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Hey all —

We're looking for a PJSIP contractor to help us with improve our native Windows/Mac apps (written using PJSUA2's C++ API, C/ObjC/Qt). The ideal person would...

* Expert level knowledge of PJSIP, SIP, NAT/STUN, and Freeswitch along with C++, ObjectiveC, Qt.
* Working knowledge of JS and Python
* Native level proficiency in written and spoken English
* Be able to communicate with customers regarding issues they are having and also manage the technical communication with our telephony vendor when upstream call flow issues arise.

Please email Anthony Nemitz <anthony@close.io> directly if interested or if you may know a good candidate.

Thanks! - Anthony
[pjsip] Looking for a PJSIP consultant in the U.S.. Anthony Nemitz anthony at close.io. Fri Jul 3 15:30:24 EDT 2015. Previous message (by thread): [pjsip] registration gets return code 401 from pbx; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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Code less. Create more. Deploy everywhere.

We couldn't agree more. Happy 20th Anniversary, +Qt

Proof that through the years, many tech changes, company changes, being an open source project keeps it alive.


Today, I am really happy to celebrate Qt’s 20th anniversary. On May 20, 1995, the first Qt version, 0.90, was released! I am really glad to have been part of the Qt journey since 1997, when I first got in touch with Qt through the KDE project. Qt immediately fascinated me. It not only made
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Talking about pjsip​ today at AsterConference Asia in Beijing

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Call for papers for AstriCon 2015 - anyone interested?
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Love engraved stuff. Wish more gadgets offer it. Any add on services that look as good?
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SIP troubleshooting workshop at #KamailioWorld. Who knew SIP needs troubleshooting? It's perfectly interoperable, everything just works! Right? Right? 😝
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Trying to get your head round Windows development? So are we. Here's what we found so far. 
Windows Runtime (WinRT) Overview. This document is compiled from various sources in hopes to give better understanding in regards to WinRT and specifically its relation to Windows RT and Windows Phone. Windows Runtime. Windows Runtime, or shortly WinRT, is Microsoft's new programming model that ...
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We agree. The promised land of Universal App is tantalisingly near now. Microsoft has been released from the shackles of Wintel hegemony.

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Whatsapp has WebRTC? Maybe, maybe not. But Facebook Messenger sure does: http://bit.ly/1yjQ2h3
Facebook just unbundled Messenger from its main website, and added there WebRTC in a very meaningful way. What does that mean to the rest of the ecosystem?
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PJSIP version 2.4 is released with main focus on video on Android, which includes a capture device using android.hardware.Camera and a renderer using OpenGL ES 2. We also updated the support for version 2.0.0 of bdIMAD from +bdSound srl​. 
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Open source realtime IP communications library for smartphones
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PJSIP is a free and open source multimedia communication library written in C language implementing standard based protocols such as SIP, SDP, RTP, STUN, TURN, and ICE. It combines signaling protocol (SIP) with rich multimedia framework and NAT traversal functionality into high level API that is portable and suitable for almost any type of systems ranging from desktops, embedded systems, to smartphones.

PJSIP SIP library is available for Android, iOS, and BB10.

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