Last year I created this blog with the intention of actually writing something here and there. (Un)fortunately I got quite busy with my bachelor thesis and a job that I landed thanks of it. Luckily I’ve written the thesis in English so in case you’re at least a bit interested in compilers feel free to check it out.
Let’s say you are creating or already have a legacy windows app (Win32, .NET, …) but want to use all the benefits of UWP platform such as store distribution, clean (un)install, and a few more. Luckily for you there’s a way to do it starting with Anniversary Update. You can convert any legacy app either manually or with a Destkop App Converor to an .AppX package and enjoy all the UWP goodies.
They say people in our industry should have blogs and because I’ve never had one I thought I might as well give it a shot. And since jekyll on GitHub is so hot right now and ruby is finally actually manageable under Windows (thanks WSL) I’ve decided to give static blogging a shot.