Dialogic solves a WebRTC NAT problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju

Dialogic solved a WebRTC NAT (Network Address Translation) problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju and now anybody can use the solution in minutes. Mid May I contacted Ubuntu and explained that one of the sponsors suggested that at TADHack we setup a TURN (Traversal Using Relays around NAT) and STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) server … Continue reading Dialogic solves a WebRTC NAT problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju

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

Pre and Post TADHack Surveys

Thanks to everyone for their great feedback on the pre and post TADHack surveys. A summary of the results is shown in the slides below.  We had 188 responses to the pre-event survey and 40 responses to the post-event survey.   You can see the 22 countries that responded to the survey in the slides. … Continue reading Pre and Post TADHack Surveys

TADHack Review

TADHack is the only global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create across the breath of telecom tools and technologies. All telecom technologies and platforms were present at TADHack.  Its a broad and open event with the focus on how all developers regardless of telecoms knowledge can use telecom technologies. … Continue reading TADHack Review

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

TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 2

The second Ubuntu prize went to the remote entry ParkuestTH by José Carlos López and team from Mexico using a range to telecom capabilities as well as Juju charms, to solve the problem of finding and paying for parking. The first Apidaze prize went to O1Otct by Joris Swinnen, on using WebRTC to make it easy … Continue reading TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 2

TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 1

TADHack is the only global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create across the breath of telecom tools and technologies.  A question asked is why use the term telecom as telcos really have a bad wrap.  The question is fair.  Adding telecoms to application, services or business processes creates amazing … Continue reading TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 1

TADHack Winners: The Satellites

Congratulations to every team that contributed to TADHack, we’re going to promote you and your work. Saturday ended up being an intense day.  It is fair to say the judges in Madrid were shell-shocked by 5PM by the volume and quality of the hacks. Here is the playlist of all the winners.  This weblog focused … Continue reading TADHack Winners: The Satellites