A special topics class at Saint Joseph’s College is investigating various aspects of webRTC. We have downloaded and attempted to deploy as much of what is out there that we can find, with the sole caveat being that we limit the products we have evaluated to those which are Open Source.
What we have found is is a vibrant, chaotic, and very active community of developers who represent a stunning range of talents and vision. It has been common to find useful applications and toolkits that have been abandoned by their developers, products which exhibit only a small portion of the functionality they advertise, or which have unsavory side effects on the systems they interact with. We have also found some outstanding projects which will almost certainly play big roles in the future of peer-to-peer communications.
In the presentation we will review a wide variety of the products that we have reviewed and played with, providing our best attempt to summarize and provide a quality assessment for each.
Brian Capouch is a longtime open source user, programmer, and hacker.
He teaches CS using 100% Open Source tools at small Indiana college, run a small wireless ISP; Asterisk and openWRT are his specialities.
Nathan is a junior Computer Science major at Saint Joseph’s College. He is minoring in biology. His computing interests include game development and cloud programming.
Alex is a graduating senior at Saint Joseph’s College, where he is majoring in Computer Science. After graduation, he has accepted a position working in network operations at Indiana University.
Steven is a senior at Saint Joseph’s College, majoring in Computer Science. He is seeking a position after he graduates as a Java developer.
Danilo is a sophomore at Saint Joseph’s College, from Novi Sad, Serbia. His interests are web programming, teaching programming, and anything in general that involves programming.
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