Author Archives: Volodymyr

Christmas Tree Macro Pad

I’ve just built a nice 6-key Christmas Tree mechanical keyboard macro pad, and want to share a bit of a holiday mood with you 😃

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Trackpad in a Keycap for Corne/CrKbd Keyboard

Hey guys, I’m happy to share with you my new project. It’s a Trackpad in a Keycap! I was thinking for a while about a trackpad solution that could be built into a keyboard. And finally decided to build it … Continue reading

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Corne (CrKbd) Keyboard Build

Recently I’ve built a cool new Corne keyboard, and I’d like to share the build process with you guys!

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Building an ErgoDox Keyboard

ErgoDox is an open-source split ergonomic mechanical keyboard. And being open-source means that you can build it completely by yourself! I built an ErgoDox keyboard a few months ago and have been using it full-time ever since. I definitely enjoy … Continue reading

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Two years with Vim

Two years ago I was using Visual Studio Code for my daily tasks, and it was pretty good to me. But then I saw a video from Nick Nisi (vim + tmux) that changed my mind completely. I switched to … Continue reading

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F# Mentorship program

Recently I participated in an F# Mentorship program and want to share some great opportunities that it provided. In this program, mentors and mentees are randomly paired up to work on some projects together for a couple of months. I … Continue reading

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Merging .NET assemblies using GulpJS and ILMerge

It’s possible to merge a few .NET assemblies into one by using the ILMerge utility. This can be helpful if you want to ship your project results in one assembly but internally you still prefer to break the project into … Continue reading

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