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Post Corona, Code for America Looks to Join Devs, Civic Techies and Gov Officials To Transform GovOps
While private sector companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, etc. draw closer to perfected digital states, the public sector (government agencies and orgs) are woefully behind. In bringing together developers, civic techies, and government officials, Code for America is hoping to change that.
New Open Web Foundation Licensing Used by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and Facebook to Open Source Standards
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and several other companies (including several startups) have released various specifications and standards as part of the release of a new licensing agreement by the Open Web Foundation (OWF). The newOpen Web Foundation Agreement (OWFa) is a licensing agreement aimed at streamlining innovation by making it easy for a variety of entities to open source standards and specifications in a straightforward and easy manner.
Google introduces Application Default Credentials to streamline authentication across multiple APIs. It is designed to simplify the auth process for apps on Google Cloud Platform.