November, 2016
San Francisco + Sao Paulo, Brazil

Kranky Geek WebRTC Show
WebRTC for developers. Our 4th event!
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Event Schedule

We are pleased to announce our 4th Kranky Geek WebRTC event hosted by Google. This is a great opportunity to learn about Real Time Communications for web and mobile applications. With over 1 billion minutes a week of WebRTC-based communications, applications of all sorts are utilizing these powerful & free capabilities.

We are hosting TWO (2) events in a relatively short period:
  • Friday, November 18th at Google San Francisco's Spear Street location - focus on WebRTC for mobile applications.
  • Tuesday, November 22nd at Google in Sao Paulo, Brazil - focus on getting started with WebRTC and its underlying technologies.
Below are the agendas for each of these separate events.

We're expecting a large crowd of interested and keen developers ready to learn the latest on Real Time Communications. This event is FREE to attend. Twitter #webrtclive

Registration is open now! Please register for the SPECIFIC event location of your choice. All events are FREE to attend and we will have replays of the event posted following the event.

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Some of our Speakers

The ONE WebRTC event you don't wanna miss


Twilio guest speaker

Niklas Blum
Google PM WebRTC

Niklas more then 10 years experience working in R&D for innovative communication services.

Sam Dutton
Google WebRTC Advocate

Sam is the chief developer advocate for WebRTC within Google.

Chad Hart

Editor and deep technical writer on WebRTC, welcome Chad as co-organizer on this event.

Chris Koehncke

Prolific writer & commenter on emerging communications technologies.

Tsahi Levent-Levi

A technologist at heart, with a passion for cooking, science fiction and a zest of WebRTC.

Badri Rajasekar
CTO Tokbox

Startup-aficionado, Artist, Photographer, Stanford football fan and the pursuit of insights.

Philip Hancke

"fippo" is widely known in the WebRTC world for his insights and knowledge

Why attend?

Here's why you should attend this event

Embedding real-time communications is quickly becoming the norm for nearly all web and mobile applications. WebRTC has been an enabling force to voice or video enable nearly any application.

Communications used to be difficult, requiring special skills and knowledge. WebRTC has made things easier, but there are still some basic principals you'll need to know to enable your application.

The objective of this event is to (1) provide technical knowledge on the construct of WebRTC, (2) show you real life examples of how to embed into your application, (3) inspire you with new ideas from our speakers and finally (4) a focused series of talks on WebRTC on mobile devices.

Based on the success of previous Kranky Geek events, we have two new events scheduled closed together. Friday, November 18 in San Francisco and Tuesday, November 22 in Sao Paulo Brazil.

If you can't attend, this event will be broadcast LIVE on YouTube and available for later replay (sign up for the WebRTC Weekly newsletter below to ensure you get the links.

This event is FREE courtesy of Google and the event sponsors.

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Register to the Kranky Geek Show now!

This is a great opportunity to learn about WebRTC first hand, and more broadly learn about all aspects of real time communication.

This is two separate events in San Francisco (Friday, November 18nd) and Sao Paulo, Brazil (Tuesday November 22nd)


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