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Caveats with the runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests in IIS 7/8



IIS 7 and 8 support using Managed Modules to handle access to all IIS request content which is very powerful. But sometimes you actually want to not handle non-ASP.NET content and it's not very obvious how to minimize access to non-ASP.NET requests in managed modules.

Dynamic Code for type casting Generic Types 'generically' in C#



Here's a short entry on how dynamic can be a life saver when you can't cast a type between multiple objects, specifically when the object in question is a generic type without a common base type to cast to.

A tiny Utility to recycle an IIS Application Pool



Here's a small console app to recycle an Application Pool which seems to be something I've needed to do repeatedly in the past.
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