With all the options out there, creating a voice and chatbot today can be a daunting decision. In this course, you'll take the stress out of figuring it all out by learning how to build a cross-channel conversational bot that works everywhere.
Do you know how to build a chatbot or a voice interface? Amazon Echo or Google Home? Facebook Messenger or Slack bot? How about all of the above and more? In this course, Creating Voice and Chatbots That Work Everywhere, you'll learn how to build a single conversational interface in C# and the .NET Web API framework that works across all chat and voice channels from Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana, Slack, Facebook Messenger, SMS, and many others. First, you'll explore the overall landscape and conversational flow design concepts. Next, you'll dive into intents and intent handling. Finally, you'll discover advanced debugging techniques using Remote Debugger. When you're finished with this course, you'll not only have a clear understanding of how you can deploy bots across multiple voice and chat channels, but you'll also have a fully functional bot prototype that you can continue to grow and evolve.
Walter Quesada is a Software Engineer and Experience Technologist with over 20 years architecting and developing solutions for SMB's to Fortune 500 companies. Although primarily focused on architecting and programming .NET/C# applications, he enjoys some C++, Objective-C, Python, node.js, and Java fun from time to time.
Course Overview Hello, I'm Walter Quesada, and welcome to my course, Creating Voice and Chatbots That Work Everywhere. As an Amazon Alexa champion and a conversational interfaces advocate, I'm here to show you how to create a single bot that works across multiple channels seamlessly. Let's face it, voice and chatbots are everywhere these days from Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana, to chatbots on Slack, Facebook Messenger, and even on SMS. In this course, we're going to design and build a bot in C# and a. NET Web API framework, and you won't even need any natural language understanding or artificial intelligence experience to pull it off. Some of the major topics that we will cover include conversational interface design, creating Amazon Alexa Skills, the Microsoft Bot Framework, API. AI integrations, now called Dialogflow, as well as some advanced debugging techniques via Remote Debugger. By the end of this course, you will not only have a clear understanding of how to deploy a bot across multiple voice and chat channels, but you will also have a fully functional bot prototype that you can continue to grow and evolve. So I hope you will join me on this incredible journey to learn all about conversational interfaces with the Creating Voice and Chatbots That Work Everywhere course, at Pluralsight.