Things I Use
- Visual Studio Code, but I'm also a big fan of JetBrains IDEs like Rider.
- I use the Plastic Legacy - deprioritized punctuation color theme, with a few minor tweaks.
- I have tried every monospace font under the sun (seriously), and have been using Hack for quite some time. Before that, I used a customized version of Input for a while.
- My current choice of terminal is Warp, and it's amazing.
- Google Chrome for most things. Firefox and Safari for testing.
- VoiceOver for testing screen reader accessibility. I prefer NV Access, but unfortunately it hasn't been ported to MacOS.
- Raycast, a "blazingly fast, totally extendable launcher".
- Notion for all manners of note-taking.
- Karabiner-Elements for custom keyboard mappings.
- Mac Mouse Fix for mapping my mouse buttons to switch desktops
- LICEcap for screen captures.
- Google Meet for video meetings.
- Slack and Discord for collaboration.
- 2021 M1 MacBook Pro 14" most of the time, MSI Pulse GL66 when I need a PC.
- Logitech G613 keyboard at home. It hits all the marks for me: switches feel great for typing, attached wrist rest, macro keys, multimedia keys. The only downsides: it's not wired, and I wish it was tenkeyless.
- NuPhy Air 75 keyboard at work.
- Logitech MX Master 3S for Mac mouse.
- 32" Samsung U32J590, usually split vertically with my IDE on the left and browser on the right.
- Sony WH-1000XM3 noise cancelling headphones for when I need to focus or listen to music.
- 1st generation Apple AirPods Pro for meetings.
- Apple iPhone 13 Pro
- 7th generation Apple iPad