Visit Webex for Developers this week at Cisco Live Barcelona

January 28, 2019
Adam Kalsey
Adam KalseyAdam Kalsey leads the Webex Developer Relations team.

Cisco Live, our annual customer conference, kicks off the European edition today in Barcelona, Spain and runs through Friday with 830+ sessions, keynotes, parties, and more. If you're in town for Cisco Live, the Webex for Developers team would love to meet you. Here's where you can find us:

All Week

All week long, you can drop into the Walk-In Self-Paced Labs and try your hand at Building Webex Teams bots using business logic templates. You'll find the Walk-In Self-Paced Labs hosted in The Hub in Hall 6.

Stop by the Webex for Developers demo in Cisco's Collaboration Village inside the World of Solutions Tuesday through Wednesday to see demos of how real customers are integrating Webex into their workflows.

Monday

You can learn to Embed Webex Messaging and Calling in Your iOS App in our workshop sessions. Jonathan Field will be teaching this popular small-group class four times in Workshop 6 in the DevNet Zone! Come by Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at 2 PM. You'll find the DevNet Zone in Hall 6.

Tuesday

Product Manager Olivier Proffit will give an overview and coding demo of the Webex Teams Video SDK Tuesday at 11 AM in DevNet Classroom 2.

You can get Hands on with the Webex Teams Guest Access API with Dorin Ciobanu, the software engineer that designed and built the Guest Access API. You'll find this small-group workshop held on both Tuesday and Wednesday at 11 AM in DevNet Workshop 4.

The second running of Jonathan Field's Embed Webex Messaging and Calling in Your iOS App is Tuesday at 2 PM at Workshop 6 in the DevNet Zone.

New to coding? Learn the basics of REST APIs from Adam Kalsey by running some hands-on examples using the Teams API and Postman. You'll find this in DevNet Classroom 3 on Tuesday at 2 PM, Wednesday at 1 PM, Thursday at 9 AM and 4 PM, and Friday at 9 AM.

Tuesday night, join Webex Ambassadors for at party at Webex After Dark, where you can Meet The Masters and hear from some of our most knowledgable Webex users and partners. (Registration required).

Wednesday

Jonathan Field will be presenting Streamlining Real World Use Cases with Webex for Developers on Wednesday at 9 AM in the DevNet Theater in the heart of the DevNet Zone.

One of the engineers behind the Webex Browser SDK, Adam Weeks, will show you how to combine server and client-side Javascript code to build applications with the Webex Teams SDK. This hands-on workshop will be held Wednesday at 10 AM and then again Thursday at 1 PM, both at Workshop 3 in the DevNet Zone.

The second delivery of Adam Kalsey's Intro to APIs and REST is in DevNet Classroom 3 Wednesday at 1 PM.

The third running of Jonathan Field's Embed Webex Messaging and Calling in Your iOS App is Wednesday at 2 PM at Workshop 6 in the DevNet Zone.

If you're not a developer you can still take advantage of the Webex APIs. Johannes Krohn will show you how Wednesday at 2:30 PM in Extending the Collaboration Eco-System using Webex Teams APIs for Non-Developers. You'll find this talk in Hall 8.0, Session Room D138.

Thursday

David Staudt will show you how to create meetings with a number of Cisco APIs, including Teams in DevNet Zone's Classroom 2, Thursday at 9 AM. DEVNET-1489

The third and fourth deliveries of Adam Kalsey's Intro to APIs and REST are in DevNet Classroom 3 Thursday at 9 AM and 4 PM.

Steve Sfartz will be showing Webex Teams APIs for Admin and Serviceability 1 PM Thursday in DevNet Classroom 1.

Adam Weeks will have an encore of Building Server and Client-side Applications in Javascript with the Webex Teams SDK Thursday at 1 PM at Workshop 3 in the DevNet Zone.

The final running of Jonathan Field's Embed Webex Messaging and Calling in Your iOS App is Thursday at 2PM at Workshop 6 in the DevNet Zone.

Friday

The final session of Intro to APIs and REST is in DevNet Classroom 3 Friday at 9 AM.

Wrap

Phew, that's a LOT. But we're not too busy to chat with you. Have some questions or ideas? Grab one of the team and say hello. Make sure and follow @CiscoWebexDev on Twitter for pictures, updates, and some giveaways at the conference.