Friday Hacks #219: Zero Knowledge Secret Sharing and Two Weeks Too Slow
Posted on by Simon Julian Lauw
Date/Time: Friday, March 18 2022 19:00 +0800
Venue: LT 15 @ AS6 & Online on Zoom (Hybrid)
YouTube Recording: : https://youtu.be/549zbirMPUg
1) Zero Knowledge Secret Sharing: Securely Digitizing the Singapore Government
Identity systems are built by the Singapore government using end-to-end encryption designs to minimize security and privacy risks. We will walk through the use cases, system architectures, and protocols that we are currently using.
Hongyi leads an experimental team of engineers, designers, and product managers who build technology for the public good.
2) Two Weeks Too Slow
At Gordian, we do three-day sprints (called “Plans”). In this talk I will cover how we plan our work, how we came up with our process and how you can come up with your own unique ways of working that give you a competitive advantage
Joe has been passionate about making travel more efficient for 15 years. His background includes being an early employee at Skyscanner going on to lead airline integrations, APIs, and white labels for them.