Since the last
update I did Aaron has put up six more screencasts for you to enjoy.
Learn how to configure Windows Process Activation Service
(WAS) for TCP-based activation, making it possible for you to host your WCF
service in IIS with TCP-based endpoints.
Learn how to configure bindings on your WCF endpoints, which
will allow you to customize the precise communication details you wish to
support on your service.
Learn how to configure your WCF services with behaviors,
which will allow you to customize different aspects of the runtime execution
Learn how to configure your WCF services with Metadata
Exchange (MEX) endpoints – both over HTTP and TCP – allowing consumers to
automatically retrieve metadata from your services at runtime.
Learn how to build a RESTful service with WCF, converting a
previously created WCF service to support a RESTful interface