A curated list of educational resources
Everyone's got to start somewhere! Whether you're new to DIF, new to decentralized identity, new to identity tech, or new to open standards, these are good starting points for on-boarding and educating yourself or your team.
Decentralized Identity FAQ This is the DIF’s general-purpose knowledgebase, which aims to help people at all levels of familiarity with our problem space quickly level-set and find the most useful links and ideas as they explore the space.
Recording of Transmute CEO Karyl Fowler and Spruce Open Source Yenta Juan Caballero presenting a 60-minute "SSI 101" session at #IIW31 with extensive Q&A
Clickable Glossary slide from the above presentation, October 2020.
Architectural Stack & Community Efforts Overview (aka "the three stacks diagram") Rouven Heck's interpretation of the spec landscape mapped onto layers 1-3 of the ToIP mental model, across the W3C-centric, Hyperledger, and DIF communities. v1 on github, Sept 2020
DIF's New Members (or those considering DIF membership) are warmly welcomed to familiarize themselves with the current work of the DIF groups by attending monthyl All-hands report out calls (every other week at 11am Eastern Time), overview past work by reading through the archives of the monthly newsletter, and peruse the by-laws and member resources on our Organizational resources a repo on github.
Educational resources from our members
If you would notice an out-of-date link or would like to suggest a resource, please email Communication at DIF.
Identosphere.net's Blog Aggregator and Newsletter projects, by Infominer and Kaliya Young
Various link-lists and resources by Nader Helmy (Mattr.Global)
DIF's Medium Blog
News about our work and insights from our members on their efforts to build the decentralized identity ecosystem.