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Summary

Spencer Dixon shares how he built Tuple using WebRTC and the many challenges of native app development

Show Notes

Spencer Dixon is the CTO and cofounder of Tuple, a pair programming application for remote developers.

We discuss:
  • How WebRTC works
  • Capturing audio and video
  • Choosing a video codec
  • NAT traversal
  • Choosing a native application over Electron
  • Diving into C++ and MacOS development
  • Getting expert help
This episode was originally on Software Engineering Radio.

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What is Software Sessions?

Practical conversations about software development.