Matt Jordan

Blog Author

About the Author

Matt Jordan joined Digium in July of 2011. Since joining Digium, he has served as lead on the Asterisk open source project, as an Engineering Manager, and as Director of Technology. In June 2016, Jordan was named CTO of Digium. In this role, Jordan is responsible for technology and architectural decisions used in the Company’s product and service offerings. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Michigan Technological University, and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana State University and multiple patents.

Look what’s landed on Asterisk.org!

By Matt Jordan

If you pop over to Asterisk.org you will now find, proudly displayed on the home page, the all new “contribu-meter” – it’s on the left hand side towards the bottom

Asterisk 13.0.0 Now Available!

By Matt Jordan

The Asterisk Development Team is pleased to announce the release of Asterisk 13.0.0. This release is available for immediate download at http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/releases Asterisk 13 is the next major release series

Asterisk 13: The Asterisk REST Interface (ARI)

By Matt Jordan

In the last two blog posts, we discussed changes to the Asterisk core that were made to facilitate new and better APIs in Asterisk. In this blog post, we’ll begin

Asterisk 13: Core Changes – The Bridging Framework

By Matt Jordan

In the last blog post covering changes to the Asterisk core, we discussed the new Stasis Message Bus and how it helped Asterisk facilitate new APIs. While the message bus

Asterisk 13: Core Changes – The Stasis Message Bus

By Matt Jordan

Today, we’ll begin to look at the core changes made in the previous release of Asterisk and refined over the past year for Asterisk 13. Specifically, we’ll look at the