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Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 014 with James Lau on OneNote APIs

In episode 14, Jeremy Thake chats to James Lau about the OneNote developer story with the public APIs available when accessing notebooks through OneDrive.

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About James

James LauJames is the principal lead program manager on the OneNote API team. He and his team is responsible for building the OneNote API developer experience and ecosystem of apps and devices. Prior to OneNote, he led initiatives across Microsoft including projects in the Bing Social Search, Windows Phone Incubations and Visual Studio Extensibility. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, running, biking and enjoying the Pacific Northwest.

You can find James tweeting at @jmslau.

 

About the host

An image of Jeremy Thake, a newly appointed tTechnical pProduct mManager at Microsoft responsible for the Visual Studio Developer story for Office 365 developmentJeremy is a newly appointed technical product manager at Microsoft responsible for the Visual Studio Developer story for Office 365 development. Previously he worked at AvePoint Inc, a large ISV, as the chief architect shipping two apps to the Office Store. He has been heavily involved in the SharePoint community since 2006 and was awarded the SharePoint MVP award four years in a row before retiring the title to move to Microsoft.

You can find Jeremy blogging at www.jeremythake.com and tweeting at @jthake.

 

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