Germán Goldenstein\r\nJanuary 7, 2019May 31, 2019\r\nReal Time Weekly, RTW\r\n0 Real Time Weekly #262: January 7, 2019 Happy new year and welcome to the first RealTimeWeekly of 2019! Let’s start a great year together with articles and tutorials of Realtime and WebRTC development. In this issue we’ve got a few articles with content from OpenVidu, Nexmo, Twilio, OpenTok and Callstats. Please send your feedback and share your tech blog posts! @germangol Editor OpenVidu load testing: a systematic study of OpenVidu platform performance OpenVidu Dec 21, 2018 A deep analysis and results on the performance of OpenVidu using automated load test system. Fancify Your Festive Messages with this Python and SMS Script Nexmo Dec 21, 2018 A tutorial of how to build a script in Python that sends SMS with different fonts using Nexmo SMS API. Build Facebook Messenger bots with Twilio Autopilot Twilio Dec 22, 2018 A tutorial of how to build Facebook Messenger bots with Twilio Autopilot which is a conversational AI platform to build intelligent communication experiences. What are Session Traversal Utilities for NAT (STUN) and Traversal Using Relays around NAT (TURN)? callstats Jan 4 An overview of what is STUN and TURN servers and why we need them in WebRTC. Interactive Broadcasting with OpenTok Nexmo Jan 4 Watch Manik Sachdeva’s webinar next January 9th on building interactive broadcast apps with OpenTok. Upcoming Events Do you have a real-time related conference coming up? Tell us about it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in this listing. #ITEXPO Exhibitor Highlight January 29 – February 1, 2019 The Janus Conference for Janus Users. September 23 -25, 2019 If you know about any events worldwide please let us know emailing email@example.com. Real Time Weekly is a free service of WebRTC.ventures. If you have been forwarded this by a friend, then please sign up at RealTimeWeekly so you never miss an issue! Please send tips or suggestions to German Goldenstein, editor, firstname.lastname@example.org.