Garrett Serack worked as an independent software development consultant in Calgary, Canada, for 15 years, with clients in fields such as government, telecom, petroleum, and railways. Joining Microsoft in the fall of 2005 as the Community Program Manager of the Federated Identity team, Garrett has worked with the companies and the Open Source community to build digital identity frameworks, tools, and standards that are shaping the future of Internet commerce and strengthening the fight against fraud. In the summer of 2007, he transitioned to be the Community Lead in the Open Source Software Labs at Microsoft.
Garrett lives in Bothell, Washington, with his fantastic wife, Brandie, and their two amazing daughters Tea and Indyanna. Catch up on CardSpace and begin to learn more about Microsoft Open Source efforts on his blog at http://fearthecowboy.com.
|1.||Understanding Windows CardSpace: An Introduction to the Concepts and Challenges of Digital Identities|