Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

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Daniel Pocock

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<p>Professional software engineer and consultant</p>

<p><a href="http://danielpocock.com">Pocock</a> has developed enterprise grade solutions for some of the giants of the financial services industry, including secure connectivity for UBS (using a range of open Java technologies from Apache), enterprise wide monitoring for Barclays Capital (based on <a href="http://ganglia.info">Ganglia</a>) and a wide range of real-time financial trade capture and risk management solutions for Thomson Reuters. Despite the highly proprietary nature of these enterprises, Pocock has remained a champion of efficient, cost effective free, open source solutions to meet demanding business needs.</p>

<p>Pocock actively contributes to a range of free, open source projects with a focus on VoIP and real-time communications, in particular, <a href="http://www.lumicall.org">Lumicall</a>, <a href="http://jscommunicator.org">JSCommunicator</a>, <a href="http://drucall.org">DruCall</a>, <a href="http://www.resiprocate.org">reSIProcate</a>, <a href="http://ganglia.info">Ganglia</a> and <a href="http://flactag.sourceforge.net/">flactag</a>. Pocock has also authored <a href="http://rtcquickstart.org">The Real Time Communications Quick Start Guide</a> and been part of the team that authored the O'Reilly book <a href="http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920025573.do">Monitoring with Ganglia.</a></p>

<p>Pocock is a Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora Developer and an OpenCSW package maintainer.</p>


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Events

Title Day Room Track Start End
Introduction to reSIProcate
A quickstart for C++ SIP application development
Sunday H.1309 (Van Rijn) Real Time Communications (RTC) 11:55 12:15