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WebRTC is a fantastic project with a lot of contribution and development, and keeping up to date is hard enough.
So to stay on top, we have compiled a list of top names in this space to follow on Twitter. These are a mix of key developers and also some interesting names working with WebRTC in their projects.
This list is not ordered in any way, by importance or otherwise. The efforts from everyone here are herculean.
The official WebRTC Twitter account from Google.
Justin Uberti is the Tech Lead for the Google WebRTC project and hosts many of the Google Developer video presentation videos.
Serge Lachapelle works at google on the WebRTC project and hails from Sweden.
WebRTC Analyst and consultant. He also blogs at bloggeek.me about technology, VoIP and telecommunications
WebRTC pundit at WebRTChacks.com and brings WebRTC to the next level by documenting his own experiments with research findings.
WebRTC Analyst and consultant. Involved in WebRTC standardisation and first industry deployments. He is co-founder at WebRTChacks.com
Sam is a Developer Advocate for Google Chrome and does a lot of work with how Chrome and WebRTC can be used
The one and only Christian Jensen. Our very own chief evangelist and lover of WebRTC. You get karma points for following him.
Robert is a 30+ year veteran of the networking/telecom industry, giving context to WebRTC with his vast experience.
Cofounder of Sqwiggle and Buffer, WebRTC fan and developer. Tom has a great presentation on building apps using WebRTC
WebRTC advocate, ORTC Chair at ortc.org
Mozillian responsible for adding WebRTC for Firefox, Firefox OS and Hello.
Teardown enthusiast on WebRTChacks.com and applying his WebRTC tuned engine to talky.io and andyet.com
WebRTC expert and CTO for Temasys Communications, a real-time communications business
WebRTC developer and fan. He is a big believer in WebRTC and blogs its evolution and how communications will change because of it
Android Google Glass developer and also works on adding WebRTC into Google Glass projects
iOS Developer and works with Aaron Alaniz on adding WebRTC into Google Glass projects
If you want more information, tutorials, news and details, take a look at the Google YouTube channel and their series of presentations. They have a fantastic range of presentations and tutorials from great speakers on how to add real-time communications to your applications.
We have also made this publicly available as a list on our Twitter account for you to subscribe and get updates from these great names.
This would be a constantly updated list so let us know if we missed someone. Let us know in the comments or via @SinchDev.
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