December 07, 2005

Developer Workshop For Those Interested in Using Identity in Their Services and Tools

The Internet Identity Workshop presents an
Informational Morning for Developers
Hosted by Doc Searls, Mary Hodder and Kaliya Hamlin.

Monday, December 12, 2005 9-12 noon, with lunch from 12-1
Canton Dim Sum @ 655 Folsom St in San Francisco.
Cost $20 for lunch (PLEASE RSVP HERE as the Canton Restaurant has been kind enough to give us the space if we all have lunch there, but we need an accurate count by Sunday at noon).

If you are a developer working on a application that has folks login - this is a morning for you.

Doc Searls will begin the day giving an overview of the identity landscape. He and others will answer the question:

* Why do identity systems matter when building new systems and tools?

We are bringing together a spectrum of folks who have been working on developing identity systems and tools. Identity Developers will share their work, basics and best practices to date to get started exploring integrating identity into these applications. These include YADIS, LID, Open ID, i-names/XRI, SXIP, among others.

Developers of applications who have included identity into their services and tools will share briefly how they've done it. Application developers will hear from and meet with identity developers to ask questions.

Event Info
Detailed Agenda
RSVP here.

Posted by Mary Hodder at December 7, 2005 08:03 AM | TrackBack

What about a post-event podcast of the contents?

I'm in Wisconsin and can't make it to Fulsom Street, but am trying to think about identity in an app that I'm working on.

Posted by: cori schlegel at December 7, 2005 12:26 PM

I second Cori's request. It would be nice to have another resource to reference regarding all this interesting work.

Posted by: Bill Anderson at December 9, 2005 06:47 AM

Cori and Bill,
great idea.. i'm on the phone with doc now and will figure that out.


Posted by: mary hodder at December 9, 2005 02:41 PM