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From: gary hasty 
If anyone is interested:

free webinar on WebRTC

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=============================================================== From: Rod-Lists ------------------------------------------------------ Oh you need flash to attend webrtc webinar. that's funny. ----- gary hasty wrote:

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=============================================================== From: gary hasty ------------------------------------------------------ If anyone is interested: *Subject:* *Aug 27 -- AT&T is back in Atlanta with FREE WebRTC Coding Workshops!* Since you registered for last year=E2=80=99s AT&T Messaging and Speech APIs= DevLab Coding Workshop I thought you would be interested to know that we will be back in Atlanta on Thursday, August 27th, holding free workshops on WebRTC. Here=E2=80=99s where to register and at the bottom of the email are details= of the event. AFTERNOON AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop (same content as evening) Register: * * EVENING AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop (same content as afternoon) Register: * * Also, I set up a =E2=80=9C*Atlanta DevLab Coding Workshops *=E2=80=9D meetup specifically for these events and for AT&T Hackathons. It is at"> Please join to stay up to date on this and future AT&T developer events on topics like IoT, WebRTC, Speech, Messaging, Connected Car, Connected Home, and much more! Since we hold events in a given city only a few times a year you will not get a lot messages from us about new events. You will, however, be among the first to know about these *limited seating* workshops, enabling you to register early! I hope to see you on August 27th. Ernie P.S. Please forward this email to other people you know that might be interested. --------------------------------- Have you heard about WebRTC? Do you want to try it out? Now=E2=80=99s your = chance! Join us for a free 3-hour, hands-on coding workshop taught by AT&T=E2=80=99= s *lead architect* for our WebRTC service. He will walk through various coding examples then he and other subject matter experts will provide help as you go through the lab exercises yourself. The workshop will focus on a carrier-agnostic version of the AT&T API and will work with any web app running in Chrome. Analysts agree that WebRTC is one of the most disruptive telecommunications technologies to hit the street in years. The reason: WebRTC is not just about calling and conferencing apps, though it does those well. The real power is that it allows voice and video communications to easily be added to any web app. Just think of how that could increase the customer engagement of your applications! An extra perk? Attendees will be entered in a drawing for an Acer Chromeboo= k ! So *bring your laptop* and join us for an afternoon or evening of learning, coding, socializing, and eating! AFTERNOON AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop (same content as evening) When: Thursday, August 27, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (registration & lunch 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.) Register: * * EVENING AT&T WebRTC Coding Workshop (same content as afternoon) When: Thursday, August 27, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (registration & dinner 5p.m. to 6 p.m.) Register: * * Seating is limited so sign up soon. LOCATION Where: AT&T Foundry Innovation Center, 75 5th St. NW, Suite 110, Atlanta, GA 30308 INFO Cost: Free Tools: Node.js, Chrome =E2=80=93 see Eventbrite registration si= te for more details. Bring your laptop! Note: join the =E2=80=9CAtlanta DevLab Coding Workshops =E2=80=9D meetup to= stay up-to-date on future AT&T events: (Please use the Eventbrite links above to register.)