As a .net developer that has recently spent over a year helping to design and build a SCSF winforms application, I have been looking to branch out into different techniques and technologies to improve my skill set. With Visual Studio 2010 coming out, the latest support for WPF and a push, by Microsoft, toward its advancement in the development community, I am intrigued to say the least to check it out. I do not consider myself a UI designer, and lack the artistic skills to become one, so learning WPF seems like a daunting task.
I did find the following website to help with my desire to learn WPF: www.wpftutorial.net. There is a great Getting Started section which will get you on your way to understanding the basics. From learning XAML and basic MVVM concepts, the tutorial is presented in an easy-to-understand format. There is also plenty of information that advanced users may find useful.
Stay tuned for additional info as I learn WPF.