A picture of Phil. He's smiling.

Phil Nash

is a developer


Phil Nash is a developer advocate for Sonar. Sometimes he writes code on stage in front of a crowd, hoping everything just works. Sometimes he writes open source code, which is much less stressful because if it is wrong someone else can correct it. He writes code in tweets or toots sometimes, but not much fits. He has been known to live code on Twitch and if you're looking for code here, check out the blog.


The latest post from Phil's blog.

Better two factor authentication experiences with WebOTP

Two factor authentication (2FA) is a great way to improve the security of user accounts in an application. It helps protect against common issues with passwords, like users picking easily guessable passwords or reusing the same password across multiple sites. There are different ways to implement two factor authentication, including SMS, using an authenticator application and WebAuthn.

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Phil's upcoming talks.

  1. Mar 28, 2023 - Melbourne, Australia

    Programmable Melbourne


    "The state of passwordless auth on the web"

  2. Mar 30, 2023 - Sydney, Australia

    Programmable Sydney


    "The state of passwordless auth on the web"

See all upcoming and past talks.