Windows 7: Building Great Audio Communications Applications


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Using the PC as a phone is central to the future of communications, and this session will provide you with the essentials to build the end to end experience. Windows 7 provides APIs for integrating communications capabilities into your applications. This session covers attenuating and muting sounds during a phone call, receiving a phone call using a Bluetooth headset, improving the latency of a phone call, and selecting the appropriate communications device.
  • Larry Osterman
    Larry started working at Microsoft back in the dark ages back when computers shipped with kilobytes of memory and a 10 megabytes of disk space. Over his 24 year career he has worked on networking, email servers, embedded controllers for home automation and most recently he works as a developer on the Windows Sound team.


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