March 19, 2016 11:00 am
Bengaluru, India

Kranky Geek WebRTC Show
WebRTC for developers. Our 3rd event!
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Event Schedule

We're excited to announce our 3rd Kranky Geek WebRTC event hosted by Google at the MLR Convention Centre, J.P. Nagar, Bengaluru, India. We're busy finalizing the agenda (the current draft is below). We are looking NOW for local speakers and accepting topics.

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 closed now for this event. The event will NOT be live streamed, however, check back as we will post video replays in the next days.

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Some of our Speakers

The ONE WebRTC event you don't wanna miss

Altani Bisht
Above Labs

Maverick software engineer aspiring to utilize her technical and interpersonal skills.

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.

Lohit Thyagaraj
IBM Cloud Architect

Lohit is responsible for defining the roadmap and strategies for WebSphere on the cloud.

Why attend?

Here's why you should attend this event

WebRTC isn't widely understood, but it has some powerful capabilities to change the way we communicate, not just between ourselves but to change the entire experience on the web. 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) the future of WebRTC as it hits mobile devices.

WebRTC is continuing to evolve and we'll discuss ORTC (Object Real Time Communications) which represents the forward movement of WebRTC toward a web standard.

The event is on Saturday, March 19th 2016 and is the 3rd Kranky Geek event on WebRTC at Google. We listened to your comments from last year and this year you'll find more technical sessions and information on how to actually implement WebRTC into your application.

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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Great thanks to these sponsors for their economic & intellectual contribution to this event.

  • Google
  • TokBox
With additional support from

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Register to the Kranky Geek Show now!

This is a great opportunity to learn about WebRTC first hand, find out what others have done and see first hand how to create a WebRTC application. While we've got some sponsors, this is an educational event to help you getting a better understanding of WebRTC.

Please note this event is being held at the MLR Convention Center, J. P. Nagar in Bengaluru. Registration will close 2 days prior to event and please arrive at 11:00 to allow time to gain entrance to the building, get registered and grab some early lunch. Confirmation emails will provide logistical details.



  • MLR Convention Centre
    Brigade Millennium, 7th Phase
    J.P. Nagara
    Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
  • [email protected]
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