Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Unified Communications Development for Non-Professional Developers

Yes, Michiel van Oudheusden and myself are presenting a webcast on the topic: Unified Communications Development for Non-Professional Developers! Cool! Join is then if you like. More information on the webcast available very soon. 

Microsoft Unified Communications is unleashing the power of software to communications. But what are the use cases that any company can deploy to its benefits without being a full-time developer?

This webcast walks through a set of easy-to-use applications anyone can build on the developer platform of Microsoft Exchange and Office Communications Server with basic programming skills.

How to use the new PowerShell capabilities to manage your Exchange users; how to use Exchange for managing a customer database; how to build a conference room scheduling application in the Exchange Web Services Managed API; how to write a smart notifications application in the Windows Workflow that works with SharePoint and uses the right communications mode of email, IM, or the telephone depending on the presence of the user that needs to be alerted; and how build a basic help desk portal application using speech recognition.

Unified Communications Development for Non-Professional Developers planned on: Tuesday,  Feb 23th from 11am-12:30pm (PST). More information soon!

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