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There are a lot of pundits out there, but I hope to help bring WebRTC to the next level by documenting my own experiments and organizing my research findings here. Personally I am most interested in non-traditional telephony use cases for WebRTC as that is where I think its true disruption will be. I have spent a good portion of my career as an analyst or doing analyst like things, so I hope I can help bring some structure and unique insights to this rapidly emerging market.
While I went to school for Electrical Computer Engineering and have been involved in product development, I have never been a professional developer. I do like to make stuff. I have coded for fun since I was around 13 when trial and error was far easier than going to a book store in the hopes you would find some overpriced textbook with something useful. It is from these roots that I tend to hack things together before building them the right way (which I rarely get to).
My background is basically 100% communications oriented. Right from college I started as a developer support intern before doing field engineering at one of the first VoIP start-ups. After I got my MBA, I spent some time doing wireless, but have been mostly focused on VoIP since. See my LinkedIn profile for more details if you are interested. I am currently doing independent focused on help WebRTC companies with strategy, competitive analysis, product marketing, and product management. I am fortunate I get to spend most of my time working on WebRTC.
I also help with the WebRTC Boston Meetup.
My gmail is chadwhart and follow me on Twitter at @chadwallacehart.
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