- WIF Tools for Visual Studio 11 Part I: Using The Local Development STS
- WIF Tools for Visual Studio 11 Part II: Manipulating Common WIF Settings From the UI
- WIF Tools for Visual Studio 11 Part III: Connecting With a Business STS (e.g. ADFS2)
- WIF Tools for Visual Studio 11 Part IV: Get an F5 Experience with ACS2
On the blog, you'll also find that the Identity team is hiring. I just checked the list of open positions at Microsoft, and they have 35 (!) open positions on their identity page. I expect we'll see more cool stuff from the identity team in the future!
If you're a .NET developer, now is the time to get on the WIF train. WIF will be an integral part of the .NET framework as of version 4.5, which is currently in beta (for those of us who went all-in on WIF last year, this is quite a relief).