Building a Better Web
June 11–12, 2018: Training
June 12–14, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA
Michael Swieton

Michael Swieton
Software Developer, Atomic Object

Website | @swieton

Michael Swieton is a software developer at Atomic Object. For more than decade Michael has written, tweaked, bent, and broken code into the shape of software of all sorts for many industries. He obsesses over details, lines, and patterns and enjoys peeking under the hood of everything, be it math, or software, or coffee, or cake. He travels regularly and seeks out adventures ranging from theatre and culture to altitude sickness. He’s a frequent speaker at conferences and meetups, including RailsConf, Windy City Rails, SyntaxCon, BeerCityCode, and GLSEC.


11:00am–11:40am Thursday, June 14, 2018
Location: 212 A/B
Secondary topics:  Best practice, Technical, Web Pillars Track: Performance, Security, Accessibility
Michael Swieton (Atomic Object)
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Michael Swieton explores how the cryptographic ecosystem—which includes tools such as public key cryptography, signatures, password hashes, key exchange, and stream ciphers—provides security for our applications and explains how these tools come together to enable user-visible functionality like secure sessions, user authentication, and single sign-ons. Read more.