The tools that power my daily life as a software engineer.
- Tom Bihn Synapse 25 - A solid water resistant bag. The lack of an internal frame is an aquired taste, but really useful where you’re in a cramped airplane seat. Fits all the items below and some more.
- Desktop - Mid-tier linux box that does a great job at dealing with development load than my laptop.
- 13-inch 2017 Macbook Pro - 🤷♂️ at least there’s no touchbar.
- Pixel 3 - Great camera, great size does the job for me.
- 9.7” iPad Pro with the Apple Pencil - It’s a bit old but runs the latest iOS and the battery still works. I primarily use it for note-taking.
- Bose QC35 - Best travel headphones by far. Dare I say it is quite comfortable.
- RHA Trueconnect - For when headphones are not practical.
- Victorinox Zip-Around wallet - Really useful if you travel around (quite a few countries in Europe are not card-friendly).
- Logitech MX Master - I really dig the multi-device support and quick-switching.
- Anker PowerCore Speed 20000 PD - Amazingly portable charger from Anker supports Power Delivery, can even charge my laptop when I’m not actively using it.
- 1Password - Nifty password-manager, syncs with Dropbox.
- Visual Studio Code - I spend most of my day here.
- Alfred - Superfast app launcher and custom workflow executor.
- Xcode - SwiftUI.
- Dash - Lookup documention quickly.
- Toggl - Gotta track that ⏰.
- Things - Best task-manager bar none.
- podcst.app - Great podcast client for the web 😉.
- iTerm2 - Superfast terminal for the macOS.
- zsh - oh my zsh is life.
- neovim - For when I need something faster than a web-browser.
- fzf - Fuzzy anything is a win my books.
- ripgrep - A better grep.
- jq - JSON processor for your cli.
- autojump - Fuzzy file system jumper.
- now - Crazy simple serverless cli.
- omz git plugin - deserves an entry of its own, they’re that good.