I really like FxCop. But in a debugging session it can be useful to save time by temporarily disabling the code analysis. Sadly there is no *global switch* to turn it off and on again. So here is my approach:
Note to myself…
The Microsoft .NET Framework has a built in licensing technology. It can be found in the namespace System.ComponentModel and System.ComponentModel.Design.
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: