Benoit Sarie, my franchouillardest colleague, has written a series of post about WCF Data Services (formerly known as ADO.NET Data Services). It starts off with setting up a WCFDS environment, and quickly delves into pragmatic topics such as querying, intercepting requests and of course consuming the exposed data from a rich client. Since I can never manage to remember syntactic stuff, my favorite post is the one about querying which sums up the some of the most frequently used queries
For those of you who have never heard of WCF Data Services, it is basically a data access layer allowing querying of your data through URIs.
Link: Benoit Sarie’s Blog