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OAuth/OIDC: Under the hood of social login (e.g. Google/Facebook)
You may have used your Google or Facebook account to login into a third-party website (e.g. Stack Overflow) where social login happens without user having to expose their credentials to third-party. Music apps on mobile devices are able to post updates to your Facebook account once user has given permission to the app. Modern application development is composed of micro-services and APIs that need to be secured for consumption by web/mobile apps. OAuth and Open ID Connect (OIDC) is an underlying technology which powers these use cases. Bio: Gladwin Burboz has a Masters in Computer Science and is a Java developer with more than a decade of experience in web application development across wide variety of business domains and organizations.

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This is a social networking group for NYC area Java developers, managers, recruiters, basically anyone with an interest in Java technologies. We feature technical presentations. Feel free to bring a presentation, a demo, flyers, make an announcement or ask questions. We usually adjourn to a nearby bar afterwards

The NYC Java Study Groups JUG is the sponsor of the NYC Java Meetup and it's traditional monthly general meetings (for over 22 years) and the NYC Java Monthly Meetup are now one in the same. Study groups include: the Java Mobile study group (featuring the http://skylight1.googlecode.com open source project) as well as Java certification, Design Patterns / JEE (study groups on hiatus if interested contact organizer) To learn more visit: http://nycjava.net

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