The first AdhearsionConf will be held in San Francisco on the weekend of August 14-15, 2010.
What is Adhearson?
Adhearsion is the first fully-featured open source Ruby framework for Asterisk and an easy way to write voice-enabled applications. In the age of the social web, what other technologies are more social than voice? Adhearsion empowers your code to handle and route inbound and outbound phone, VoIP, and Skype calls automatically, just like it handles normal web traffic.
Who should attend AdhearsionConf 2010?
Ruby developers who are already using Adhearsion or Asterisk or ANY Web 2.0 developers who would like to better understand how they can use Adhearsion to open up their applications to a whole new audience of VoIP, Skype and phone-based users.
If you’re not familiar with Jay (and/or Adhearsion), here’s a video interview from InfoQ where Jay Phillips explains what Adhearsion is. We’ll also have other folks on deck that will be sharing their innovative uses of Adhearsion.
Additional speakers and sponsors are still being hashed out, but we’ll post the agenda and exact location as soon as we have them all solidified. All you have to do is REGISTER EARLY and get yourself to San Francisco in August.
And, yes, there will be free food and possibly free kitten mittens.