Programming for Unified Communications

Programming for Unified Communications

by Rui Maximo, Kurt De Ding, Vishwa Ranjan, Chris Mayo
     
 

Exploit the Unified Communications (UC) platform’s rich and open API set—and create your own real-time communication solutions faster. Led by a team of UC programming experts, you’ll get the code walkthroughs and pragmatic advice you need to seamlessly integrate enterprise IM, presence, VoIP, and conferencing into your applications now. Connect

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Overview

Exploit the Unified Communications (UC) platform’s rich and open API set—and create your own real-time communication solutions faster. Led by a team of UC programming experts, you’ll get the code walkthroughs and pragmatic advice you need to seamlessly integrate enterprise IM, presence, VoIP, and conferencing into your applications now. Connect users exactly how and when they want—and increase business agility

  • Examine the architecture, design model, and scenarios for each API—matching the right functionality to your needs
  • Automate Office Communicator features—sign-in, contacts, presence, conversations
  • Use contextual collaboration to send and receive application-specific messages between clients
  • Develop Windows Workflow applications that support both voice and IM
  • Create and provision custom presence applications
  • Build server-side applications that maximize throughput and enable multiparty conferencing
  • Prepare your application for deployment
  • Apply best practices for debugging and troubleshooting
  • Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 R2

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735626232
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication date:
05/13/2009
Series:
Developer Reference Series
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

With 18 years of experience in the software industry, Rui Maximo had the opportunity to work on over 20 commercial software products for Microsoft, IBM, RSA, Greenplum, and startups. He has held various roles over the years as software design engineer, program manager, software test engineer, consultant, author, presenter, and instructor.

Rui's areas of expertise include:
- software design and development
- security
- Technical writing
- Analytics
- Unified Communications
- Directory services
- Programming

Kurt De Ding is a senior programming writer in the Office Communications Group.

Vishwa Ranjan is a program manager in the Unified Communications Group.

Chris Mayo is a technical evangelist in the Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism Group.

The Microsoft Office Communications Server Team designs, develops, and supports Office Communications Server technology.

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