinion.com, a 50-language social recommendations site that grew to over 1 million users across over 100 countries.


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