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  • Blog Post: Scott Hanselman builds an Embodied Social Proxy using Office Communicator SDK and Exchange Web Services

    Scott remotely works @ Microsoft. To give himself a physical presence on campus, he’s used some off-the-shelf hardware nad the UC platform SDKs to build himself a physical proxy with integrated calendar via Exchange Web Services and presence/click-to-call using the OC SDK. Not only a fun/cool science...
  • Blog Post: @PDC09: Microsoft Unified Communications: Developer Platform Futures (PRO5)

    Thanks to everyone that attended my PDC09 session today.  I’ll link to the session recording when it’s posted on Ch. 9, but here’s a quick recap of what was covered: The UC “14” Wave will consist of Exchange 2010 (released last week at TechEd Europe), Office Communications Server “14”* and Office...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications @ PDC09

    I love the PDC.  Before I joined Microsoft in 2000, I went to every PDC so I could evaluate the future of the Microsoft platform and integrate it into my development and architecture. Since I joined the company, I’ve attended every PDC to share what we’re doing at Microsoft with regards to the future...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the OCS 2007 R2 Platform SDKs and New Exchange API…

    Today Chris Schindler and I presented a session at the PDC, BB09 – Office Communications Server 2007 and Exchange 2007: Platform Futures.  This is the first time we’ve discussed the new R2 platform SDKs and the new Exchange Web Services Managed API outside of the beta program and the first time...
  • Blog Post: I’m here @ PDC08

    Flight was on time(ish).  Hotel is close to the convention center.  All my hardware got here in one piece (though there’s actually like 14 pieces).  I’ve been running through my demos and everything is looking good.*   Are you ready for the PDC?  Got sessions and HOLs picked...
  • Blog Post: UC @ PDC

    The PDC (10/26-10/30 in LA) is all about the future of the Microsoft Platform. So it’s appropriate that we’re going to be showing the next generation of OCS 2007, OC 2007 and the UC Platform SDKs for the first time at the PDC. Learn: We’ve got a lot to show in our sessions if you look under the Unified...
  • Blog Post: Couldn't make it to TechEd? UC Platform Webcasts in June!

    I wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to catch some webcasts I'm delivering here in the next couple of weeks. We're going to cover a lot of the UC dev basics and take a deeper dive on a couple of APIs. Details and registration at the links below: 6/17 - Building Software on the Unified Communications...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Developers 2008 is Packed with UC Development Content

    Everyone that touches the UC products and SDK is heads down getting ready for TechEd 2008. It's going to be awesome. First, we've great breakout sessions to show you how to build communications features into your apps, like IM, voice and video. We've also got Interactive Theatre sessions where we...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications Launches on 10/16 in San Francisco!

    The Unified Communications Platform launched Wednesday, Oct. 16 th in San Francisco. That platform includes OCS 2007, OC 2007 and Exchange SP1. I attended the launch as a presenter, presenting a session on the platform SDKs for the IT Pro/IT management audience, as well spending time talking with attendees...
  • Blog Post: 7 UC Dev Sessions at TechEd Developers 2007 Europe!

    TechEd Developers 2007 Europe is in Barcelona Spain on 11/5-11/9/2007 this year. I'm very excited about this year since we're going to have a total of 7 sessions focused on developing with the UC platform, including OC 2007 SDK, OCS 2007 SDK, UCCP, UCMA, CWA AJAX APIs and Speech Server. Sign up for...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications Launch in San Fransisco, 10/16/2007

    The worldwide launch of our UC platform (Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator 2007 and Unifed Messaging with Exchange) is next week. You can find details here . The day kicks off with a keynote by Jeff Raikes and Bill Gates followed by technical sessions in verious areas (configuration...
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