Software I use, hardware I use, and overall cool stuff I use.

Over the years I found what tools and gadgets work for me when it comes to productivity and quality of life. Let me know if you discovered something you like here.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, M2 Max 32GB

    It's a beast. I love it.

  • Some kind of 34 inch ultra wide

    Having to windows next to each other with plenty of space is really nice for anything, but especially for frontend development.

  • Apple Magic Keyboard

    I keep coming back to this one. I tried a bunch of mechanical keyboards, but there's something about the Magic Keyboard that I really like.

  • Apple Magic Trackpad

    Something about all the gestures makes me feel like a wizard with special powers. I really like feeling like a wizard with special powers.

  • Minimaldesksetups Desk Pad

    If I'm going to sit at my desk for most of the day, might as well make it comfortable right?

  • Light bar

    An Amazon basics light bar for some nice indirect light.

  • Bose QC 35 II

    I can wear these all day and they don't hurt my ears. Great noise cancelling and sound too.

Development tools

  • VS Code / Neovim

    I love VS Code and I recently started to use/learn Vim keybindings in VS Code. Vim nerds will probably roll their eyes but I think it's a great way to get started. Now, I'm trying to fully get into Neovim after I had a bunch of issues with VS Code and sluggish performance. Nvchad makes it really easy to get into.

  • iTerm2

    This was part of some setup guide I followed years ago and have been using it ever since.

  • Dracula

    I use the Dracula Pro theme for pretty much everything and that's what I like about it. You get themes for iTerm, Slack, Chrome, VS Code, Vim so that everything looks nice together.

  • TablePlus

    Great software for working with databases. Has saved me from building about a thousand admin interfaces for my various projects over the years. Prisma Studio is great when working locally, but for everything more complex TablePlus is very nice.


  • Raycast

    As a developer myself, it's a delight to see and use great software. Raycast definitely falls within that category. It's a snappy, extensive and feature rich spotlight replacement with a very developer friendly API so that you can easily create your own extensions.

  • Linear

    Linear is magical. The Linear team has managed to make an issue tracking tool that you actually enjoy using. The attention to detail, polish and great design are some of the many things that stand out when using it.

  • Things

    My favourite todo app. I tried many and this one gets simplicity and utility just right, at least for me.

  • Cron

    Not as happy with Cron as I would like to be, but them having a mobile app is a big plus. Cross-calendar blocking is awesome and it "just works". Rise Calendar looks awesome, if they had a mobile app I would give that a try.

  • Obsidian

    My note taking tool of choice. I like the idea of owning my own data, no proprietary formats and being able to have custom extensions.