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Robert Bamberg, Independent Software Developer

Welcome to the PC Phone Connections Website.

My name is Robert Bamberg and I am an independent software developer from Revere, Massachusetts, which is just outside of Boston in the USA. I have a BS in Mathematics, a MS in Computer Systems Engineering, and over 25 years experience as a software developer. During that time I have programmed in multiple software languages, and worked on multiple Operating Systems (OS). Here you will find some of the software titles that I've developed and released under my corporate identity PC Phone Connections.

As an independent software developer, I'm always interested in collaborating with other developers, and working with business partners on projects that are mutually beneficial. I'm also interested in new ways to distribute my software titles, and in the past have considered selling my Talking Mother Goose application as a stand-alone device. For more information on me and my background as a software developer, please visit my Linked-In Profile. If you'd like to contact me directly, I can be reached by email at robert.bamberg@pcphoneconnections.com.

If you own an Android device I encourage you to download one of the free apps I have developed for that platform. The first is an education app titled The Talking Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Player, that features over 300 popular nursery rhymes avaiable on-demand. The second app Three 'N Out is an old school, pong-like, finger ball game that has been described as "Simple to play. Simply entertaining!". Don't wait, try both apps today through the links below.

In addition to the Google Play Store The Talking Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Player continues to be available in the Amazon AppStore, from the GetJar Open AppStore, and now on APKToVi Games & Apps. Similarly, Three 'N Out is available in the Amazon AppStore, from the GetJar Open AppStore, and APKToVi Games & Apps.

Back in the 1990's, while working in the area of computer telephony, I became interested in Microsoft's TAPI API, and their implementation of the Unimodem Telephony Service Provider (TSP) for controlling voice modems. It was during this time that I released the EZTapiAPI SDK. The EZTapiAPI was a software library for devloping Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Systems on Windows, with a simple voice modem device. As part of that product's release, I also released a free Windows Caller ID app I called the EZCallerId. For more information, please visit the EZCallerId Product Page.

Although EZTapiAPI SDK is currently not available, I hope to re-release this summer as a ShareWare title. Please let me know if this is something you are interested in.

In addition to supporting my own products and downloads, the PC Phone Connections website continues to be home to the companion code for Chris Sells's book Windows Telephony Programming A Developers Guide to TAPI. Although I haven't looked at this information in many years, and may not be able to give much assistance to those having questions, I continue to maintain the code here on my website. For the companion source code to Chris's book, please click on the following link: Windows Telephony Programming Source Code.




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