Geek Meet April 2014 with Sam Dutton

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With people working with developer relations, leading busy lives, it can sometimes be hard to find a good time for a meetup, syncing schedules and more. That's why I'm glad we finally managed to find a date for the speaker of this upcoming Geek Meet!

Introducing Sam Dutton

I'm really happy to present Sam Dutton (Twitter, Google+)! He is a Developer Advocate at Google, an expert on WebRTC, an Australian expat living in London and an all-around great guy. He has also written a number of articles for HTML5 Rocks.

The presentations

Sam will give two presentations during the evening:

WebRTC: what's new and what's next

  • Roadmap: achieved in 2013, planned for 2014
  • State of the browsers, desktop and mobile
  • Innovative applications
  • Making the most of data channels
  • Resources

Talk 2: Media API update

  • What's supported where
  • Media on mobile
  • Working with fullscreen
  • Responsive media
  • Media in the real world: MSE, DASH and EME
  • Web Audio and Web MIDI update
  • Accessible media
  • Resources

Time & place

This Geek Meet will be sponsored by Valtech, and will take place Monday April 7th at 18:00 in their office at Kungliga Myntet, Hantverkargatan 5 in Stockholm. They will also provide beer/wine and pizza to every attendee, all free of charge.

Sign up now!

Please sign up with a comment below. Please only sign up if you know you can attend. There are 150 seats available, and you can only sign up yourself. Please use a valid name and e-mail address, since this will be used to identify you at the event to get in.

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