Developing Applications using Microsoft Speech Server and .NET

Developing Applications using Microsoft Speech Server and .NET

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Thanks to everyone that attended the sessions two weeks ago in NYC on developing applications with Speech Server. It had to wait until I got my new blog started up, but as promised, here are the sessions' materials and samples for download.

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Speech Server Home

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Speech Server Community

There is still one more Speech Server event coming up on June 2nd in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl where you can catch these sessions live. The link to register is available here.

Title

Description

What the Heck is a Multi-modal application?

Scott Wieder - Cantata
Raj Sreepathi - Microsoft Consulting Services

 

Speech enabled applications have traditionally encompassed a very small set of enterprise applications. With the technology, standards and tool sets available they have been difficult to develop and maintain. However, there has been an increase demand for multi-modal applications within the enterprise. This has increased the role of speech enabled applications as both standalone and integrated parts of the enterprise architecture. This session will introduce the concept of a multi-modal application and cover how this type of application is developed by a developer using Visual Studio.NET 2003 and the Speech Server SDK. Finally, we will cover how this application can be deployed to the enterprise using the Microsoft Speech Server.

Building Basics

 

Eric Phetteplace

Integrated Voice Solutions

http://www.nextivr.com/ericp/default.aspx

 

 

 

This session will introduce you with the basics of building applications with the Microsoft Speech Application SDK.  We'll start with a brief architecture overview and a quick tour of the different components in the SASDK (like speech controls, promptdb, grammar editor, TASsim, etc).  We will then piece together a simple example of a typical speech transaction to show these pieces in action. 

Advanced Speech Techniques - Voice User Interface Design

 

Kevin Sato

Computer Talk Technology

 

In this session Kevin discusses best practices for designing Voice User Interfaces.  Designing a VUI is very different from designing a GUI.  This session compares the two interface types, then moves on to discuss 6 key design principles for VUI design.  Numerous samples are shown (or played) to demonstrate these principles.

Top 10 Developer Tips and Tricks

 

Chris Hollander - Microsoft Consulting Services

 

.NET Speech Server and the Speech Server SDK provide a number of ways to design, develop and deploy voice-centric applications. For many developers, this technology poses a number of new challenges. In this presentation, you will learn the top developer tips and techniques to better understand and more effectively developing .NET applications that leverage the power of the .NET Speech Server SDK.

  • Thanks for the link to GotSpeech.

    I am really looking forward to the Ft. Lauderdale event as I will be doing a session on the new features in MSS 2007. Scott Weider and Bill Ryan will also be speaking at the event.

    Marshall Harrison
    "the gotspeech guy"
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