This morning, the voice in my head begins withÂ ”Self, you’re not a programmer.Â Do you remember that story about the guy whose resume said he had 10 years of C-language programming experience?”
“Yup, I remember, but didn’t it turn out that what he meant to say was that 10 years ago he once programmed in C?”
Voice in my Head:Â “Yes.”
“So what’s your point?”
ViMH:Â “My point is, that if you tell anyone you’re a programmer, then you’re going to be *that* guy.Â So don’t do it.”
“Okay, okay, I get it.”
I’m not a programmer, I’m a business major.Â I’m smart enough to configure Switchvox for anything I want to do, but I wasn’t really sure how I was going to take advantage of any of the new API capabilities in SMB 4.0.Â To find out how difficult it would be to work with, I needed to contrive a problem, and solve it.Â Read on to see what happened.