As a software developer I know software can contain or contains bugs – that is very likely. I accept that.
I got a bit tired of walking down the directories to manually edit the IIS configuration file. So I wrote this little script to ease up opening the file from 32 and 64 bit Powershell:
Data generation is at best done with tools. Since Visual Studio Data Tools have dropped support there is for instance red gate’s DBA bundle. My current license does not work with Microsoft SQL Server 2014. I need a quick solution to reproduce a scenario with *some more data* in just one table. Which means I already have some data in the table. So I wrote the following TSQL script to help me out. Just clone the Table schema, define the upper limit and multiply the data by running it.
To increase Visual Studio performance several things can be done. One is to configure Windows Defender:
Here are the slides for my session at dotnet cologne:
Here are the slides for my session at .NET Usergroup Rhein/Ruhr:
I really like IPMI so I don’t have to walk to the data center to turn on a machine. But the web interface is so 90s. As I live life on the console I whished I had a command line utility.