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I'm happy to welcome my VeriSign colleage Kiran Dandekar to the Infrablog. Kiran's working with me on the team here that is building infrastructure and tools around open identity. He's become increasingly central on our team and visible in ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 19 Jun 2006 | 0 comments
You're invited to visit and try out a beta version of an identity service we've provided. It's called the VeriSign Personal Identity Provider (“PIP” for short), and you can find it at http://pip.verisignlabs.com . The VeriSign PIP is ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 16 May 2006 | 2 comments
I was at Internet Identity Workshop 2006 last week, and because it is a conference focused solely on the subject of identity, it served as a good opportunity to take stock of the situation. To be sure, a lot of progress has been made in the last ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 12 May 2006 | 0 comments
ActiveRecord gets a significant upgrade (polymorphic joins and bottomless eager loading for example) in the 1.1 release of Ruby On Rails . What's really impressive in this release though, is RJS -- the ability to write your JavaScript ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 31 Mar 2006 | 0 comments
Check out this proposal published by Johannes Ernst of NetMesh. I challenged him a couple weeks ago to apply his skills at developing lightweight, straightforward solutions to the problems presented by XML Digital Signatures, which are too numerous ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 20 Feb 2006 | 0 comments
Dick Hardt and John Merrells of Sxip recently published Fourteen Design Goals for web-based identity systems. As Dick says in his blog entry , these are offered with a nod to Kim Cameron's Seven Laws . I've pulled out the 14 ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 17 Feb 2006 | 0 comments
Matt Mower brings up an issue that has come up a lot for me lately as we look for ways to tackle the problems of comment spam. I've looked at the solution offered by CoComment , and their approach pretty much convinced me that the blog ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 15 Feb 2006 | 0 comments
No sooner do I post about Rails powering the long tail of web apps then do I learn of Google's acquisition of MeasureMap (via DHH's LoudThinking blog). MeasureMap is a Ruby on Rails app, and according to David Heinemeier ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 15 Feb 2006 | 0 comments
My colleague Kiran Dandekar has been doing something I've been doing lately: working with Ruby on Rails applications in the same way others work with PowerPoint, Visio, or Rational Rose. There's often a need to "sketch out" a web ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 15 Feb 2006 | 0 comments
I've been getting great results from my efforts and experiments with Ruby on Rails in the past few months. More on that another time. But a couple projects I've been working on could benefit from the UI Library and Design ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 15 Feb 2006 | 0 comments