It’s been a while that i had not writing any post on this blog. But the time has come to take a good habit and post new contents (news, article, videos and so on) around Skype for Business, Development Platform and ecosystem more often.
Microsoft has announced lots of new features during Enterprise Connect and //build, around Skype, Skype for Business, and more specifically on the Development Platform.
Before to deep dive in these features, the following episode of “Sfb Video Broadcast” is a very good introduction and also nice outline of the overall platform.
I will certainly write posts around Skype for Business Web SDK or App SDK, but if you are looking forward to get more informations, you can watch //build videos available :
Skype for Business Developer Platform Update with David Newman and Richard Taylor
Introducing the Skype for Business SDK for iOS and Android by Richard Taylor
Skype for Business Partner Integration Examples
To complete all these informations, with these links you can find all answers of your questions :
If you are following technology news, you’ve probably seen all the big announcements about Lync and Skype at the end of 2014. These ones offer good insights with some Skype features for the consumer and Lync updates. We could also see some new features during Windows 10 Keynote, I will come back to this topic in another post.
If you missed the Lync Conference in Las Vegas last February, here’s your chance to catch up! All sessions have been available on Channel 9 for a couple of weeks now. Below are the links to all videos about developing for Lync and Skype.
Second Lync Conference: done! Once again I had the chance to attend this year’s edition which was held a few weeks ago at the Aria Hotel Resort conference center. This is the most important event of the year for all members of the Microsoft UC ecosystem, a great opportunity to talk to Microsoft teams and customers, as well as partners and MVPs.
Like last year, rich content was presented across more than 170 sessions and announcements around the future of Lync and Skype and development as well!
After reviewing the situation since the launch of LCS ten years ago, Gurdeep Singh Pall and Derek Burney introduced Microsoft’s vision around unified communications, or rather “universal communications”.
I started blogging three years ago and now I want to start a new adventure with xpandlync.com.
Since last July, I have been the proud co-founder of Neitiv and I have been focusing on the development of unified communication solutions around Microsoft Lync, Skype and hardware equipment such as Plantronics headsets, and Snom or Polycom IP phones.
I will be sharing all the tips and tutorials I use to build UC scenarios based on these technologies and I will also publish the applications and code I use for my own projects.
I will also continue to add posts to my French Lync blog www.techandprog.fr. This one focuses more on the IT part.
I hope you find the information helpful and interesting, and please feel free to share your impressions. I’m always happy to hear what you have to say!
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