No, it's not a thinly-veiled commercial to buy a specific brand of soap. If you have followed the tutorials along this far, then it is likely that you are a superior voice application developer by this time. Chances are, you have probably called our Support Team and had them spend some time helping you along as well.
So we figure that you owe us, baby.
Any nifty tricks that you may have discovered in the VoiceXML markup, or any cool code samples that can help others, we would like to add to the documentation in order to help others out. So Share the Love, Spread The Word, Pick Your Idiom...send us some cool code, some neat-o techniques, and include your name within the <meta> tag so that other developers will know how smart you are.
What if I don't have any code to share?
That's okay, you can still help. If there is a topic that you would like to see covered, or one that isn't covered enough, then let us know. But nothing in this world is free; you need to let us know why any particular topic in our documentation is lacking, and what you think would be a better solution. That's right, we actually want to know what your opinion is. Try finding that sort of validation elsewhere, I dare you.
So what are you waiting for, a gold-plated invitation?
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