Category Archives: Developer Spotlight

Developer Spotlight Vince Puglia

My name is Vince Puglia, sales engineer for Dialogic and the creator of myVirtualLesson. I’m a long-time listener, first-time hacker. I got my start in telecommunications through a support role as an application engineer at Dialogic before joining the sales team so I had plenty of programming fundamentals that I could fall back on. Still … Continue reading Developer Spotlight Vince Puglia

Developer Spotlight ClassOnLive

ClassOnLive is a marketplace that allows real time communications to take place in a single place. It allows experts (freelancers, businesses and institutions) to connect LIVE and in real time with their audience (potential and current customers, students and general public). Experts can connect one to one, small groups and/or webinars and can do conferences, advice, … Continue reading Developer Spotlight ClassOnLive

ConnectCare Hack by SPAN

SPAN is a well-established and fast-growing CMMI level 5 IT services company, which is a fully owned subsidiary of EVRY – one of the largest IT companies in the Nordics. SPAN has deep understanding of the IP communication (Unified Communication – UC) and has worked on products ranging from Core call center products to Multimedia … Continue reading ConnectCare Hack by SPAN

Spotlight on Famous4Money

The Famous4Money team was Jairo Canales, Francisco, Sergio, Mar, and Natalia. The hack was created to cover a humanitarian goal. We thought that there is a great opportunity to take some of our free time to make a small contribution to society. The idea in this case was to make people that do not collaborate … Continue reading Spotlight on Famous4Money

Jaime Casero’s TADHack Story

I won the RestComm/Telestax category at TADHack 2014 Madrid. You can see the video of my presentation for the Real Time Quiz hack. The solution is based in two components; Web and CC (Call Control) side, that is the telephone network. The web side, handles the contest logic. This logic is implemented as a very basic state machine, with the … Continue reading Jaime Casero’s TADHack Story

Joris Swinnen and team WebRTC Nederland at TADHack

WebRT… what?!? Our first encounters The first time we experienced WebRTC was in December 2013 and happened more or less by coincidence. Rianne Goijarts, Alex Bischop and Bart Uelen attended the WebRTC 2013 : The First Real-World Deployments in Paris. There we met Luis and Philippe from Apidaze and our co-operation was born between WebRTC Nederland … Continue reading Joris Swinnen and team WebRTC Nederland at TADHack

Spotlight on TADHack Winners Team Anyare

Team Anyare (pronounced as an-ya-re) is composed of Marte Soliza and Beato Bongco from the Philippines.   They are the winners of TADHack Philippines.  You can see more on TADHack Philippines in this weblog.  Marte is the CTO of Insync and a veteran of hackathons and code jams, having won various awards over the years. Beato … Continue reading Spotlight on TADHack Winners Team Anyare

Team SuperStreamer by Arjun Kamath

The SuperStreamer team from Ericsson, Finland consisted of Arjun Kamath, a developer and Ella Kaila, an industrial designer. Since the field of TAD (Telecom Application Development) is young, a conscious decision was made to develop not just a hack but a a service concept as well. TADHack 2014 was also seen as a place to … Continue reading Team SuperStreamer by Arjun Kamath

Developer Spotlight Extrogene with Offerhut

Extrogene delivers telecom software solutions. They were a runner up at TADHack Sri Lanka 2014 with their application Offerhut, see the video of their pitch below.  At TADHack SL, all teams developed on ideamart , the API (Application Programming Interfaces) platform of Dialog Axiata which is a deployment of hSenid Mobile’s TAP (Telco Application Platform). … Continue reading Developer Spotlight Extrogene with Offerhut

TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 3

The second Nexmo prize went to Arjun Kamath and Ella Kaila with Super Streamer that uses WebRTC to broadcast video, not just peer to peer.  There was a problem with the HMDI connector on Arjun’s laptop, but the key slides on how the broadcast works did appear and he battled through bravely and in the end … Continue reading TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 3