Adhearsion (and AdhearsionConf) On Tomorrow's VUC Call - Telephony Via Ruby
August 25, 2011
Want to learn more about the Adhearsion framework that lets you easily create telephony and other communication apps using the Ruby language? On tomorrow's VoIP Users Conference (VUC) call at 12 noon US Eastern, Ben Klang from the Adhearsion project will be talking about all that's new in Adhearsion-land, including the upcoming AdhearsionConf 2011 in October in San Francisco.
I've written about Adhearsion before and while I don't do much with Ruby myself, the power of Adhearsion to create powerful telephony apps in a few lines of code is pretty amazing.
If you'd like to join the VUC call live tomorrow, the info is:
- SIP: [email protected] (works with wideband!)
- Skype: vuc.me
- Regular old PSTN phone: +15672522286
There's also a very active IRC backchannel (#vuc on free node) that provides another way to communicate during the call.
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