WebRTC World is being planned as we speak. Time to start preparing for it.
This weekend is reserved for those of you who deal with WebRTC. While there are a bunch of conferences that are adding WebRTC content into them these days, there is one focused solely on WebRTC that is coming up:
WebRTC Conference and Expo, which takes place in Atlanta, June 25-27, 2013.
I haven’t attended the previous Conference and Expo event, but watching it from afar, it did seem like the major event of the WebRTC technology.
Here’s the agenda for the conference. I am glad to say that I am part of this conference’ advisory board, and took a minor part in its planning. I do hope you will enjoy the sessions planned for it.
We are almost 5 months before the event, and the call for speakers to this conference is technically over. That said, I believe there’s still room for people interested in speaking on one of the topics on the agenda. If you are one of these interested people, contact Phil Edholm who is in charge of the agenda. You can reach him at this address: pedholm at pkeconsulting.com