Join us in Austin for 2-and-a-half-days jam-packed with workshops and keynote sessions. Discover new trends, explore different technologies, meet industry colleagues, and pick up pro tips to bring back to your own projects.
In this workshop Travis Spencer CEO of Curity and OAuth expert will explore the concepts behind OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect, standards that will define the way the APIs and apps are built the coming decade.
This workshop will introduce you to the concepts and ideas behind OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect, and how they can help to secure your apps and websites.
We have several exciting events planned and we welcome session proposals!
Why Speak at Nordic APIs’ events?
As a volunteer at the Nordic APIs 2020 Austin API Summit you’ll get the chance to meet with international thought leaders and experienced API evangelists! The deal is – Work one day and attend as a guest the next!
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