Rusty Newton

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About the Author

Rusty has been with Digium for over eight years, working on various teams within Digium's Technical Support, Sales and Software Development departments. Prior to joining Digium, he spent more than five years in the Telecom and IT industries, installing, configuring and maintaining legacy PBXs as well as supporting SMB computer networks. He is currently Digium's Asterisk Community Support Manager - responsible for ensuring that Digium’s community services are providing what the community members need, that the systems are operating properly, and that issues and questions are getting the attention they deserve. He works along with David Duffett (our Community Director) at the greater aim of supporting the worldwide Asterisk community in all it's needs.

New Languages for Asterisk Voice Prompts

By Rusty Newton

Asterisk is used to build a wide range of communications applications, including plenty that utilize voice prompts, such as in Interactive Voice Response (IVR) menus. You may already know that

Your Asterisk module is loaded, but is it running?

By Rusty Newton

Often a tiny new feature can be just as exciting as a big one. Well, you should be aware of this tiny new feature in Asterisk Trunk (Asterisk 12 is

Asterisk: Prompts I Wish I Had – Now Available in Asterisk Extra Sounds

By Rusty Newton

I’ve got a surprise for you and it may even be cooler than yesterday’s date (12/12/12 in case you were not paying attention)! You may or may have not heard

Astricon – Will you be there?

By Rusty Newton

AstriCon will soon be here.  As an Asterisk geek of over 6 years, I’m excited! As you may or may not know, my role here at Digium is to work

AstriDevCon this October – Asterisk developers invited!

By Rusty Newton

Greetings! Digium and especially our crew in Software Development invite developers who are interested in the future of Asterisk to join us at AstriDevCon on Monday, Oct 22nd, 2012. AstriDevCon