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Monday, January 21, 2013

Kamailio Development Workshop, Feb 14-15, 2013, Alicante, Spain

Want to learn more about the inside of Kamailio? Next Kamailio Development Workshop takes place in Alicante, Spain, during February 14-15, 2013.
 
The event is organized by Asipto and University of Alicante, Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering.

The coordinator of the workshop is Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder of Kamailio project. The goal of the event is to present how to write your own code for Kamailio SIP Server. Note that it is not a training for VoIP administrators looking to learn how to configure and operate Kamailio-based SIP-VoIP platforms.

During the two days in the workshop, following topics will be approached:
  • internal architecture
  • SIP parser
  • memory manager
  • locking manager
  • database API
  • config file language interpreter
  • RPC interface
  • pseudo-variables and transformations framework
  • internal libraries
  • module interface – write your own extensions in C as modules
  • documentation docbook format
The price per attendee is 140 Euro. The participants going to Kamailio World will get a 30Euro discount to the registration fee for the conference in Berlin.

Number of seats to the workshop is limited and access will be granted in first come first served fashion. Registrations or requests for more details must be done via email at:

registration [at] kamailio.org

For people that happen to be in the area but not interested in programming C and/or not participating to the class, there will be a Social Networking Event during the evening of Feb 14, where we meet for food, drinks and discussions about SIP, VoIP and more.

Participation to the evening event is open and free for anybody, very likely to be a dinner or a pub session where every participant pays for himself/herself. Registration is still required so we know how many seats to reserve and send you the location of the event.

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