The Future is Video
Location: Saal Maritim A
Video is becoming an ever more popular element in a modern web application. This was originally spear headed by YouTube and now more and more customers are asking for a video as a feature.
Most talks on integrating video into a busy website are often given by consultancies who have developed a solution for a client but after delivery are no longer involved in the day to day running of the solution.
This is definitely a from the trenches talk that provides detailed knowledge of:
- The best ways of uploading large video files
- Various solutions to video encoding in a scalable way, including optimizations.
- Options for content storage and delivery. And the various myths floating around
- A poor mans CDN alternative
- And finally the Ruby and command line utilities required to do this
After this session, developers should be able to walk away with the in depth knowledge required to integrate video into both a small or massively large site.
Jonathan has over ten years of commercial experience developing everything from large e-commerce sites to real-time trading applications for Java enabled mobile devices.
Back in 2005 Jonathan left a highly paid job in the City as a technical architect to start Agile Evolved the UK’s first purely Ruby on Rails consultancy. After the merger of Agile Evolved with New Bamboo in early 2007 Jonathan took the job of technical director.
It was during this period that he became increasingly interested in video and so left the company a year later to join Vzaar as the lead architect developing and improving the video architecture of the this popular site.