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New Blog Home for the GotSpeechGuy
Thu, Jan 26 2012 10:15
Since I blog about varied development tools and software such as Lync, UCMA, PowerShell and Windows Phone I have moved my blog off of GotSpeech.net to a new site. You can now find my blog at GotSpeechGuy.com . I want to thank everyone that has followed... Read More...
Lessons Learned: impersonating a user
Tue, May 3 2011 6:46
As I mentioned in Lessons Learned: passing parameters to your workflow I'm doing a series of blog posts on things that I learned while working on my latest UCMA IVR project. The app recorded the caller's messsage and also allowed the voice mailbox... Read More...
Lessons Learned: passing parameters to your workflow
Fri, Apr 29 2011 6:45
I just came off of a large UCMA 3.0 project writing an IVR app that records a voice mail and also allows you to customize your mailbox greeting. I spent lots of time on the project and learned quite a bit about how UCMA differs from the Speech Server... Read More...
New Lync Server 2010 Books
Mon, Apr 4 2011 8:48
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Alex Lewis , Andrew Abbate and Tom Pacyk will be in stock at Amazon on April 6th. I've been conversing with Alex while the book was being written and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy. I'm a big... Read More...
Impesonating a user in a UCMA call
Mon, Feb 7 2011 9:31
Recently I was working on an application endpoint that records a Lync audio call. I got that working fine but when a Lync user called another user and the call then got redirected to my application the name in the Communicator window would change to the... Read More...
Some Links for the New Year
Wed, Jan 5 2011 8:17
One of my New Year's resolutions is to blog more often as I have been lax lately. My goal is to blog about Speech Server as well as the things that I am working on. This means that I will also be blogging about FreeSWITCH, UCMA, PowerShell and Lync... Read More...
The Future of GotSpeech.Net
Wed, Sep 8 2010 13:48
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the future of GotSpeech.Net and how it fits in with my career. I’ve knocked around several ideas and I’ve finally come to a decision. The reality is that I am simply not doing as much Speech Server development as... Read More...
In Redmond For the Microsoft 2010 MVP Global Summit
Fri, Feb 12 2010 15:44
I’ll be in Bellevue/Redmond next week (14 – 19th) for the Microsoft 2010 MVP Global Summit . This will be my 4th Summit and I am really looking forward to it. It’s a long tiring week but if gives me a chance to reconnect with friends in the OCS Product... Read More...
Microsoft Speech Technologies web site now live
Fri, Jan 15 2010 21:07
New Microsoft Speech Technologies web site is now live. Enjoy. I’m off to read all of the content. Read More... Read More...
What’s the story on Speech Server’s future?
Thu, Dec 24 2009 5:36
What’s the story on Speech Server’s future? Over the last few months I keep getting inquiries from people concerning the future of Speech Server 2007. They are interested in starting new IVR projects, converting MSS 2004 apps or moving from other platforms... Read More...
MVP again and other stuff
Wed, Jul 1 2009 13:54
I got this in my email today: Dear Marshall Harrison, Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2009 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise... Read More...
Microsoft UC Developer Survey
Wed, May 27 2009 6:26
Microsoft is asking UC developers to take a quick survey to better get to know its developer audience, carried out by Frost and Sullivan. For example, what applications have been developed, what other communications tools besides Microsoft’s unified communications... Read More...
Help Shape the Future of Speech Server
Mon, May 4 2009 7:16
As you might have noticed there are practically no speech tools yet in the UCMA 2.0 Speech SDK apart from some basic classes. Currently Microsoft is prioritizing which tools to make available in the Wave ‘14’ release of OCS/UCMA, at which time the Speech... Read More...