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How to build video streaming iOS & Android apps (Russ Fustino Returns to BTV!)
Russ Fustino was a force behind the creation of the Vermont.NET User Group in 2002. We're excited to have him come visit! And he's got swag: a $50 Amazon gift certificate and a copy of his book, "Azure & Xamarin Forms" ------------------------------ Video streaming apps are all the rage and continue to demonstrate rapid growth in usage and creative implementations. Every vertical market has the need for video apps. So, you want to learn how to build a video streaming app, but you don’t know where to get started or you are not a video expert? Or maybe you are just curious about video technology? Then, this session is for you! To build a live-streaming app for iOS and Android, you don’t have to be a video expert. Using a mobile SDK and cloud streaming service can help you quickly and easily integrate live video into an existing app or service or build a livestream app from the ground up. Using these tools, you can build anything from a basic one-way broadcasting platform to a fully interactive live-streaming app that allows users to create and share their own videos. This is referred to as user generated content. It’s all about the tools, huh? What about the need for speed? More and more apps demand real-time streaming delivery—such as those for gaming, financial trading, auctions or interactive experiences like HQ Trivia—you need an API that’s built for speed. Learn how to send live streams to destinations around the world with the goal to minimize the latency time it takes to display a live video from glass to glass. That is, from the glass of the recording device glass to the glass of the end viewer’s screen. Join Russ Fustino, Wowza Developer Evangelist, in this informative session and see how easy it is to get started building iOS and Android apps using video streaming with actual latency in the sub 3 second range anywhere on the globe. Times are changing. Keep up with the times. Hope to see you at the session! What you will learn in this session: • How to use video streaming in iOS and Android apps. • How to use video streaming sample code. • How to reduce latency of the stream. • Learn about video streaming basics. • API code and Video SDK. Bio: Russ is a Developer Evangelist for Wowza and an Apress published book author, "Azure and Xamarin Forms". He’s a recipient of the INETA Lifetime Achievement and Microsoft MVP[masked] awards and is a Xamarin Certified developer for building cross-platform apps (e.g., the Endorsed Jethro Tull App). Russ is a former Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, Russ’ ToolShed, Xamarin and Component One. Follow @RussFustino and @WowzaDev.

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Vermont.NET (aka VTdotNET.org (http://www.vtdotnet.org)) Microsoft .NET developers meeting monthly for awesome presentations on .NET and other relevant software developer topics. Since 2002. Contact vtdotnet@gmail.com.

Vermont Code Camp An annual one day gathering of local coders with training in a variety of platforms. Started in September 2009. More info at vtcodecamp.org (http://www.vtcodecamp.org).

VTFunc Functional programmers & the curious get together once a month to talk about functional development topics. Even if you are not using a functional programming language, these meetings are sure to inspire!

W3C Chapter Weekly meetup to collaborate on and influence web standards. W3C.org is listening!

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BurlingtonJS (also at http://burlingtonjs.org ) Javascript focused topics

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