Thanks to everyone what attended our sessions, dropped by the booth and took the opportunity to get hands on with the platform via the, well, hands on labs last week at the PDC2008.

Links to the UC Sessions below. 

Microsoft Office Communications Server and Exchange: Platform Futures

Learn how applications and services can add presence, IM, VOIP, and Video using the Unified Communications Platform. Also, see the roadmap for the future of Microsoft Unified Communications (UC) products and the new UC Platform SDKs.

http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/BB09/

Office Communications Server 2007 R2: Enabling Unified Communications

Learn how UCMA 2.0 and Unified Communication Workflow Activities provide a powerful communications arsenal to build Presence, IM, and voice-enabled services that can be leveraged from any application.

http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/BB45/

Exchange Web Services Managed API: Unified Communications Development for Exchange

The new Exchange Web Services Managed API provides managed code access to Exchange, whether running on premises or in the cloud. Learn how this new Microsoft .NET API provides full access to Microsoft Exchange mail, calendaring, scheduling, contacts, eventing, synchronization, permissioning, and public folders programmatically using the Exchange Web Services protocol.

http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/BB46/

Special thanks to the PDC2008 staff for making this such a great event.  I had a blast.

Thanks,

Chris

BTW, if you’ve emailed me about the OCS 2007 R2 Platform Beta, please bear with me as I dig through my Inbox now that I’m back at home.  I’ll get back to everyone over the next few days.