Hands on DLNA - Mark Ryan, Intel
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance ) technology allows users to seamlessly exchange, stream and synchronize media content between their various devices. DLNA enabled devices are becoming ubiquitous in the modern home. There are a number of existing open source projects that can be used to take advantage of the DLNA functionality offered by such devices. This presentation will provide hands-on examples of how these open source projects can be employed and tailored by users to meet their specific needs. There will be demonstrations of the standard DLNA use cases, explanations of the various DLNA APIs, including examples of their use, and the live creation of DLNA enabled applications.
Software Architect, Intel
Mark works for Intel’s Open Source Technology centre as a software architect. He has a first class honours degree and a Ph.D. in computer science. He has over twelve years of industry experience working for five international companies in four different countries. Mark is currently working on dLeyna, an open source project that provides APIs for creating DLNA applications. He has previously spoken at 3 international conferences, FOSDEM 2013, Gecco 1999, and Genetic Programming 1998.
Tuesday May 28, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
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