Got Speech? Developing Applications using Microsoft Speech Server and .NET
Wednesday, February 23, 2005 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Does your application have something to say? Show me the code!
Using the power of .NET, Microsoft Speech Server and Visual Studio 2003 can give your application its voice. Used in conjunction with the Microsoft Speech Application Software Development Kit (SASDK), this platform enables developers to write and deploy web enabled speech applications to new and existing .NET applications.
This one day special developer session is designed to teach you how to architect, developing and implement speech enabled applications using Visual Studio 2003 and the Speech Server platform. We will show how this combination provides all the components necessary for building and deploying telephony (voice-only) and multimodal (voice/visual) applications. Additionally, we will show how the Speech Server platform builds upon the work of the open industry standard Speech Application Language Tags (SALT) specification to extend existing Web markup languages by adding speech recognition and prompt functionality to your Web applications. Using a practical code oriented approach we will cover how to architect, build and deploy these applications that performs speech recognition and speech synthesis for applications that can be accessed by telephone, cell phone, Pocket PC, Tablet PC and other devices.