Coming from a chat/signaling background I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work full-time on WebRTC since 2012 in a number of positions which has allowed me cover a wide range of topics from exploring what is possible with the WebRTC API in the browser to running large scale distributed SFUs and tinkering with mobile applications. It has been an exciting journey!
Understanding how WebRTC is used and what we can learn as a community from that has been one of my favorite topics here on WebRTC hacks, resulting in the blackbox exploration posts.
Another favorite topic of mine are WebRTC bugs, how to catch regressions before they affect my users and how to measure the impact of regressions or bugfixes.
You’ll find a lot of the opensource code on github or in the webrtchacks organisation and tweets about webrtc on twitter.
If you are hitting a particularly interesting bug feel free to reach out either via email at philipp.hancke (at) googlemail.com or via LinkedIn.
Want to keep up on our latest posts? Please click here to subscribe to our mailing list if you have not already. We only email post updates. You can also follow us on twitter at @webrtcHacks for blog updates.