In a search to find if my C# 6.0 code can target .Net 4.5, I’ve found an interesting post about string interpolation internals and how to customize it. For example, a custom IFormatProvider can be used to Uri.EscapeDataString interpoled strings.
Source: Customizing string interpolation in C# 6 » Thomas Levesque’s .NET blog
Apparently, MSDN’s documentation about FormattableString Class is wrong: FormattableString is only .Net 4.6 and not .Net 4.5 stuff.
Two ways to enhance properties with a reactive mind to allow composition:
First Skylake processors don’t have SGX technologie and intel is almost silently adding this feature in an upcoming “Product Change Notification” 114074 – 00.
Source: Intel alters design of ‘Skylake’ processors to enhance security | KitGuru
Intel document is here list of inpacted processor is also included.
3 posts about dynamically filtering and highlighting into a ListBox (first, second, third).
The really interesting third part is Highlighting where event LayoutUpdated is handled on ListBox to update highlight.
WIMBoost is an interesting solution for Windows 8 but Windows 10 comes with a simpler one:
Source: Windows 10: Reducing the disk footprint – Michael Niehaus’ Windows and Office deployment ramblings – Site Home – TechNet Blogs