I haven’t been working in the SharePoint Server space for the last few months as I was needed on an ASP.NET web site project. Currently I’m working in the Geneva (now Windows Identity Foundation) stack and will be doing other work in the WinFx (mostly WCF) space for a while.
This is a good thing, as using Geneva Server (ADFS 2.0) to implement SSO in SharePoint 2007 and 2010 (unless it’s OOTB) projects will be far more sane, and successful, than with previous approaches.
Depending on how long I’m working on .NET 3.5/4.0 plumbing, the time I spend reverse engineering SharePoint 2010 (and Blogging about it) will vary. The list of features for the 2010 release is impressive, but being the skeptic I am, I’ll be focusing on whatever new issues appear in the platform, VS 2010 support and SharePoint Designer 2010.