Brussels / 30 & 31 January 2016


Daniel Pocock

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Professional software engineer and consultant.

Daniel Pocock has developed enterprise grade solutions for some of the giants of the financial services industry, including secure connectivity for UBS (using Apache Camel), the first customer-facing WebRTC contact solution on Wall Street at Interactive Brokers, enterprise-wide real-time monitoring for Barclays Capital (based on Ganglia) and a wide range of real-time financial trade capture and risk management solutions for Thomson Reuters. Despite the highly proprietary nature of these enterprises, Pocock has remained a champion of efficient, cost effective open source solutions to meet demanding business requirements.

Pocock actively contributes to a range of free software projects with a focus on real-time communications (RTC) and VoIP, in particular, Lumicall, JSCommunicator, DruCall, reSIProcate, Ganglia and flactag. Pocock is the author of the RTC Quick Start Guide and is part of the team behind the O'Reilly book Monitoring with Ganglia

Pocock is a Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora Developer and an OpenCSW package maintainer. He is a licensed radio amateur with the callsigns VK3TQR and M0GLR.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Free communications with Free Software
Is there any credible way to build a trustworthy communications platform without using free software?
Sunday K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Communications 10:00 10:50
Improving Telepathy
Reliability and convenience
Sunday K.4.401 Desktops 14:20 15:00