Friday Jul 04, 2008

OpenSSO Javapolis Video Online at Parleys.com

A few days ago, the good people at JavaPolis (which now seems to be called Javoxx) posted the video for my OpenSSO session from JavaPolis 07 at Parleys.com. Go take a look and see how it compares with the SAML 2.0 session they posted back in February.

Friday Feb 08, 2008

SAML 2.0 Javapolis Video Online at Parleys.com

I just noticed that the video for my Javapolis '07 presentation on SAML 2.0 has gone online at Parleys.com, the BeJUG e-learning site.

Watch and enjoy, and count the number of times I say "um..."

UPDATE 1 (Feb 11 2008) - the link to the video at Parleys appears to be down. I've emailed the Parleys people.

UPDATE 2 (Feb 11 2008) - Stephan says that, somehow, the staging area became visible. Bookmark that link, though - it should be live tomorrow (Feb 12 2008).

UPDATE 3 (Feb 12 2008) - The video is back online. Thanks, Stephen, and the rest of the Parleys.com crew!

Monday Dec 17, 2007

Slides from JavaPolis 2007

OK - one more post in this jetlag-fuelled blogging frenzy...

Here are the slides from my JavaPolis 2007 sessions:

Many thanks to the JavaPolis organizers, in particular Frank Cornelis, for inviting me to speak and making me so welcome at JavaPolis. It was a pleasure and a privilege.

Celebspotting at JavaPolis

A personal highlight of my first trip to JavaPolis last week was meeting Java product marketing goddess Jean Elliott. Here we are backstage (rock and roll!) along with some old geezer that wandered into shot

Thanks for the pic, Jacki! More of Jacki's JavaPolis pics.

Friday Sep 21, 2007

All-New Fall Schedule

I have a packed schedule this fall - well, packed for me, anyway:

First up, next week, is Digital ID World at the Hilton in San Francisco. I'll be there for Sun's reception on Monday evening and the Concordia workshop on Wednesday. The last Concordia workshop, colocated with Burton Catalyst, back in June, gave some great insights into some real-world identity interoperability, with George Fletcher of AOL [PDF], Mike Beach of Boeing [PDF], Jim Heaton of GM [PDF], Ian Bailey of the BC Government [PDF] and Georgia Marsh of GSA [PDF] explaining the interop issues they are facing, as well as some notable successes. This time round, representatives of Chevron, InCommon and the State Services Commission of the New Zealand Government will be presenting. Admission is free - just add yourself to the wiki.

Next month, from October 23rd to 25th, is the Liberty Alliance plenary meeting in Tokyo. The plenary meeting is Liberty members-only, but there is an open workshop day on the Friday. On the packed bill are Roger Sullivan of Oracle, Makoto Hatakeyama of NEC, Paul Madsen of NTT, Prateek Mishra of Oracle, Yukio Itakura of the Institute of Information Security, Colin Wallis of the New Zealand State Services Commission, Ken Ojiri of NTT, Brett McDowell of the Liberty Alliance, Kenji Takahashi of NTT and my good self. I will be presenting an update on open source identity at Sun - OpenSSO, OpenDS and... well, you'll have to wait and see. The event is free - just register here.

November brings my first ever trip to Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 8th, to talk to the Triangle Linux Users Group. They've given me 2 hours (the fools!) to wax lyrical on identity from LDAP to SAML and beyond. Attendance is free and open, so, if you're in the Triangle area, come along. It starts at 7pm and, apparently, there is pizza.

Finally, in December, the good folks at Javapolis in Antwerp have kindly invited me to present 3 sessions - one each on SAML 2.0, Liberty ID-WSF 2.0 and OpenSSO. Hmm - I must submit those abstracts... I'm afraid you have to pay this time, but, at 410 Euros for the entire week (December 10th - 14th), it's great value. Here's the registration page.

So - there you have it - come along to one of the events, say hi, eat pizza and find out about identity, federation and OpenSSO

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