Office Hours for Developers: Upcoming topics

Thank you for being part of the Microsoft Identity team's office hours for developers ( link to announcement). We are pleased to see the response and the feedback you have provided.  The Office Hours will continue to run every other Thursday morning at 9am PST, the recordings will be available on YouTube, so you’ll never have to miss one. 


Schedule of topics:

Apr 19th: Best practices in complex Auth scenarios 

       For e.g.: where users and servers are authenticating to the same web APIs


May 3rd: Microsoft Consent and Permissions framework 

  1. Best practice for the allocation of GraphAPI permissions to Application registrations and any governance concerns.
  2. Designing the application permissions around an enterprise application.

May 17th: Building Xamarin solutions with authentication and Microsoft Graph ( We will be taking questions related to the Microsoft Build video on this topic)


May 31st:  Microsoft Graph Extensibility. Learn how to add custom data to Microsoft Graph. ( We will be taking questions related to the Microsoft Build video on this topic)


June 14th: Managed Service Identity. Learn about this feature from Arturo Lucatero, PM on Azure Identity team.


June 28th: Add Authentication to Web App and Web APIs with Azure AD


Jul 12th: Migrating your apps from v1 to v2 endpoint


Jul 26th: B2C for developers


Aug 9th : Implement Authorization in your apps using Application Roles and Security Groups


Aug 23rd : B2C for developers -part 2 ( includes how to setup custom policies )



Save the event to your calendar or join the conversation directly by clicking here. Please continue to submit your questions for consideration in future community calls for developers. Please note that this is not a support channel. Please continue to use stack overflow for how-to and support related questions.



1 Comment

I have been unable to join the meetings with Skype for Business. The link provided tries downloads an MSI file that pops up this warning.  Note: I have, and am signed into Skype4Busienss, so don't even want to install the webapp. Can you please fix the link so Office 365 customers with Skype For Business can connect directly.


Below is the popup from the MSI that tries to install when you clear browser cache and then click on https://aka.ms/idcall