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Fotios Tzellos

Fotios Tzellos is a Developer Relations Engineer at MediaMath. He spends his time helping clients get the most out of our API and platforms. In a previous life, he developed film/TV post production and distribution software, including a stint at the BBC working on the iPlayer microservice architecture. He holds an MEng in Computer Science from University College London.

A Picture of Fotios Tzellos
Fotios Tzellos

Fotios Tzellos is a Developer Relations Engineer at MediaMath. He spends his time helping clients get the most out of our API and platforms. In a previous life, he developed film/TV post production and distribution software, including a stint at the BBC working on the iPlayer microservice architecture. He holds an MEng in Computer Science from University College London.

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Released: MediaMath iOS Event Pixel SDK

// 06.13.2017 // Open Source

A simple framework for firing MediaMath Pixels Until recently, we offered a native objective-C iOS library for firing MM Event pixels. This worked well for many of our clients but had one key shortcoming. AFNetworking provides indispensable high-level network abstractions for many iOS developers. However, developers often use their own, potentially incompatible, versions of AFNetworking. This introduced an overhead of maintaining a library with all versions of AFNetworking. There was a simpler solution. Get rid of AFNetworking. The new iOS SDK is: 100% native 100% open source -100% AFNetworking It also offers some nifty new functionality over the previous release. […]

FOSDEM 2016

// 02.24.2016 // Open Source

I was at The Free and Open Source Developers European Meeting 2016. Commonly shortened to FOSDEM, the event brings thousands of people in the free and open source software community from all over the world to ULB, Brussels, to exchange best practices, share new releases, and generally discuss the state of open source development. The weekend was frighteningly dense (569 speakers! 618 events! 52 tracks!) so there’s very little hope of writing a full summary without the help of a small army of engineers.  Based on the small sample of talks and panels I did get to attend, a few […]