Kerry Buckley

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JohnMac and psd: the real story!

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According to Twitter, anyway:

John’s one friend


Written by Kerry

May 15th, 2007 at 11:59 am

BT’s Java SDK part two: making phone calls

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Yesterday we saw how easy it is to send text messages using the SDK, so now let’s try making a phone call.

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Written by Kerry

February 18th, 2007 at 12:02 pm

Posted in BT,Java,Web21C

BT’s Java SDK


As I mentioned recently, I now work in the Web21C SDK team. The SDK provides a simple API for programmatically accessing various web services that BT provides, including SMS, conference calls and location services.

The SDK is in public beta, and is currently free (with daily usage limits). Up to now it’s only been available for those crazy .NET folks, but the next release (on Monday, all being well) will extend that to Java, PHP and Python. Rumour has it that Ruby’s in the works too.

I’ve been having a play with the Java version – here’s a sneak preview…

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Written by Kerry

February 17th, 2007 at 5:01 pm

Posted in BT,Java,Web21C