WCF is all about services. Its features cover a broad spectrum of functionality - ranging from WS-* based interoperability to URI-centric REST architectures. As a result of these capabilities, there are many configuration "knobs" in the WCF API. These features
and their associated API sometimes leads to confusion, especially when first approaching WCF. Rather than attempt to tunnel into all of the the nuanced capabilities of WCF, this screencast focuses on the high-points of WCF. In just a few minutes (eight I think),
I build a receiving application (service), a sending application (client), and change both several times.
This demo is very similar to the one I normally give in my WCF 101 talks. I've found that this approach helps WCF newcomers focus on the basics. After all, understanding the basics must come before understanding nuances.