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DevConf.in 2018 is the second free annual community conference sponsored by Red Hat for Developers, System admins, DevOps engineers, Testers, Documentation writers and other contributors to open source technologies. It is a platform for the local FOSS community participants to come together and engage in the knowledge sharing through technical talks, workshops, panel discussions, hackathons and such activities.

When: August 4-5, 2018

Venue: Christ University - Bengaluru, India

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Saturday, August 4 • 11:00am - 11:30am
JS Authentication with Auth0

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This is introductory talk about the JS Authentication, where Viral will discuss about the role that Auth0 authentication plays in modern software development where it is a lot more than just the login screen. You will be able to learn about the different concept about the authentication with JS and In this talk the audience will learned about the different concepts that make up modern identity important for us to be secure, it will also enable people from the different peers technical as well as non-technical enthusiast to take opportunities to rethink of Authentication process of web application.

Speakers
avatar for Viral Parmar

Viral Parmar

Founder & CEO, ComExpo Cyber Security
Founder of Infinite Defense Foundation (NPO), Reps at Mozilla Foundation. Initiator of “LogOut”- World’s Biggest Cyber Awareness Campaign. 3+ years of experience in Information security & Cyber Crime Investigation. Expert in Cyber Crime Investigation, Digital Forensics, Public... Read More →
avatar for Mehul Patel

Mehul Patel

TechSpeaker at Auth0, Mozilla | Engineer at Zimbra, Zimbra | Auth0 | Mozilla
I am a student, web developer, and tech speaker currently living in India. My interests range from technology to innovation. I am also interested in web development, writing, and safe programming.


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