A (fiscal) year in review

It’s that time of the year again: the end of June marks the end of the fiscal year, and for us it’s time to reflect on what we’ve done in the past 12 months. Vast majority of the things I’ve done are internal-only or with high profile customers that can’t be mentioned publicly until their…

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Silverlight [WPF/E] and Windows CardSpace or plugging RIA in the Identity Metasystem

[Edit: Added Silverlight SxS con WPF/E]  In short: this is a tutorial on invoking Cardspace from a Sliverlight [WPF/E] control and how to use Silverlight [WPF/E] for showing data from a token. So easy that a long haired architect can do it 🙂Silverlight [WPF/E] is Microsoft’s technology for developing rich internet applications, but it is also going to be CROSS PLATFORM (the…

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Otto Store: walking through the CardSpace experience

If you are watching the Card-space,  I’m sure you didn’t miss it: the Otto Store smart client application, announced during TechEd Europe and VSLive, is now up and running. You can download and install it from there . This news is relevant to this blog in different ways. The Otto store is the first application…

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UniqueID maintenance in the store

The comments to my blog stopped working. I am working on it, but in the meanwhile here there’s the answer to a comment left by Matt to my former post on PPID vs UniqueID. Monday, January 15, 2007 6:55 AM by Matt Ellis # re: UniqueID and PPID Hi Vittorio.I’m wondering what happens if the IP’s…

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Using Simple STS and managed cards with the simple WPF sample

Well, what a alliterative title 🙂 I’ve been asked in several occasions how to use managed cards, and specifically the simple STS sample, together with the surprisingly popular WPF smartclient sample. It is not especially difficult: few changes in the configuration and you’re all set. The only nuisances arise from the fact that when you set up…

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Gartner healthcare summit, WiFi on planes, WPF WCF & caching CardSpace tokens, Vista, Id World... and neurotransmitters

Well, what a week 🙂 Monday and Tuesdsay, @ S.Diego for the Gartner Healthcare Summit. Ben Flock (mighty PSA!), Chris Henchey (COO & Cofounder of Choicelinx) and I presented a case study about cross entity authentication in Healthcare. The session was largely based on the learnings derived from a WCF early adoption project we had…

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Using Windows CardSpace for securing a WPF smartclient, in WCF & token caching sauce

Hello everybody. It’s some time that I have this sample in the buffer: I am publishing now in a rush, since this sundaly I leave for 2 weeks in EU for some nice CardSpace briefings here and there. I won’t be on mail very much, so I hope you will hold most questions for when…

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