Posted: March 5th, 2009 | Author: Tim | Filed under: culture, hustle | Tags: aac09, ignite orlando, oauth | 3 Comments »
Last night, we had Ignite Orlando. For those of you who don’t know, an Ignite event consists of presentations, 20 slides, 15 seconds per slide = 5 minute presentations.
I re-presented some of my AAC09 Oauth talk. It was a lot of fun — the presentation format is cool. Everyone seemed to dig the presentation, the XKCD rip off, and the picture of Angelina Jolie (You’ll have to see one of my presentations to find out.)
Adam Wiggall was on hand taking pictures, here’s the links:
Posted: February 13th, 2009 | Author: Tim | Filed under: hustle, tips | Tags: aac2009, cloudspace, oauth, presentation | 1 Comment »
I’m on the internet! Talking about OAuth!
Posted: December 21st, 2008 | Author: Tim | Filed under: coding, firefox extensions, hustle | Tags: actsasconference, acts_as_conference, oauth, presentation | 1 Comment »
Hey kids! Guess who’s presenting at Acts as Conference, 2009! These guys! Also, some guy with a big nose.
I’m giving a talk on OAuth, the greatest way to protect your APIs while keeping your users secure. Simple, easy, fun, and it might even get you laid. The amazing, spectacular, splendiforous OAuth! Yea. It’s gonna be that good.
And now, for the official marketing:
Acts as Conference 2009 is a two-day Rails conference that will make you a more competitive Rails developer by learning from those driving the innovation that is fueling the Rails community. Held February 6th and 7th in Orlando, Florida, Acts as Conference features a great speaker lineup, free food, a chance to meet with Rails innovators, and a live via video Q&A session with David Heinemeier Hansson. At $125 dollars and limited to 175 attendees, the conference will sell out fast, perhaps faster than last year. Register today at http://www.actsasconference.com. See you there!