Tag Archives: Philippe Sultan

PSTN at LyteSpark by Igor Pavlov, CTO

LyteSpark is a video conferencing platform for businesses and communities. Both IT start-ups and established companies use 3rd party services, there are no general rules dictating when you should develop some modules yourself. However, there are some questions you might want to ask yourself before taking decisions: “Is this area our core competence? If not, … Continue reading PSTN at LyteSpark by Igor Pavlov, CTO

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

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