Big Blue Button, RealLife Mobile Messaging

Big Blue Button is open-source web conferencing software geared towards education. It features live video chat, VoIP communication, document sharing and much more. Raul Suarez will discuss Big Blue Button:

- What it is
- How to set it up
- How to use its Web API
- How to integrate components

In addition, Norman Young will demonstrate a mobile phone app he created called "RealLife Mobile Messaging". He writes:

Despite running on Linux, Android incurs a paradigm shift from
traditional application programming. On Android, you don't call the
System, the System calls you! This introductory talk reviews the
presenter's experience in re-targeting a messaging application from
Python and GTK on the Maemo Nokia N800 Tablet to Android. We compare
Android's architectural components (Activity, Service, Intent, Content
Provider, and Broadcast Receiver) to their approximate counterparts on
Linux (GUI, Job, Message RPC, File system, and Signal).

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