I want to say that Cleveland Day of .NET was terrific experience for me. Between the excellent presentations and the stimulating conversations, I learned a lot and had a great time. I won't try to list all the folks I should thank, 'cause I'd leave some out, but to everyone who helped put on the event, Thank You and Well Done!
I was gratified by the turnout at my presentation, on "WCF Security", especially considering that we started at 8:30 AM! A copy of the slides and the demo code is available from the Cleveland .NET SIG site. (I've discovered I can't upload the files directly to this blog. I don't pay anything to BlogSpot, so I guess I'm not in a position to complain.) I've also sent the material to DoDN and will post a link to it on their site as soon as it's available.
I've made a bunch of enhancements to the demo code. The service host now has five different endpoints, one for each demo scenario, and the test client calls all five in succession. The demo also includes the two scenarios that I didn't have time to show in the presentation. You're welcome to post comments here or contact me directly if you have any questions or suggestions. I'm also planning to write some more blog posts about WCF Security in coming weeks.