22 Dec RealTimeWeekly #59
This week’s issue covers some updates from the WebRTC Paris conference, the Internet of Things toy-factor, real time streaming data, and more!
As always, if you have tips, event announcements, or suggestions, please contact me directly at Arin@AgilityFeat.com.
This week’s Real-Time news
Alan’s summary of the recent WebRTC conference in Paris, with links to the hackathon winners and also his presentation on WebRTC for non-Telco developers. It sounds like it was a great event, I wish I could have been there! Congratulations to Matrix.org for taking home the most innovative prize!
Werner Schuster, InfoQ
Dec 13 2014
An interview about how Andrew uses real time programming for live audiovisual theater, and the unique challenges it presents.
Jon Bruner, O’Reilly Media
Dec 18 2014
A nice reading list summary of O’Reilly books that you may want to check out covering topics from Pi’s and Arduino’s to design thinking to programming languages, iBeacons, and hardware business models. Good holiday reading for you!
Dec 16 2014
This is the slide deck from a recent WebRTC presentation by Victor – and although there’s no voice over to go with it and provide the context for all the slides there is still interesting information within.
Marc Canter, TechCrunch
Dec 21 2014
The Internet of Things has an image problem. Consumers are rejecting things like Google Glass and many fitness wearables, and don’t see the impact of Machine to Machine communications on their lives. Marc Canter says we’re missing the point and the possibilities.
Tsahi Levent-Levi, BlogGeek.me
Dec 22 2014
A talk from WebRTC Paris by Tsahi and Amir Zmora covering the current state of WebRTC API vendors.
Shyam Purkayastha, PubNub
Dec 16 2014
Tutorial combining python, PubNub and MongoDB to show how to stream real-time data updates using stock prices as an example.