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Mistakes Were Made

Mistakes Were Made

16:00 London / 11:00 New York / 08:00 SF

Adding Screen Sharing to a Video API Screenshare
Sometimes saying something isn't enough. You need to be able to share your screen with others. In this episode, we'll add the ability to share our screen using the Vonage Video API in a VueJS application.

Vonage Video API - vuejs - screenshare

About The Show

Every week, Michael repeats the cycle of 'make, mistake, make' as he attempts to learn, build & teach something new.

About Michael Jolley

Developer Advocate

Michael is the bald, bearded builder.
Using his 20 years experience in software development and DevOps, this follicly challenged developer spends his days focused on helping others succeed.


BaldBeardedBuilder.com
Lauren Learns Things

Lauren Learns Things: Cloudinary Collab

19:00 London / 14:00 New York / 11:00 SF

Guests Tessa Mero and Becky Peltz are back! Today we will begin building our application that combines the Cloudinary API and Vonage's Video API.

Tessa Mero is a Developer Advocate at Cloudinary. She regularly organizes meetups, such as APIs, Vue.js, JAMStack, and Developer Relations. In the past, she has contributed to a leadership team for the open-source Joomla! Project for 5 years, including the board of directors, leading the production team, as well as evangelizing Joomla as a public speaker. She organized a PHP Conference for 3 years and how organizing an API Conference. She also is an avid career mentor and has helped countless developers become successful. In her free time, she likes to play video games, learn new tech, go camping, and eat KBBQ.

Becky is a Developer Instructional Designer. She has 30+ years of developing applications in the Seattle area as Sr/Lead engineer. She started teaching at boot camps and university about 5 years ago. And has now been working for customer education at Cloudinary for the last year.

Vonage API - Cloudinary

About The Show

Weekly, each Tuesday Lauren is joined by a PDX team member who is there to teach her (and the viewers) how to build an app or implement one of our APIs. They may be following along a recent blog post or working through a new demo the Developer Advocate is excited about. The app is always built from scratch and is accessible to all levels of developers, from experts to beginners!

About Lauren Lee

developer educator manager

An English teacher turned empathetic software engineer. A curious optimist with a passion for creating accessible content and helping developers level up their skills.


LoLoCoding.com
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Build a Thing with Kevin Lewis

new Build a Thing with Kevin Lewis

18:00 London / 13:00 New York / 10:00 SF

Join Kevin Lewis, Developer Advocate at Vonage, as he builds a new project from scratch over several weeks.

Kevin is currently building a serverless video conferencing application using Netlify Functions, MongoDB, Vue.js and the Vonage Video API. In this episode, Kevin will set up the base project ready to add new features to!

Links: Companion Repo - Netlify Functions - Vonage Video API Docs
Accessing MongoDB Atlas from Netlify Functions

JavaScript - Node.js - HTML - CSS - Vonage Video API - Serverless - Netlify - MongoDB - Vue.js

About The Show

A 5 week series where Kevin Lewis will build a video conferencing app.

About Kevin Lewis

Developer Advocate

💼 Kevin is a Developer Advocate at Vonage, where he supports developers discover, understand and build using our APIs. His focus is supporting developers in London (and, more broadly, EMEA).

He writes technical blog posts.
He works on our champions program - Vonage Voyagers.
He supports community event organizers take their events online.

💖 He is an experienced event organizer

He is a lead organizer and coordinator for You Got This - a network of community-run conferences on non-technical 'core' skills.
He is an organizer of London Node User Group, London CSS and BarCamp London.

👨‍💻 He primarily write JavaScript, with a further interest in Serverless, Vue.js (with Nuxt.js) and Airtable.

🎙️ He is currently working on a new podcast - Event Handler - a podcast for people interested in running developer events. Launching soon.

🎲 He loves boardgames! His collection is here.

Week.init()

Week.init()

14:00 London / 09:00 New York / 06:00 SF

For the sequel, Paul will host Igor and Abdul to build the Android version of the project we started in the previous episode. What project you ask? "The V-app" of course - a messaging multi-platform application that lets uses chat via text, voice and video. The app will be built on top of the Conversation APIs using the Vonage Client SDKs.

Try the Android chat app tutorial before hand and join the stream with your questions!

Conversation API - Android Client SDK

About The Show

This series will promote the Conversation APIs within the Client SDKs and beyond. Episodes will cover a wide range of topics such as how to build a native messaging or VOIP applications!

About Paul Ardeleanu

Developer Advocate Manager

Developer Relations advocate, software engineer and speaker specialised in data-driven solutions on Apple platforms with an emphasis on prototyping, best practices and balance with agility.

Paul started programming back in the days of Fortran, graduated with a PhD in Computational Physics from UCLan. These days he enjoys Swift, Ruby and, the grandad, Objective-C.

He blogs at time, often tweets and like taking images and videos.

ParDel.community

About Abdul Ajetunmobi

iOS Developer Advocate

Abdul is a Developer Advocate for Vonage. He has a background working in consumer products as an iOS Engineer. In his spare time, he enjoys biking, listening to music and mentoring those who are just beginning their journey in tech.


AbdulAjet.me

About Igor Wojda

iOS Developer Advocate

Igor is a specialist in mobile development. Android is his platform and Kotlin is his language of choice.

