Making Devices Talk with Peer to Peer Networking

Judit Klein, Auckland University of Technology

Making computers talk is one of the most fundamental parts of computer programming. It brings with it a whole wealth of possible rich user experiences and helps unlock the potential of devices. For new programmers, the Multipeer Connectivity framework is an abstraction layer that offers easy to use APIs for networking capability. For more customisation and flexibility, or even to communicate between iOS and Android devices, this session focuses how to dive deeper into the underlying network layers.



Judit is a creative technologist based in Auckland. Aside from working for startups such as Prezi in Hungary, and when not working on new research in the field of collaboration technology, she is involved in projects around the world, including remote parts of Fiji, assisting students to learn about the use of iPads.