The only online course that covers all aspects of WebRTC, with focus on server-side frameworks and real world architectures
WebRTC is pretty confusing as a technology. It is both super simple and super complex. It all depends on where you come from.
The reason for that probably stems from where WebRTC is located:
This brings about two different software development disciplines with very different software developers. And it is there where the real challenge lies.
Developers who take up WebRTC come from one of these routes – they either have a soliwd VoIP backround, but know little about web development; or more often than not – they know how to create web apps but know very little about VoIP.
This course comes to bridge that gap, doing it from a very practical point of view.
What are people saying about this report?
The Advanced WebRTC Architecture course is a must-have for anyone interested in WebRTC. Tsahi takes you through everything you need to know about WebRTC at the business and technical architecture level. It’s required viewing for all new hires in our team!Arin Sime, co-founder & CEO of WebRTC.ventures
Tsahi’s course is a great investment that every company building real-time solutions using WebRTC should take. Our entire team enjoyed the course and one on one time Tsahi provided.Lantre Barr, CEO of Blacc Spot Media
This course is a real asset for anyone who wants to understand deeply what WebRTC is and how it works. Very well documented and explained.Steeve Boutboul, Wochat
I really enjoyed the course, the material is a great learning and resource tool that I will be using time over time.Peter Cardillo, Streaming Turtles, LLC
Who is this guy?
Tsahi Levent-Levi is an Independent Analyst and Consultant for WebRTC.
Tsahi Levent-Levi has over 15 years of experience in the telecommunications, VoIP and 3G industry as an engineer, manager, marketer and CTO. Tsahi is an entrepreneur, independent analyst and consultant, assisting companies to form a bridge between technologies and business strategy in the domain of telecommunications.
Tsahi is the author and editor of bloggeek.me, which focuses on the ecosystem and business opportunities around WebRTC. He is also a co-founder of Kranky Geek, a conference for WebRTC for developers, sponsored by industry leaders such as Google, TokBox, Twilio, Vidyo, Atlassian and IBM.
Oh – and you can learn more on my about page if you wish.