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Solving Single Sign-on

Title: "Solving Single Sign-on" By Patrick Poer and Aaron Stanley King

Description: Today users have too many usernames and passwords.  As developers it’s our job to create a useful application not to worry about authorization.  Thanks to social media, OpenID and Oauth, the user truly has single sign on. Rather than expecting users to store and remember multiple passwords, application can leverage a user relationship with social media sites they know and trust.  In a large enterprise it might be better to keep things in house.  That just means we leverage the same technologies internally and not re-invent the wheel.  In this talk we’ll show you how.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Their was some awesome feedback to our SSO talk tonight. Thank you all very much for having us.

    1 · July 15, 2014

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