MIX09: Simplifying Distributed Access Control with Microsoft .NET Services

Posted in Conferences, Frameworks, Companies, Security, Development on April 15, 2009


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Come hear how the Access Control Service capabilities of .NET Services make it easy to add authorization to Web applications. See how to federate with Active Directory and Live Identity Services, request and parse security tokens, and perform session and state management.

Justin Smith

Justin Smith is a Senior Program Manager in the .NET Services team. His focus is on the ‘Access Control’ feature area in Azure Services Platform. An expert on building distributed applications, Justin was a former developer evangelist at Microsoft. He was also a former trainer and consultant at Wintellect where he helped develop the Windows Communication Foundation course for professional developers. Justin regularly speaks at industry and user-group events, including DevWeek and MSDN Code Camp.

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