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The East Bay Ruby Meetup Group Message Board › New Meetup: Tropo - An open-source cloud communications platform for Ruby

New Meetup: Tropo - An open-source cloud communications platform for Ruby

Jon S.
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Oakland, CA
Announcing a new Meetup for The East Bay Ruby Meetup Group!

What: Tropo - An open-source cloud communications platform for Ruby

When: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 7:00 PM

Where: Wozniak Lounge
Soda Hall, UC Berkeley Corner of Hearst & LeRoy
Berkeley, CA 94701

Headliner: Jason Goecke / Voxeo

6:30 - 7:00: Open mic: get help; strut your stuff

7:00 - 8:15: Featured presentation

8:15 - 8:30: Jobs Offered / wanted / door prizes

Presentation Abstract
Tropo provides a cloud based API for writing single applications that are for powering multi-channel real-time communications. Write one app that handles voice, instant messaging and Twitter all at once and entirely in Ruby.
During this session we will demonstrate how these APIs work and can be deployed from the cloud. Tropo is open-source, so we will also talk about how to deploy your own Tropo instance in your own environment.
Further, Voxeo Labs continues to sponsor and invest in Adhearsion, the open-source Ruby framework for Asterisk. We will cover the interoperability of Adhearsion between Asterisk and Tropo.

Jason Goecke has been in the open-source telephony industry since 2003, as an early advocate of Asterisk. Since that time he was the co-founder of Adhearsion, the Ruby-based development framework for Asterisk and is now the VP of Innovation for Voxeo Labs. Jason is now responsible for the Tropo cloud communications platform. Jason lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pre-meetup nosh:
We usually meet at the Biryani House (Shattuck @ University) around 5:00pm for snacks and tech talk. Either Rich or Jon will be there... or someone else from the group. Join us if you can and enjoy the food and the discussion.

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