Event: Friday May 4th 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 5 pm UK, 6 pm Paris/Berlin



Zoiper 5 release: Longtime friends Zoa and Mira stop by to chat about this. We talk briefly about the T-Mobile/Sprint merger.

We give a preview of Kamailio World 2018 with Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Co-Founder Kamailio.

 

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Event: Friday April 27th 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 5 PM UK, 6PM CEDT



If you have an email address and any online activity at all, you’ve probably received these “Data Policy Update” messages from multiple platforms. We’ll talk a little about what happens May 25th for EU and non-EU citizens and Brexiters.

 

An investigation is underway by the US DoJ over possible collusion of two major carriers over eSIM.

The FDA has published a Medical Device Safety Action Plan (PDF) that discusses possible actions to improve security of medical devices like MRI, and individual devices like insulin pumps or pacemakers.

Microsoft’s Azure Sphere is making a buzz in IoT security.

Audio versions of the sessions are here

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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.

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Event: Friday April 13th, 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 5PM UK, 6PM CEDT



This week’s Vision comes from Emil Ivov, who received a Ph.D. degree while in the Network Research Team at the University of Strasbourg, France.  Emil is well-known for Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator), as well as other open source projects, such as ice4jjsipfmipv6.org and (less actively in) others.

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!

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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.

Beyond the boundaries of his own .com, he has contributed to and/or been quoted in the L.A. TimesNew York TimesCNBC.com, The Washington Post, Mutineer MagazinePublix® Grape MagazinePalate PressMint.com, Parade, Wines.com, SOMM Journal, The Guardian UK, Table MattersWine NabberWine4.Me, Nomad Editions’ Uncorked,Chester County Cuisine & Nightlife and Playboy.com.

Joe lives in Pennsylvania with his Star-Wars-loving daughter, Lorelai. When not spending his time writing bio pages in the third person, Joe plays bass guitar and digeridoo for acclaimed singer/songwriter Steve Liberace.

 

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Event: Friday March 30th, 2018 at 12 Noon EDT, 16:00 UTC, 18:00 CEDT



Meet Lorenzo Miniero, a well-known denizen of conferences on WebRTC, to be seen and heard in Europe at OpenSIPS Summit, and Kamailio World. and in Europe’s friendly neighbor, the United Kingdom, at CommCon.

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.

Lorenzo authored an article in WebRTCHacks  four years ago, so he’s no stranger to that technology. He has been a guest before, describing
IETF Remote Participation with Meetecho, about Janus WebRTC Gateway and Meetecho.

Audio version is here.

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