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RealTimeWeekly #146


12 Sep RealTimeWeekly #146

Real Time Weekly: Sept 12th 2016

This week we’ve got a couple of interesting technical commentaries from Tsahi, the latest WebRTC Standards webinar, a NodeJS chatbot and Websockets with Micropython for you hardware geeks. Enjoy!

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This week’s Real-Time news

Should you use Kurento or Jitsi for your multiparty WebRTC video conference product?

Tsahi Levent-Levi,
Sep 5 2016
Which open source media server should you use? Tsahi provides an insightful comparison of the best use cases for Kurento or Jitsi.

WebRTC Standards Webinar: Debugging Networking Issues in WebRTC

Sept 12 2016
The next info-packed webinar from the WebRTC Standards team is today!  In fact, it’s already happened by the time you’re reading this, so check out the link for a recording.

WebRTC: To Mechanical Turk or NOT to Mechanical Turk

Tsahi Levent-Levi, testRTC
Aug 31 2016
Excellent advice on testing and why automation helps with WebRTC apps.

A NodeJS chatbot tutorial — Part 1

Sept 6 2016
This tutorial connects the Microsoft Bot framework and with Facebook Messenger using Node.js.

Websockets + on the ESP8266 w/ Micropython

Danielle Madeley, Sep 3 2016
For those of you looking to do a little hardware coding this week, Danielle links to code samples on how to using a python microcontroller with

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