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Event Date: June 23, 2010

Registration: 17:30

Event Time: 18:00 – 20:00

Event Location:
Microsoft Corporation
12012 Sunset Hills Road
Reston, VA 20190
(703) 673-7600

Speaker for tonight's presentation

Joel Reyes, Senior Developer Evangelist, Microsoft

Background

Windows Identity Foundation helps .NET developers build claims-aware applications that externalize user authentication from the application, improving developer productivity, enhancing application security, and enabling interoperability. Developers can enjoy greater productivity, using a single simplified identity model based on claims. They can create more secure applications with a single user access model, reducing custom implementations and enabling end users to securely access applications via on-premises software as well as cloud services. Finally, they can enjoy greater flexibility in application development through built-in interoperability that allows users, applications, systems and other resources to communicate via claims.

 

During this developers’ dinner we will explore the Claims-Based Identity capabilities offer by Windows, Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation and its integration into AD Federation Services v2 and the Azure platform.

What you will learn

Join Joel Reyes in this session over dinner for a comprehensive, developer focused overview of:

·         Windows Identity Foundation for .NET developers

·         The Claims-Based Identity for Windows and its integration into AD Federation Services v2 and the Azure platform

 

Who Should Attend

Developers, Architects, Web Designers and technical managers who wish to get an early look at the next advancement in Software Development.  

 

Attend this event for your chance to win a Zune HD!  Zune HD will be raffled at the conclusion of the dinner.

 

Notice to all Public Sector Employees: Due to government gift and ethics laws and Microsoft policy, government employees (including military and employees of public education institutions) are not eligible to participate in the raffle.