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Naveen Agarwal
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When I watched "Code: Debugging the gender gap".. I was surprised to find out that in 90s and later the gap increased. #diversity #inclusion

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Going beyond "Login with Google", we can now assist all the user with Signup/signing into apps with Google Smart lock. It can remember how a user signed into an app and on the next device automatically sign you in. The best part is the signup for a new account becomes very easy as you can get an id_token for the user (asserted email address) that removes the need to do an out of band email verification. You can also reduce bad accounts and cracking with these.
Feel free to ask me questions and let us know how we can be of help.

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This study (in baboons) in some ways better explains the rise of pertussis. There are two types of pertussis vaccines, whole-cell and acellular. US has been using acelluar one for a while.
"Animals that received an acellular pertussis vaccine had the bacteria in their airways for up to six weeks and were able to spread the infection to unvaccinated"

The best part ..
"In response to concerns about the side effects of the whole cell pertussis vaccine, acellular vaccines were developed and replaced the use of whole-cell pertussis vaccines in the U.S. and other countries in the 1990s; however, whole-cell pertussis vaccines are still used in many other countries."
So people who were born earlier have gotten the whole-cell kind.

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If we only had electric cars and someone introduced a gas powered car, this is how we would probably see it.

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Most of the OAuth2 tokens issued by us used to remain valid after a user changed the password on their account. IMAP/POP clients used to stop working as they used the password. Now that a good amount  IMAP/POP have moved to OAuth (from password), it made sense to to revoke the "Mail" and related scope tokens when a user changes the password.

This shouldn't impact most of the developers as all the apps should handle revoked tokens but it is good to be aware.

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Most of the OAuth2 tokens issued by us used to remain valid after a user changed the password on their account. IMAP/POP clients used to stop working as they used the password. Now that a good amount  IMAP/POP have moved to OAuth (from password), it made sense to to revoke the "Mail" and related scope tokens when a user changes the password.

This shouldn't impact most of the developers as all the apps should handle revoked tokens but it is good to be aware.

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Most of the OAuth2 tokens issued by us used to remain valid after a user changed the password on their account. IMAP/POP clients used to stop working as they changed the password. Now that a good amount of  IMAP/POP have moved to OAuth (from password), it made sense to to revoke the "Mail" and related scope tokens when a user changes the password.

This shouldn't impact most of the developers as all the apps should handle revoked tokens but it is good to be aware.

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We have been trying to change the scary approval pages for simple operation like Sign-in where the user is only giving the application an asserted email address and link to public profile. The Account chooser model is a much better and more intuitive approach for a user to signal that they want to use that account to sign-in.

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We have been trying to change the scary approval pages for simple operation like Sign-in where the user is only giving the application an asserted email address and link to public profile. The Account chooser model is a much better and more intuitive approach for a user to signal that they want to use that account to sign-in.
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