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Last month I was invited to speak at ProgrammableWeb’s APIConUK conference in London to share practices from our experience at Kaltura around building scalable, sustainable and future-proof APIs in a talk dubbed “How and Why To Dogfood Your API“. As the name of the talk suggests, the core concept I was discussing is building platforms with API-first approach rather than the more common “API as a Product” approach. Feel free to comment, adapt, Read more...

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Below is the slideshare of the presentation (@GDG Tel Aviv Presentation – Aug 19 2013) I just gave at the GDG Tel Aviv. Many thanks to the GDG organizers for inviting me to give a talk and for the fantastic audience that had so many interesting discussion points :) Always fun to present at my home town! [slideshare id=25484366&doc=gdgtelavivpresentation-130822073059-phpapp01] The presentation slides are pretty elaborate, – feel free to ping me for any questions or if you want Read more...

We spend a good amount of time on our #kaltura freenode channel during the day, staying in touch with other community developers, assisting others or simply chatting in a more collaborative environment than Skype… This weekend I decided it’s time to retire our old PHP based IRC bot (bit of server cleanup), and replace it with a newer more maintained bot… A quick search and playing with several bots around including two PHP based bots (@,@), a node.js one and two python Read more...

Many thanks to StreamingMedia.com for inviting Michael and me to speak about HTML5 and our adventures with creating the Kaltura HTML5 Media library. Now that Streaming Media Europe and West HTML5 Media Workshops are over (and that I’m back home), as promised, here are the slides and some answers to common questions. Slides: HTML5 Streaming Media West Workshop 2010 This post is about the current state of HTML5 Media, links to resources about the Kaltura HTML5 Media Library, Read more...