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Carrefour at TADHack Global

For the first time at TADHack we had a sponsor outside the telecoms industry, Carrefour, a French multinational retailer. They are the second largest hypermarket chain in the world, with 1600 hypermarkets. They operate in 30 countries, in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Carrefour means “crossroads” and “public square” in French. Given TADHack is … Continue reading Carrefour at TADHack Global

How to Voxbone at TADHack-mini London 2016

By Sacha Nacar Torrey Searle and I participated in the TADHack mini hackathon in London this past weekend and we discovered some pretty cool things… Everybody loves Slack, there’s no denying it – we even tried mashing it up with our own APIs. However, what Slack lacks is the same ‘openness’ in voice/video communication. Yes … Continue reading How to Voxbone at TADHack-mini London 2016

TADHack London Part 2

TADHack-mini London was larger that last year with 88 people through the door, 18 hacks, with more diversity of people involved, and many more hacks winning that required little coding. For example, using webhooks between Cisco Spark and IBM Bluemix. This is an important trend; the tools and platforms continue to democratize telecoms so more … Continue reading TADHack London Part 2

Quick Summary of TADHack-mini London 2016 and the Winners

TADHack-mini London was larger that last year with 88 people through the door, with 18 hacks, with more diversity of people involved, and many more hacks winning that required little coding. This is an important trend; the tools and platforms continue to democratize telecoms so more and more people can use it their applications, services … Continue reading Quick Summary of TADHack-mini London 2016 and the Winners

Democratizing Communication with Founders and Coders at TADHack-mini London

Rob Pickering (founder and CEO) and the IPCortex team have been at several TADHacks. They participated at the first TADHack in Madrid in the 2014, and won the Google prize for our RTCEmergency incident response hack. They’ve subsequently attended TADSummits and participated in last year’s TADHack-mini London event building Keevio eye, WebRTC on a drone, … Continue reading Democratizing Communication with Founders and Coders at TADHack-mini London

TADHack Japan Prizes

TADHack Japan exceeded everyone’s expectations, we achieved a series of firsts for TADHack as described in the TADHack Japan Day 1 weblog. Then on Day 2 the 11 pitches demonstrated the world-class Japanese talent in telecom application development. In this weblog we review the 5 hacks that received TADHack Japan prizes, in alphabetical order of … Continue reading TADHack Japan Prizes

TADHack Japan Day 1

We achieved a first at TADHack Japan Day 1, close to 100% turn out ratio for those registered to attend in person.  And this is Valentine’s weekend, the developers here are hardcore! We have never achieved such a turn-out ratio before. This demonstrates the interest in telecom app development and particularly WebRTC in Japan. This … Continue reading TADHack Japan Day 1

Prizes for TADHack Japan

Here are the prizes for TADHack Japan. Skyway prize will be a Raspberry Pi and WebRTC book that Uchida-san of NTT Advanced Technology translated. You will be able to meet Uchida-san at both TADHack Japan (13-14 February) and the WebRTC Conference Japan (16-17 February). Telestax prize will be 80,000 yen worth of Amazon gift certificates … Continue reading Prizes for TADHack Japan

TADHack Japan 13/14 February Kawasaki

TADHack-mini Japan hackathon is now live with English and Japanese websites. Thank you to Michi Kiyono (NTT-AT) for the translation work and Naoki Uchida (NTT-AT) for your guidance in making this event possible. TADHack Japan will run on the 13th and 14th February, just before the WebRTC Conference in Tokyo on the 16th and 17th … Continue reading TADHack Japan 13/14 February Kawasaki

TADHack Paris Review Part 2

This is part 2 of the TADHack Paris review. Part 1 is here. TADHack Paris ran over the weekend of the 12th and 13th December at NUMA Sentier, just before the WebRTC Conference and Expo. The Hackathon focused on WebRTC and the sponsors’ resources: Apidaze, Circuit by Unify, Telestax, Tropo (CiscoSpark), Truphone, and VoxImplant. The … Continue reading TADHack Paris Review Part 2