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WebRTC Code Labs

We will be collaborating with GDG Boston for the following event, sign up early there will be limited space:

For those of you for whom his evening talk later in the week will not be enough, Google software engineer Benjamin Schwartz will hold a hands-on-lab on Sunday November 17. He picked a good Sunday because the Patriots are playing on Monday 

Synopsis

Code Lab:

The latest version of the WebRTC Code Lab from Google I/O 2013, now here in Cambridge. Bring your dev machines, warm up your coding fingers, and get ready to whip up your very own videoconferencing service from scratch. Prerequisites: git, node.js. Attendees are recommended to review https://bitbucket.org/webrtc/codelab ahead of time. 

Note: If you are interested in learning about WebRTC but can't make this session there will be a an overview talk without the code lab on Tuesday 11/19 please register.

Speaker Biography

Ben Schwartz is a software engineer on Google's WebRTC team. You can see his code in the WebRTC reference implementation and in the Chromium WebRTC components. He earned a BS in Physics and Mathematics from MIT and a PhD in Biophysics from Harvard. Benjamin is based in Google's Kirkland, WA office, but is a Cantabrigian at heart.

For those of you for whom his evening talk later in the week will not be enough, Google software engineer Benjamin Schwartz will hold a hands-on-lab on Sunday November 17. He picked a good Sunday because the Patriots are playing on Monday 

Synopsis

Code Lab:

The latest version of the WebRTC Code Lab from Google I/O 2013, now here in Cambridge. Bring your dev machines, warm up your coding fingers, and get ready to whip up your very own videoconferencing service from scratch. Prerequisites: git, node.js. Attendees are recommended to review https://bitbucket.org/webrtc/codelab ahead of time. 

Note: If you are interested in learning about WebRTC but can't make this session there will be a an overview talk without the code lab on Tuesday 11/19 please register.

Speaker Biography

Ben Schwartz is a software engineer on Google's WebRTC team. You can see his code in the WebRTC reference implementation and in the Chromium WebRTC components. He earned a BS in Physics and Mathematics from MIT and a PhD in Biophysics from Harvard. Benjamin is based in Google's Kirkland, WA office, but is a Cantabrigian at heart.

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  • E B

    Some things found at the meeting: https://apprtc.appspot.com uses WebRTC to transmit video & audio between browsers -- simply use the same URL. https://www.sharefest.me sends files between browsers without upload to third party storage.

    November 19, 2013

  • Merlin C.

    Just a heads up, we will be providing coffee, and bagels, thanks to Bocoup! See everyone tomorrow morning!

    1 · November 16, 2013

  • c r.

    Ummm....where will it be?

    November 12, 2013

  • jay

    Weekend handouts for learning are the best

    November 6, 2013

  • Steve W.

    And of course once we have that capability, we'll realize the only words we ever have to use are hashtags that were invented yesterday; anything else would be #tldr #webrtc #lmgtfy </grouchyguss>

    October 31, 2013

  • Steve W.

    In the near future, if you see a term you don't recognize, like "WebRTC," your Google Glass will detect the stutter in your brainwaves, look back in your eye-tracking log, google the term, and read the definition to you in your own voice so you think you already knew it.

    October 31, 2013

  • Merlin C.

    Just a note, you only to need to sign up for the event on one page. So, if you are GDG member also, and already signed up for the event there, you do not need to sign up twice, since space is limited. Thanks!

    October 30, 2013

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