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I've been developing web applications since 2001, specializing primarily in Microsoft based technologies (ASP.NET, MVC, C#, SharePoint, WCF and Silverlight). While I still leverage these technologies heavily in my day-to-day, I'm quickly becoming addicted to mobile & open-source development using HTML5, jQuery, underscore, knockout & REST.
I've also developed a strong affinity for Agile clean-code practices and extensible design patterns and I'm currently researching mobile cross-device development techniques on Windows Phone, iOS & Android.
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How to use OAuth with Active Directory
Good question and actually you may be providing part of the answer I'm looking for. For intranet applications that already leverage AD, is there any point or benefit to adding a second layer of security such as OAuth? We're new to SOA and REST and are fairly unguided as to how to secure our services.