A MSDN Nugget, is a webcast that takes you step-by-step to discovering new functionality or exploring a hot developer topic, all in 10-15 minutes.
Those nuggets are perfect for a guy like me that should be updated with all new technologies, but has no time for it all.
So, if you also don't have the time to read a 10-page how-to article or watch a full length webcast, just download an MSDN nugget and catch up.
Recent WCF Nuggets:
Windows Communication Foundation: Auditing – The WCF has facilities for auditing message authentication operations and service authorisation operations. In this session we'll look at how we can configure those facilities.
Windows Communication Foundation: Authorisation – In this session we'll look at some basic mechanisms for authorising access to service operations that the WCF offers.
Windows Communication Foundation: HTTPS Transport Security – The WCF provides transfer security for messages either by relying on the transport or by using message level mechanisms. In this session we'll look at using HTTPS at the transport layer to provide integrity, privacy and authentication for messages in transit
Windows Communication Foundation: Message Security – The WCF provides transfer security for messages either by relying on the transport or by using message level mechanisms. In this session we'll look at using message security in order to perform authentication and provide privacy and integrity for messages.
Windows Communication Foundation: Transactions – The WCF has facilities for coordinating work done by multiple pieces of software under a single atomic transaction. In this session we'll look at getting that set up and working.
And many more…
You can download MSDN nuggets from here.