Howdy, I’m Daniel. I lead technical product work for Microsoft’s Decentralized Identity initiative. In general, I enjoy developing open platforms that advance the daily lives of users and devs in ethical ways. Before Microsoft, I founded a startup out of college, then spent half a decade fighting for the Web at Mozilla. I’m an outspoken libertarian who is passionate about human freedom and individual liberty.
As for code and standards projects: I created the open source Sidetree DID protocol at the heart of ION (a Layer 2 DID network), previously participated in development of various W3C specs, including Web Components and Web Payments, authored X-Tag (a Web Components library), and continue to work on decentralized identity standards through participation in the Decentralized Identity Foundation and the W3C CCG. You can check out my GitHub profile for more info: csuwildcat on GitHub
Drop me a line at the email address below if you’d like to know more about any of the above, have suggestions for a post, or would like to comment on the blog, and I’ll be sure to get back to you!
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