Event: Friday April 20th, 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 5 PM UK, 6 PM CEDT
LaunchCode offers the learning resources and job opportunities to help prepare and launch careers in technology. They provide courses, educational resources, career coaching, and mentorship to prospective LaunchCoders, 80% of whom begin without a computer science degree.
Daniel Fogarty, Director of Growth, and VP of Impact Haley Shoaf join us to talk about the their challenges and victories.
In 2015, Atlassian acquired Blue Jimp, the mastermind team behind the Jitsi community. This is a quote from their news post:
“Jitsi is an open source project that includes the WebRTC Jitsi Videobridge, among other technologies. The Jitsi Videobridge relays video rather than mixing it which provides improved scale with higher quality and lower latency. These are very good things.”
We talk to Emil while he’s at his walking desk! Topics, dramatic weight loss and the changes he made to achieve it. Randy wrote a book, Real Men Stay Fit: 101+ Simple Tips available at most Amazon stores. We also talk about privacy beyond Facebook and the invasion (or not) of smart home devices. How Google Lens kept insisting photos taken in Bordeaux were famous Paris landmarks. The usual suspects!
Event: Friday April 6th, 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 16:00 UTC, 18:00 CEDT
Joe Roberts is new to these parts. He spent many years in corporate IT before making the transition to the world of wine. He described himself as a “freelance wine writer and media guy, and founder of 1WineDude.com.”
His blog brings a refreshingly irreverent perspective to the world of wine. It’s repeatedly been acclaimed as one of the leading wine blogs.
He’ll be speaking about the different activities the Meetecho team is carrying on, especially with respect to scalability, monitoring/troubleshooting, and new WebRTC stuff. He’ll also share some news from the latest Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting, which he streamed just last week.
Event: Friday March 23rd 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 4PM GMT
We first met Suzanne at Astricon one year. She began the first of her many careers managing a fitness center before teaching English and becoming a part of VoIP startup DIDx. Recently, she created a brand of custom leather jackets and vests! We recommended her for a little acting with WebRTC Crocodile at a conference a few years ago. At ITEXPO, she was involved in blockchain events. We’ll talk about all of these challenges in this Vision, and longtime friend Kathleen King will also update us on ClueCon.
Event: Friday March 16th at 12 Noon EDT, 4PM UK, 5PM Paris/Berlin
This Friday, we welcome COO Patrick Sullivan of 2600Hz, guest on several VUC sessions, and Head of Marketing Miriam Libonati to get a closer look at the workings going on at 2600Hz. There will be talk of Kazoo and KazooCon, coming up in April, but we will also hear about their visions under construction and their own way of turning them into reality.