At Vonage, he works closely with external developers using our SDK. His goal is to improve the developer experience by writing high-quality documentation, building sample projects, writing tutorials and polishing the Client SDK API.

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Mistakes Were Made

Mistakes Were Made

16:00 London / 11:00 New York / 08:00 SF

One of the first things you'll want to add to your multi-party video apps is moderation, including the ability to mute or remove participants in the session. In this episode, we'll add moderation using the Vonage Video API's signaling feature.

Vonage Video API - webrtc - vuejs

About The Show

Every week, Michael repeats the cycle of 'make, mistake, make' as he attempts to learn, build & teach something new.

About Michael Jolley

Developer Advocate

Michael is the bald, bearded builder.
Using his 20 years experience in software development and DevOps, this follicly challenged developer spends his days focused on helping others succeed.


BaldBeardedBuilder.com
Lauren Learns Things

Lauren Learns Things: Cloudinary Collab

19:00 London / 14:00 New York / 11:00 SF

The final installment of the Cloudinary/Vonage collab -- today we will finish building our application that combines the Vonage and Cloudinary APIs.

Tessa Mero is a Developer Advocate at Cloudinary. She regularly organizes meetups, such as APIs, Vue.js, JAMStack, and Developer Relations. In the past, she has contributed to a leadership team for the open-source Joomla! Project for 5 years, including the board of directors, leading the production team, as well as evangelizing Joomla as a public speaker. She organized a PHP Conference for 3 years and how organizing an API Conference. She also is an avid career mentor and has helped countless developers become successful. In her free time, she likes to play video games, learn new tech, go camping, and eat KBBQ.

Becky is a Developer Instructional Designer. She has 30+ years of developing applications in the Seattle area as Sr/Lead engineer. She started teaching at boot camps and university about 5 years ago. And has now been working for customer education at Cloudinary for the last year.

Vonage API - Cloudinary

About The Show

Weekly, each Tuesday Lauren is joined by a PDX team member who is there to teach her (and the viewers) how to build an app or implement one of our APIs. They may be following along a recent blog post or working through a new demo the Developer Advocate is excited about. The app is always built from scratch and is accessible to all levels of developers, from experts to beginners!

About Lauren Lee

developer educator manager

An English teacher turned empathetic software engineer. A curious optimist with a passion for creating accessible content and helping developers level up their skills.


LoLoCoding.com
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Mistakes Were Made

Mistakes Were Made

16:00 London / 11:00 New York / 08:00 SF

Sometimes you need to record a Video API call for future reference. In this episode, we add the ability to archive recordings to AWS or Azure from within our Video API session.

Vonage Video API - webrtc - vuejs - AWS - Azure

About The Show

Every week, Michael repeats the cycle of 'make, mistake, make' as he attempts to learn, build & teach something new.

About Michael Jolley

Developer Advocate

Michael is the bald, bearded builder.
Using his 20 years experience in software development and DevOps, this follicly challenged developer spends his days focused on helping others succeed.


BaldBeardedBuilder.com
Lauren Learns Things

Lauren Learns Things

19:00 London / 14:00 New York / 11:00 SF

TBD

Vonage API

About The Show

Weekly, each Tuesday Lauren is joined by a PDX team member who is there to teach her (and the viewers) how to build an app or implement one of our APIs. They may be following along a recent blog post or working through a new demo the Developer Advocate is excited about. The app is always built from scratch and is accessible to all levels of developers, from experts to beginners!

About Lauren Lee

developer educator manager

An English teacher turned empathetic software engineer. A curious optimist with a passion for creating accessible content and helping developers level up their skills.


LoLoCoding.com
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Build a Thing with Kevin Lewis

new Build a Thing with Kevin Lewis

18:00 London / 13:00 New York / 10:00 SF

Week 2 of Kevin's journey to build a Serverless Video Conferencing App.

JavaScript - Node.js - HTML - CSS - Vonage Video API - Serverless - Netlify - MongoDB - Vue.js

About The Show

A 5 week series where Kevin Lewis will build a video conferencing app.

Join Kevin Lewis, Developer Advocate at Vonage, as he builds a new project from scratch over several weeks.

Kevin is currently building a serverless video conferencing application using Netlify Functions, MongoDB, Vue.js and the Vonage Video API. In this episode, Kevin will set up the base project ready to add new features to!

Links: Companion Repo - Netlify Functions - Vonage Video API Docs
Accessing MongoDB Atlas from Netlify Functions

About Kevin Lewis

Developer Advocate

💼 Kevin is a Developer Advocate at Vonage, where he supports developers discover, understand and build using our APIs. His focus is supporting developers in London (and, more broadly, EMEA).

He writes technical blog posts.
He works on our champions program - Vonage Voyagers.
He supports community event organizers take their events online.

💖 He is an experienced event organizer

He is a lead organizer and coordinator for You Got This - a network of community-run conferences on non-technical 'core' skills.
He is an organizer of London Node User Group, London CSS and BarCamp London.

👨‍💻 He primarily write JavaScript, with a further interest in Serverless, Vue.js (with Nuxt.js) and Airtable.

🎙️ He is currently working on a new podcast - Event Handler - a podcast for people interested in running developer events. Launching soon.

🎲 He loves boardgames! His collection is here.