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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

TADHack Paris Review

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 sponsors provide an introduction to themselves and their resources in this TADHack Paris … Continue reading TADHack Paris Review

Circuit by Unify at TADHack Paris

Unify, a leading provider of communication software and services, is glad to introduce TADHack developers to Circuit by Unify, an enterprise WebRTC based team communication and collaboration service. Developers can explore a wide range of cPaas (collaborative Platform-as-a-Service) use cases and Circuit APIs by accessing a free sandbox via the community pages. We have two … Continue reading Circuit by Unify at TADHack Paris

TADHack Paris 12-13 December

TADHack Paris will run over the weekend of the 12th and 13th December at the NUMA Sentier in Paris, just before the WebRTC Conference and Expo. The Hackathon will focus on WebRTC as well as the sponsors’ resources: Apidaze, Circuit by Unify, Telestax, Tropo, and VoxImplant. We hope to have a couple more sponsors announced in … Continue reading TADHack Paris 12-13 December

TADHack-mini Chicago Winners

TADHack-mini Chicago ran over the weekend of the 3-4 October, just before the RTC Conference. We had 50 people involved with diverse backgrounds from of course IIT (Illinois Institute of Technology) students; through people in finance, manufacturing, and supply; many of which were not hard-core coders. TADHacks really are for everyone. In reverse alphabetical order … Continue reading TADHack-mini Chicago Winners

TADHack-mini Chicago 3/4 October

TADHack-mini Chicago will run over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th October at the Idea Shop in Chicago, just before the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Real Time Communications Conference. The Hackathon will focus on IoT (Internet of Things), next generation emergency services (NG911), Telecom APIs and WebRTC, identity / federation, and speech / video … Continue reading TADHack-mini Chicago 3/4 October

How a Marketing Guy Won TADHack with ThirdEye

I am a product management and product marketing consultant that’s been focused on WebRTC for the past couple of years. I am not a professional developer. This is how I won $1000 as an amateur at the TADHack. My background I did go to school for Electrical Engineering and did some coding there (mostly assembly … Continue reading How a Marketing Guy Won TADHack with ThirdEye

TADHack Global 2015 Summary

TADHack Global 2015 ran on 13-14 June across 15 locations (including remote). Its focus is helping developers discover the power of adding telecom capabilities to their apps, services and business processes. We’re going to see several of the hacks created going live for customers in the coming months, that will be for another weblog. This … Continue reading TADHack Global 2015 Summary

Turn to TURN before you have WebRTC Connectivity Problems with StreamStack

You’ve studied up on WebRTC, the sponsor APIs, and worked feverishly to getting your hack together. You’ve been running tests on your local machine and everything is going great, and think to yourself “this WebRTC stuff is easy”. You run some tests between machines on the local network and it works. WebRTC is magic! So … Continue reading Turn to TURN before you have WebRTC Connectivity Problems with StreamStack