Ansible Control Machine on Windows


The post describes how to easily run Ansible on Windows without docker, VirtualBox or Hyper-V. The approach utilizes Linux through Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) available in Windows 10.

Software versioning in Windows and .NET

My new article about product versions was published. Feel free to read. It explains different kinds of versions, and approaches how to use and implement them. Additionally, my own experience of implementing versioning in my current project.

Setting up system-wide hotkeys

You can see examples of global system-wide hotkeys almost in every application: media players, chats, different tray tools. The application can be minimized or even hidden, but you can control it by pressing hotkeys no matter what is in focus right now.

Unfortunately, .NET Framework doesn't contain convenient classes or methods for setting up global system-wide hotkeys. The only way to achieve this is to use the Windows API functions.