A session at NFJS Greater Wisconsin Software Symposium

Saturday 12th March, 2016

10:00am to 11:30am (CST)

Learning to Trust in a distributed system is a complex and harrowing process. By combining the notions of Identity and Secrecy we can build protocols that help us achieve it.

Technologies don't magically become solutions. They are used within domain, design and deployment contexts. This talk will focus on the singular notion of Trust and how it cross-cuts the distributed systems we are building.

This talk will focus on a variety of standards and technologies that help us connect the worlds of Identity, Secrecy and Integration. We will look at technologies that benefit from open standards to allow us to make and verify claims that strengthen our ability to Trust. This will also include a look at the Distributed Trust models such as Blockchain-based transactions and platforms that build upon them.

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Brian Sletten

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Time 10:00am11:30am CST

Date Sat 12th March 2016

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  • Resource-Oriented Architecture Patterns for Webs of Data
  • Beautiful Architecture

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