Our team likes to talk, and we have a lot to say! We’ve presented at conferences in the US, Latin America, and Europe about topics ranging from WebRTC to development techniques to lean startup and agile software methodologies. Click each image below to watch our WebRTC presentations. If you’d like us to speak at your conference either remotely or in person, contact us!
How To Architect Your WebRTC Application – Arin Sime and Alberto Gonzalez (TADSummit 2021)
WebRTC.ventures CEO/Founder Arin Sime and CTO Alberto Gonzalez teamed up at TADSummit EMEA Americas 2021 for a presentation that covered WebRTC architectural considerations and typical use cases based on our team’s experience working with a wide range of clients.class=”mce_SELRES_start”>
Maintainable WebRTC Applications – Justin Williams (IEEE Real Time Communications 2021)
WebRTC.ventures Senior WebRTC Engineer Justin Williams gave this presentation at the 2021 IEEE Real Time Communications Conference at Illinois Tech. It covers design patterns, best practices, and philosophies for building maintainable WebRTC applications.
Alberto Gonzalez at Agora’s RTE2020
Our Senior Software Engineer, Alberto Gonzalez Trastoy, was among the many exciting speakers at Agora’s Real-Time Engagement 2020 Conference. His presentation was about what makes building a live video application more complicated than a regular web app. Isn’t WebRTC supposed to handle everything for you? Alberto describes some of the unexpected nuances and challenges a web developer may encounter building real-time engagement and communications applications. This includes networking, interoperability, scalability and security. He also discusses other complexities in building WebRTC applications and offers tools and alternatives to solve them.
Alberto Gonzalez at IIT RTC Conference 2019
At the Illinois Institute of Technology’s 2019 Real Time Conference, Alberto Gonzalez, Senior Sales Engineer at WebRTC.ventures, gave a presentation on incorporating sign language into a WebRTC application for customer support. With approximately 1 million Deaf Americans, accessibility in customer support is key. Alberto’s talk starts at 4:55:54, and you can check out his blog post on IIT RTC 2019 here.
Alberto Gonzalez at ClueCon 2019
At ClueCon 2019, Alberto Gonzalez, Senior Sales Engineer at WebRTC.ventures, gave a presentation about building an AI-powered live streaming camera that runs on a Raspberry Pi and is powered with image detection. He discussed open-source media servers and frameworks, the pros and cons of these solutions, what he learned during this project, and potential use cases of AI on WebRTC applications. You can read Alberto’s blog post about ClueCon 2019 here.
Arin Sime Discusses “Impacts of WebRTC on Modern Communication,” 2018
INXPO asked our company’s Founder & CEO, Arin Sime, to present on the “Impacts of WebRTC on Modern Communication” during their first On Air with Ben Chodor series held on March 28th.
In this new series, Chodor, Sime, and four other guests discussed the next best to face-to-face — WebRTC. Real-Time Communications is the final step in making video communication as real as in-person conversations with no latency issues. WebRTC also opens doors for effective and authentic communication.
Guests spoke about how WebRTC is opening up the potential for contextual, real-time communication and data transfer in a number of use cases, like financial services, technology, and healthcare.
You can read more about this and watch the entire webinar replay here.
Germán Goldenstein at Kranky Geek Brazil 2016
Germán Goldenstein discusses the basics of the WebRTC APIs at the Kranky Geek event in Sao Paulo Brazil in November of 2016. Germán was second in a full day of speakers at this Google event on all aspects of WebRTC.
David Alfaro at TADSummit 2016
David Alfaro presented the TAD Summit in November 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal, an event targeted at telecom application developers. David presented the app that he, Germán Goldenstein, and Néstor Bermudez (both team members!) built at the New York City location of the Global TADHack in October 2016. During that weekend hackathon, they worked on a virtual healthcare triage bot that integrates SMS messaging, Facebook Messenger, and WebRTC video chat to help a patient set up an appointment with their doctor. Their project won a global TADHack award from two sponsors. In this presentation, David talks more about the concept of this app and multichannel chatbots in general. You can read more about this chatbot and see another presentation by David on the bleeding edge of telecom application development in this blog post.
“VirtualHealthCareTriage,” David, Germán, & Néstor, New York City TADHack 2016
David Alfaro, Germán Goldenstein, and Néstor Bermudez all participated in the New York City location of the Global TADHack in October 2016. During the weekend hackathon, they worked on a virtual healthcare triage bot that integrates SMS messaging, Facebook Messenger, and WebRTC video chat to help a patient setup an appointment with their doctor. Their project won a global TADHack award from two sponsors, and was also later presented at the TADSummit in Lisbon, Portugal. You can read more about the virtual healthcare triage app in this blog post.
