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Today we presented a webcast about Unified Communications Development for Non-Professional Developers. Together with my colleague Michiel van Oudheusden we presented amazing stuff about OCS R2 development, PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010 and much more. From the e-office community within e-office thank you very much for joining us today.
- Joachim Farla = JFA
- Michiel van Oudheusden = MOU
Presentation available for download:
|JFA/MOU||UC Development for Non-Prof Developers|
Presentation in parts:
|JFA/MOU||Unified Communications Platform|
|JFA/MOU||Exchange Web Services|
|JFA/MOU||Office Communicator Extensibility|
|JFA/MOU||OCS Server Development Part I|
|JFA/MOU||OCS Server Development Part II|
|JFA||PowerShell - EMS|
|JFA||PowerShell - Out-GridView|
|JFA||PowerShell - ISE|
|MOU||EWS Managed API|
|MOU||Presence Aware Workflow with OCS R2|
Check out our upcoming content (blogposts) about:
- Part 1: PowerShell in Exchange Server 2010 (the world of) upcoming this month (Author: Joachim Farla)
- Part 2: How to write your own application against EWS Managed API upcoming next month (Author: Michiel van Oudheusden)
- Part 3: How to build your own presence aware application in Office Communications Server 2007 R2? upcoming next month (Author: Michiel van Oudheusden)
Short wrap up:
Microsoft Unified Communications is unleashing the power of software to communications. But what communications solutions can a company deploy without having a full-time developer on staff? In this webcast, we walk you through a set of easy-to-use applications that anyone with basic programming skills can use to build on the developer platform of Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office Communications Server.
Join us to learn how to use the new Windows 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; and how build a basic help desk portal application using speech recognition. All code will be made available after the webcast on http://gotuc.net.