Unified Communications @ PDC09

I love the PDC.  Before I joined Microsoft in 2000, I went to every PDC so I could evaluate the future of the Microsoft platform and integrate it into my development and architecture. Since I joined the company, I’ve attended every PDC to share what we’re doing at Microsoft with regards to the future of…


@PDC09: Please fill out your evals!!!

Everything is ready to go for my Microsoft Unified Communications: Developer Platform Futures (PRO5) session @ 11 AM tomorrow in 515B.  I hope to see you there. We always appreciate your feedback on sessions at PDC, so please fill out your evals.  Your feedback has a real positive affect on future PDC sessions. And, new…


@PDC09: Microsoft Unified Communications: Developer Platform Futures (PRO5)

Thanks to everyone that attended my PDC09 session today.  I’ll link to the session recording when it’s posted on Ch. 9, but here’s a quick recap of what was covered: The UC “14” Wave will consist of Exchange 2010 (released last week at TechEd Europe), Office Communications Server “14”* and Office Communicator “14”*.  With the…


@PDC09: Integrating and Extending OC 14 Session

Just waiting for the Day 2 Keynote to start.  Remember to head over to David’s session on integrating OC 14 features into your WPF and Silverlight apps right after the keynote.  Integrating and Extending the Microsoft Office Communicator Experience with Windows Presentation Foundation and Microsoft Silverlight David Ollason in 408A on Wednesday at 11:30 AM….


Lync Server 2010, Lync 2010 and SDKs Release Candidate Available Now

At TechEd 2010 US, I presented a session called Building Communications Enabled Business Processes with Microsoft Communications Server “14” on developing solutions for the upcoming release of Office Communications Server “14” and Office Communicator “14”. I have some interesting news to share.  First, Office Communications Server “14” and Office Communicator “14” have been renamed Lync…