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Monday, June 2, 2014

Kamailio Development Workshop, July 9-10, 2014, Paris, France

Want to learn more about the inside of Kamailio? NextKamailio Development Workshop takes place in Paris, France, during July 9-10, 2014.
The coordinator of the workshop is Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder of Kamailio project, the entire event being organized by Asipto, Germany and Orange, France.
The goal of the event is to present how to write your own extension in C 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
In other words, main outcome of the workshop is developing on site a sample module that exports new parameters, functions, RPC commands, pseudo-variables, deals with locks, private and shared memory, accesses SIP message attributes and updates SIP message content, a.s.o.
The price per attendee is 240 Euro.
Number of seats to the workshop is limited and access will be granted in first come first servedfashion. Registrations or requests for more details has to be done via email at:
registration [at] kamailio.org
We offer two grants allowing either students or unemployed people to participate for free. There are many companies looking to higher persons with good knowledge of Kamailio, this workshop is giving a good chance for a nice career in the dynamic market of real time communications!
A social networking dinner is planned for the evening of July 9, open for everyone willing to join, no matter of participation to the workshop. More details about this event will be published in the near future.

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