Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
The new Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Web Services managed API provides managed code access to Microsoft Exchange whether you are running on premise or in the cloud. This powerful, productive Microsoft .NET API provides full access to Microsoft Exchange mail, calendaring, scheduling, contacts, eventing, synchronization, permissioning, and public folders by programmatically using the Exchange Web Services protocol, a standards-based HTTP-SOAP interface. Join us for this webcast, and learn how using this cutting-edge, software-plus-services solution can dramatically accelerate your development times, substantially increase code quality, reduce test and maintenance costs, and prepare your company for a move to a service offering.
Presenter: Chris Mayo, Unified Communications Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
Chris Mayo is a technical evangelist who loves to help developers and architects get the most out of the Microsoft developer platform. As someone who is naturally interested in new technologies, Chris is excited to be working in developer and platform evangelism for the Microsoft Unified Communications platform. Chris has been a Microsoft technical evangelist for eight years, and he has experience as a writer and a public speaker, delivering technical content to audiences ranging in size from small groups to thousands. Chris is also a contributing author of Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (Microsoft Press, 2009). Prior to joining Microsoft, Chris served as a developer and architect in the IT departments of Fortune 500 companies in the retail and finance industries. Keep up with Unified Communications development and Chris at his blog.