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  • Blog Post: Thoughts on testing speech applications

    Personally, I feel one area that we did not address overly well in Speech Server is allowing developers to test their speech applications. Granted, this seems to be missing from many platforms these days but I think in the case of speech applications this is especially important because they can be tricky...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communications Client API shipped!

    I just received an e-mail that the Unified Communications Client API has just shipped and is now available externally at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=82c468da-3294-4ca9-bbcc-d455cfd06af2&displaylang=en This API has two acronyms - UCCA and UCCP. I have been calling...
  • Blog Post: Developing applications for OCS - where do I start?

    In a recent post, I presented an overview of all of the different APIs available in Office Communications Server 2007. The goal of that post was to help direct developers who want to know where to start. From that post I received some feedback that this proves that OCS 2007 development is only for advanced...
  • Blog Post: An overview of the APIs in Office Communications Server 2007

    Over time I have discussed all of the different APIs available to you in order to create Office Communications Server 2007 APIs. Today I thought I would do an overview of what's available and when you would use each one. Office Communicator API Example: Microsoft Office uses the Communicator...
  • Blog Post: Integrating presence into your applications

    I have seen a lot of questions lately asking how one can add presence to a communications application. There are a number of ways to do this, but I don't think we have done a great job explaining what they are. First, and perhaps what has confused people the most, there is currently no support for...
  • Blog Post: So what is the Unified Communications Client API?

    In my UCMA blog series, I mentioned a client side API called the 'Unified Communications Client API' (UCCA). In the comments, I had several questions about what this is and how to use it. Recently, I started looking at this API in more depth and, while I do not know enough to write a blog series about...
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