Tag Archives: Neil Stratford

WebRTC Lights from Neil Stratford

By Neil Stratford (@neilstratford) For the WebRTC themed London TADHack-mini I wanted to build something that demonstrated WebRTC in a different way, that wasn’t traditional audio or video communication. The hack, WebRTC Lights, has its roots in the festive season, the idea being to replace boring old strings of blinking lights with modern LED strips, … Continue reading WebRTC Lights from Neil Stratford

TADHack mini London Review Part 3 of 3

Thank you to everyone who was involved in making TADHack mini London an amazing event. We had 98 people registered both onsite and remote, and over the 2 days we had 70 people take part (both onsite and remote) generating 18 world-class hacks, which demonstrate the power of telecom application development: from controlling drones in … Continue reading TADHack mini London Review Part 3 of 3

TADHack mini London Winners

Just a quick weblog on the TADHack mini London winners. Compared to TADHack Global in June last year, we had many more mash-ups, much more risk taking, some amazing feats of coding, plus many more newbies making their first hacks. You can review all the pitches in a series of 3 weblogs beginning with this … Continue reading TADHack mini London Winners

Tim Panton Interview: How to Approach Hackathons

We interviewed celeb developer Tim Panton last year on the TADHack weblog. He is a winner at TADHack last year with Fragment, more on that later, and for the fairness of everyone competing at TADHack WebRTC London 11-12 April, Tim will be one of our world-class mentors, along with Sam Dutton of Google, Matthew Hodgson of Matrix.org, … Continue reading Tim Panton Interview: How to Approach Hackathons