Ben Klang, leader of the Adhearsion Project, delivers the keynote for AdhearsionConf 2011. His talk includes a "State of the Project", which reviews the achievements and progress made over the year since the previous AdhearsionConf. He next talks about his vision for the Adhearsion Project and how to get there.
What if you could run database-driven surveys that talked to your users? Ifbyphone was able to do just that with the help of Adhearsion and Mojo Lingo. Stephen George of Ifbyphone will discuss how easily Adhearsion lends itself to developing a robust survey phone application.
Jason Goecke and Jose de Castro of Voxeo Labs present an introduction to the Rayo protocol. Rayo is a new protocol designed to enable 3rd party application developers to provide services inside carrier networks. Rayo is message-oriented, XML-based and capable of controlling phone calls, audio mixers and a variety of advanced media resources.
Paul Golding and Juan de Bravo present connFu. As a special surprise announcement, O2, the second largest UK mobile phone carrier, announces support for the Adhearsion Project!
Review of the cool new things in Asterisk 10 with focus on features useful for voice application developers. Digium wants your feedback! We also discussed what the community wants and needs for Asterisk 11.
Jason Goecke welcomes everyone back to day 2 of AdhearsionConf 2011. He covers a brief history of the project itself and shares his thoughts on the future of the project.
Many telephony applications are poorly tested, and rarely is the media portion (the actual phone call) tested in any automated fashion. This leads to long QA sessions, heartache, and undiscovered regressions on every iteration. But we're Ruby developers (most of us!); how do we live with ourselves? As these applications become more and more complex, the situation is only going to get worse. Thankfully, we have almost everything we need to build fully automated test suites running complex assertions on voice interactions. Let's take a look at how we might begin to do this and redeem ourselves.
With every advance in technology, people have found a way to use it to the detriment of others, which is why we spend so much time and effort focused on securing our servers and our applications. Developments in telephony are no exception to this idiom, and we'll discuss how we've integrated some of these into a next generation, open source wardialer. We'll also discuss some of the technical challenges involved, the dangers associated with this approach, and how you can perform penetration testing for your organization using these tools.
Daniel Beauchamp and Jonathan Rudenberg of Shopify demonstrate their beautiful home-grown callcenter app called "Q". Also released is a Coffee-script framework called Batman.js. Kittens and Batman costume included!
Ben Langfeld of Mojo Lingo shows where to find information about best practices for deploying Adhearsion applications.
Jason gives a quick introduction to PRISM, the new telephony platform targeted for support in Adhearsion 2.0.
Daniel Beauchamp presents a project he created during AdhearsionConf 2011: a demo app based on the concept of the children's game "Telephone." Hilarity and Trololo are the result.
Stephen George of Ifbyphone presents a lightning talk on the Adhearsion Console.
David Ryder presents how he uses Adhearsion