“Trends in WebRTC Development,” Arin Sime, IIT RTC Conference 2016
The Illinois Institute of Technology hosts a Real Time Conference yearly which draws interesting speakers from industry and academia on WebRTC, telephony, and emergency communications. At the October 2016 conference, WebRTC.ventures Founder and CEO Arin Sime gave a talk on trends in WebRTC development, which draws on our team’s experiences and the types of applications that our customers frequently ask for, as well as some publicly available data on larger trends. Arin also participated in a panel discussion on IoT communications with Alan Percy of Dialogic, Brian Pulito from IBM Watson, and noted industry analyst Dean Bubley. Click here to watch the Trends in WebRTC presentation and here here to watch to the IoT and Communications panel.
“Indoor Location Service for NG911 Using Bluetooth LE,” Alberto Gonzalez, IIT RTC Conference 2016
Alberto Gonzalez presents a telecommunications project that detects the indoor locations of 911 callers using Bluetooth and iBeacons at the 2016 IIT RTC Conference. This presentation was filmed shortly before Alberto joined the WebRTC.ventures team, when he was a graduate telecommunications student at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
“The Future of WebRTC (and Bots!),” Arin Sime, David Alfaro, and Jorge de los Santos, WebRTC Argentina 2016
Arin Sime and David Alfaro present an overview of where we believe WebRTC is headed next and how WebRTC relates to other trendy technologies like chatbots, artificial intelligence, and natural language understanding, while Jorge de los Santos shares his insight into healthcare triaging via chatbots. Presentations given at WebRTC Argentina 2016.
“Introductions to WebRTC,” Néstor Bermudez, Germán Goldenstein, & Helmy Giacoman, WebRTC Argentina 2016
Developers Néstor Bermudez, Germán Goldenstein, and Helmy Giacoman lead a three-part Introduction to WebRTC event at WebRTC Argentina 2016. Néstor provides an overview of the WebRTC API, Germán shows an example of how to code a 1:1 video call using the WebRTC APIs, and Helmy shares tips on WebRTC frameworks and common use cases. Check them out!
- Introduction to WebRTC – Part 1: WebRTC Basics – Néstor Bermudez
- Introduction to WebRTC – Part 2: WebRTC Coding Demo – Germán Goldenstein
- Introduction to WebRTC – Part 3: WebRTC Development Tips & Use Cases – Helmy Giacoman
“UX Design,” Mariana Lopez and Adriana Benavides, WebRTC Argentina 2016
User Experience (UX) Leads Mariana Lopez and Adriana Benavides present about the UX and design of WebRTC at WebRTC Argentina 2016. In this presentation, they showed examples of design elements necessary for typical video applications on web and mobile.
“Usabili.me Beta Launch,” Chris Sader, WebRTC Argentina 2016
Usabili.me Product Manager Chris Sader presents about our Usabili.me public beta launch at WebRTC Argentina 2016. Usabili.me is a WebRTC.ventures product for remote customer research sessions.
“Putting WebRTC in Things,” Arin Sime, WebRTC Boston 2016
WebRTC.ventures Founder and CEO Arin Sime presents about the intersection of the Internet of Things (IoT) and WebRTC, showing examples of how the two can be combined in telehealth, robotics, and more at WebRTC Boston 2016. Check out this blog post for the full slides and transcript of Arin’s presentation!
Arin Sime and Néstor Bermudez, TADHack Chicago 2015
Arin Sime and Néstor Bermudez present an Apple Watch app that detects and notifies loved ones of a heart attack at TADHack Chicago in October 2015. Their presentation won an award for their application’s combination of SMS texting, messaging, GPS, and the Apple Watch heartbeat monitor. You can read more about their app in this blog post!
“The UX of WebRTC,” Arin Sime, KrankyGeek 2015
WebRTC.ventures Founder and CEO Arin Sime presents about interaction patterns and user experience (UX) best practices in WebRTC web application design at KrankyGeek 2015 in San Francisco. You can see the presentation slides and more details here!
“Interaction Design for Real-Time Applications,” Mariana Lopez, ModevUX 2014
User Experience (UX) Lead Mariana Lopez presents about interaction design and user experience design for real-time applications at ModevUX 2014 in Washington, DC. She covers the basic ideas behind real-time messaging-based applications and WebRTC-based applications, shows specific examples from our team, and covers key takeaways that we’ve learned from designing these applications.
“6 Months with WebRTC,” Arin Sime & David Alfaro, HTML5DevConf 2014
WebRTC.ventures Founder and CEO Arin Sime and David Alfaro present the best practices they’ve learned about WebRTC from a coding and user experience (UX) perspective at the HTML5 Developers Conference in May 2014.
“Integrating WebRTC and Real-time Messaging into a Node.js App,” Arin Sime, Node.js NYC 2014
WebRTC.ventures Founder and CEO Arin Sime presents an introduction to WebRTC at the NYC Node.js Meetup in April 2014.