Brent Putman

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OpenSAML in Java, security design and code

After a woefully misguided foray into graduate studies of international affairs and the former Soviet Union, Brent began his transformation into a technology geek in the mid 1990s. His introduction into the world of federated security and SAML began at Georgetown as one of the first deployers of the early Shibboleth alpha code for the project’s original campus library pilot in 2002. He formally joined the Shibboleth team in early 2006 as a Java developer and contributed substantially to the development of version 2.x of OpenSAML Java, as well as the Identity Provider.

When not working on Shibboleth, he splits his time at Georgetown amongst a variety of middleware and scholarly systems projects.

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