Webrtc in Safari was and still is the most popular post on my site. Lots of hits coming directly from search engines. I get a lot of e-mails and questions regarding the current status. I thought it would be a good time to do a follow up.
Month: February 2016
Joining #WebRTCStandards to provide the implementation viewpoint
As some of you already know, I’ve been granted the privilege to join the great team of WebRTCStandards From last week on.
Industries (note the S) are shifting
The last installment of webrtc conf and Expo was in Beijing, china, while the original events in USA are scaling down from 2 to 1 a year. The most recent webrtc Conference was in Tokyo, Japan. The next installment of krankyGeek will be in India. There are a lot of signs that the webrtc heat is shifting to Asia.
Due Diligence on WebRTC Companies
I’m getting regularly the same kind of question: how can I know more about a webrtc company. Of course, everybody knows that founders and marketing/sales guys lie, it’s almost part of the job, so how I can be sure about the info I have?
Finally, a successful Communication PaaS in Singapore, taking over SEA!
We have been waiting for that one a long time, but it is finally here.
War for talent – 2
In the Silicon-valley focussed Software world, war for talent as a certain meaning. I touched on that in a previous post. Every new technology creates a vacuum and opportunities.