I’ll be attending the upcoming Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) May 18–20, 2009 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The event started in 2005 and has become a staple of the identity community over the past several years, contributing to the emergence of technologies like OpenID and OAuth.
This year’s event promises to continue the conversations begun at the first and second OpenID Design Summits, and will, for the first time, delve into some of the activity streams work with which I’ve been engaged for over a year now.
Through April 1, you can register to receive the early bird rate.
Considering the caliber of folks who will be in attendance and the importance of the work that gets done there, IIW is definitely an event worth attending!
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This looks tremendous. But it’s 5000 km aways and I am already travelling enormously this year! I’ll keep it in mind for next year and good luck (and I will enable OpenID delegation on my site, promised)!