Building an application with the Security Incubator codebase

Matt Flaherty (IBM Lotus), Eric W Li (IBM Lotus)

Eclipse As A Platform · Tutorial

Monday, 16:00, 2 hours | Room 211 | Download in iCal Format

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Matt Flaherty

This tutorial will cover the concepts being developed in the Security incubator. We will discuss such areas as signed bundles, signature policies, as well as creating an RCP application that requires login before a user can interact with it. We will also cover forward reaching concepts such as Java2 permissions.

Matt Flaherty is a Project Lead for security on Lotus Notes, and the lead on the Equinox incubator security project. He has 10 years of experience working on security development and architecture across several product in the Lotus portfolio, including both the Notes client and the Domino server. His interests include security, identity management, and open source as it relates to both development processes and business models. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Syracuse University, and is currently working towards an MS in Engineering and Management from MIT. Contact info on Linkedin profile

Eric W Li is part of the Infrastructure Security team for the Lotus Notes client while helping out with the Eclipse security (Equinox-Incubator Committer).

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