Anders Abel

Identity & Access Control Consultant | Microsoft MVP

Anders Abel is an independent senior .NET developer in Stockholm. He has been programming since he was 9 and still thinks it’s tremendously fun. He works both as an architect on a strategic level and with hands on coding (and debugging). Anders is a relentless learner that always takes the chance to get to know more. He regularly shares his knowledge as a speaker, at Stack Overflow, on his blog Passion for Coding, is an active Open Source Maintainer and a Microsoft MVP.


Blog: coding.abel.nu/

My Sessions

There’s an IdentityServer in my API project


Finally, it looks like API security in ASP.NET will be simple, yet extensible out of the Visual Studio Box. With .NET Core 3, IdentityServer4 is included right in the templates. The default configuration is convention based and only requires a couple of lines of code to work. Yet it is the same powerful flexible IdentityServer […]

.NET Security Web and Frontend

Workshop: ASP.NET Authentication and Authorization


A full day, hands on workshop on Authentication and Authorization in ASP.NET Core. We will explore and try out the authentication and authorization components offered in ASP.NET Core: Cookies, id tokens and access tokens – an overview. The ASP.NET Core authentication system with authenticate, challenge, signin and signout schemes. The ASP.NET Identity template with external […]