Cool Developers STILL use Speech APIs
My apologies that there have been no new posts on this blog for nearly a year. Because my personal and professional lives have taken a new direction, my Microsoft blog will be closing.
I highly recommend the Speech @ Microsoftblog for more up-to-date information on Microsoft’s speech technologies.
Also, Rob’s Rhapsodyis a good blog maintained by Microsoft’s Rob Chambers.
If you’re interested in contacting me personally, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . Search the internet for Charles Oppermann OR ChuckOp and you’ll generally find me. I hope to hear from you!
Speech technology is incredibly enabling and is now mainstream and accepted by users. The technology is easily available to developers, so go forth and add the power of the human voice to your application!
Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Bob, Windows 95, Internet Explorer 3.0, Active Accessibility, Internet Explorer 4.0/4.01, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Active Directory Programming (author), Windows Vista, Office Communication Server 2007, Windows Speech Recognition Profile Tool, Windows 7
“A computer on every desk and in everyone home…
…usable by everyone!”