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Presenting at Great Indian Developer Summit 2012

Readers, I have been blogging quite less lately but really working on bouncing back soon. Meanwhile, I am speaking at the Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) 2012 on Windows Azure Access Control Service Usage Patterns. My session is on 17th April, 10 a.m. IST. Infact, this is my 4th presentation at GIDS conference, having presented at last three. If you are attending the summit, do drop by my session; I am committed to provide maximum ROI on your time investment. Below is the session snapshot

“Access Control Service (ACS) is perhaps the most powerful but least understood aspect of Windows Azure. While developers / architects understand it’s value proposition they are often left confused with surrounding acronyms and buzzwords like Active / Passive federation, SWT, SAML, ADFS, WIF, WS-Trust, WS-Federation, OAuth, OAuth WRAP, etc. This session distills the facts along with the underlying business motivation helping you with your moment on ACS. Having built the initial base session advances to focus on typical usage patterns of Access Control Service within enterprises. These common recurring implementation themes would further simply the mapping of ACS to your LOB applications. Attend this session to walk out with real implementation knowledge on ACS.”

Here’s the presenter billboard (speciality of GIDS 🙂 )

Looking forward to meet you in person…


Your Feedback, My Passion – BLRCTD2010

Had a great time presenting at Community Tech Days. This was the first time I was doing opening session. Normally, I avoid doing it to get some buffer time, in case things go wrong. Nevertheless, it was an awesome experience. Thanks to the audience for making it so early on weekends. Hope the session was worth your time. You can find the presentation and demos here. Demos were largely from AppFabric SDK tweaked to convey a scenario. If you enjoyed the video I got the link from Vittorio’s Blog. Until next time, keep learning & sharing. Love you all 🙂 .