Shiny Toys Since it was Google I/O, every attendee received some shiny toys: a Nexus phone and Nexus 7 tablet, a Nexus Q streaming media player, and a Chromebox (the ChromeOS version of a Mac Mini). The Nexus Q doesn't really have any impact on IT, and it's an odd system: it costs over 3 … Continue reading Google I/O 2012
I went to my third (of three) Breaking Development Conference in April - this time it was in a biodome in Orlando, FL. Following on from the themes of the previous conferences, a large part of the conference was focused on responsive web design (RWD). RWD was proposed as a widely applicable solution at the … Continue reading Breaking Development, April 2012
My poor little brain is still trying to recover from the Breaking Development Conference (#bdconf), where many of the big names in mobile web crammed it full of statistics, theories and practical experience.
Day 1, April 18th Grouper Working Group Demonstration of improvements in latest version Details of RESTful interface Grouper has a history of group members for audit purposes! uApprove demo given by Russ Beale of USC; metadata driven InCommon Tech Extensive discussion regarding attribute release policies Default release policies for ePPN CIO meeting on Cloud Services, … Continue reading Internet2 MemberMeeting, April 2011
The 11th unconference formerly known as the Internet Identity Workshop (and now known simply as IIW) was held at the Computer History Museum, Nov 2-4. Most of the session notes or presentations are available online. The main topics for sessions I attended at this IIW were Applied user-centric identity: OAuth, OpenID, and OpenID Connect - … Continue reading IIW XI