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Literally within the same week Reid and Victor independently came to me and said we need to do a blog. One that puts a developer audience first. One that actually helps developers move the WebRTC market forward. One that is not bounded by commercial interests. One that is not technically neutered to satisfy a broad audience.
This is a place for WebRTC developers looking to build stuff. It is a place for standards guidance, technical insights, and data-based analysis.
I am fortunate to be joined by two technical experts (Reid & Victor) with extensive backgrounds in designing and building real time communication networks who have turned their focus on making WebRTC work today in the real world. I look forward to experimenting and learning from and with them along the way.
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