Last time I was in Poland was 2006 for the Microsoft Technical Summit. This years October I was invited by the amazing Maciej Pilecki and his company DataMaster who organize the .NET Developer Days Poland.
It felt great to be and speak at Basta! again. Thanks to the organization and the audience.
It had been ten years ago, since I was the last time in the Ukraine. Back then in Kiew I held an architects workshop together with Michael teaching Service Oriented Architectures with the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow (WF). I can remember that I lost my luggage (bad) and the nice people, good questions and superb feedback we received (definitely good).
The new framework version is out. As with every new release it seems to me that the search indexes on Microsoft downloads have not been rebuilt yet. So I abuse this blog post and note the download links to myself…
Code snippets can be helpful. Otherwise the can lead to code duplicates – so use them with wisely.
Get the public key for the InternalsVisibleTo attribute from a string name key pair file:
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: