This page lists software and hardware I use on a daily basis.
- MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014) - My main development machine is a MacBook Pro 15” and planning on upgrading in the very near future.
- Dell U-Series 32-Inch Screen LED - Large Dell Monitor with Powered USB-C connection so it is just a single port (with the newer MacBook Pros).
- Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard - I have been using (and upgrading ) the Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard since playing vanilla WoW, so it’s been well over a decade + more.
- Logitech MX Master 3 Wireless Mouse
- Dual Arm Monitor Stand - I have my monitor and laptop mounted on a stand
- Laptop Arm Mount
- Bose Quiet Comfort 35 - I just really like how they fit, they are very comfortable during long term wear.
- CyberPower Power Supply
- Giant Mousepad
- Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 8 60W
- Ubiquiti Unifi Ap-AC Lite
- Ubiquiti UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2
- Yootech Wireless Charger
- IntelliJ Suite – If I am developing code, I am probably using an IntelliJ product..
- Visual Studio Code – If I am browsing code, or looking at a set of files, I may use VSC.
- Sublime Text – A text editor for opening single text files.
- One Dark Theme – Dark theme for the editor
- Firefox Developer Edition – Use Alfred to switch from Google Chrome to Firefox.
- Alfred – Alfred is great, use workflows to enhance. It also comes with a clipboard history manager and tool to store your text snippets.
- Spectacle – The greatest keybinding specific alternative to better touch tool, although I saw this recently is abandoned too… So if anyone knows any alternatives, DM me.
- TablePlus – The not-so-free successor to Sequel Pro. Well, technically it is not a successor, but Sequel Pro as far as I am aware is abandon-ware that has lackluster support on current OS X Versions.
- Little Snitch – Little Snitch is a really nice GUI firewall for Mac. You can use it to monitor your Mac’s networking, and even entirely block network access all together from running applications.
- Fantastical – Nice calendar, although the version 3 upgrade introduced subscription pricing
- iA Writer – I used to use Bear, and I really loved it for a long time. What made me switch to iA Writer was its ability to store your notes in the iCloud Drive filesystem. Actual markdown files that I could back up… Sold. This markdown writing workflow is also a great perk.
- 1Password – Essential….
- Telegram – Secure messaging.
- Dash – Offline software documentation.
- Bartender – Hide running status bar applications.
- Docker – Run anything, then delete it.
- Keeping You Awake – Lighter, open-source Caffeine alternative.
- Gitea – Selfhosted git web ui.
- Fathom Analytics – Lightweight analytics.
- Invoice Ninja – Full featured accounting.
- Kodi – Media Client
- Jellyfin – Media Server.