Kamailio World 2014

4 Apr
At Kamailio World 2014 the first live streamed Dangerous Demos was run. Four prizes were awarded: First Prize – Emil Ivov, For demonstrating Jitsi Video Bridge Runners up – Matt Jordan (Digium), Alexandr Dubovikov (HOMER) Audience Prize – Andreas Granig –...
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Astricon 2013

24 Oct
In October 2013 Dangerous Demos returned to Astricon Atlanta a year after their debut and so did Ben Klang who had won the competition exacly a year before. Natrually he won it again, demonstrating his Asterisk activated Arduino powered...
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Cluecon 2013

6 Aug
Dangerous Demos came to Cluecon in August 2013 for the third formal rendition of the competition. Seven Du won with his demonstration of HD Video Conferencing with DSP Bridge There were no runner up...
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Kamailio World 2013

5 Apr
In April 2013, Dangerous demos featured at Kamailio World in Berlin for the first time. A grand prize and two runners up prizes were awarded with the Grand prize going to Daniel Mierla (and the rest of the Kamailio team)...
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Astricon 2012

24 Oct
In October 2012 the first formal edition of Dangerous Demos took place at Astricon in Atlanta, GA. The competition had a single prize which was won by Ben Klang for his demonstration of an SIP linked...
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