License 2: InDoor Architect's Professional License

This is one of three InDoor Facilities Professional Licenses, signatures from all three of which are required to render an InDoor facility habitable.

Before an InDoor space can be inhabited, it must carry a digital certificate known as an Occupancy Permit. The Occupancy Permit, in turn, must be signed by a Professional Architect (ie app designer), a Professional Contractor (ie coder), and a Professional Building Inspector (ie code auditor). All code that runs indoor spaces must be signed by a professionally licensed InDoor Architect, who stands to lose his or her license if subsequently there are significant problems with the security of the design.

If you have a track record of reliability in secure app design, ask about qualifications for the Architect’s Professional License.