Eran Hammer-Lahav is an active standards developer and open web advocate, working for Yahoo! as Sled.com project lead. Most recently was the lead author and editor of the OAuth specifications. Previously, founder of Nouncer, an startup building social content distribution technologies, focused on scalability and performance. Prior to Nouncer, Eran headed software development for financial institutions, and managed tech for political and governmental organizations with focus on social networks.
In 1994 Eran founded â€˜A Different Stageâ€™, one of the first online publisher for short prose. Eran attended Tel Aviv University Film School and, is an avid farmer, and the owner of three emus all named Kevin.
Sr. Architect, Mobile Platform
2011 - Current (almost 6 years)
|Jul 27, 2012||CNet - OAuth 2.0 leader resigns, says standard is 'bad' - CNET|
|Jan 9, 2011||TechCrunch - Daniel Raffel's Favorite New Geek Stuff Of 2010|
|Sep 23, 2010||Techworld - OAuth 2.0 API security tool used by Facebook too easy to crack|
|Sep 2, 2010||Ars Technica - Compromising Twitter’s OAuth security system|
|May 27, 2010||Gigaom - Should Open Web Advocates Stay Independent?|
|Apr 26, 2010||TechWeek Europe - Authorisation: Why Social Media Needs OAuth|
|Apr 24, 2009||Wired News - OAuth Security Exploit Tests Limits of Open Web Standards|
|Apr 22, 2009||CNet - Security flaw leads Twitter, others to pull OAuth support - CNET|