Here’s an extensive list of hardware and software I use every day and other things I recommend.
I love this dark theme. I use it in VSCode, Warp, Telegram, Slack, etc.
Great monospaced font. It's easier to read and has ligatures.
The code completion is impressive. It helps you code faster, write tests and learn new things.
Visual Studio Code
After using Sublime for many years, I moved to VSCode like everybody else. It's fast, lightweight, and has a lot of extensions.
Best calendar app for Mac and mobile.
I use this app to clean my Mac. It shows the size of each folder and files in your Mac.
I prefer Dashlane over LastPass or 1Password for my password manager. It has, by far, better UI and UX.
I prefer Insomnia over Postman. It's faster and has a better UI.
It helps me adjust the speed and acceleration of my mouse beyond the limits of the Mac Settings without using the terminal.
I'm used to how Windows or GNOME manage their windows, and It helps me to organize my windows by dragging them to the edges or by using keyboard shortcuts.
I use it to take notes and its great to organize and manage user and market research.
If you work with APIs and OpenAPI, this is a must-have; it's an excellent tool for managing your API documentation.
My current choice for to-do lists. It has a great UI and UX.
When I find hard to focus, I use the Pomodoro technique.
When it comes to incorporating search capabilities into any project, my go-to option is always the same.
I use Cloudflare to manage my DNS and CDN for all my domains.
I moved all my domains. It's easy to manage, and they don't charge you for everything.
I used to use SugarSync, but it started to have annoying bugs. I moved to Google One, and I'm happy with it.
It improved my writing skills significantly, and I highly recommend it to non-native English speakers like me.
Privacy-focused alternative to Google reCAPTCHA.
I love to see my music stats. I use Last.fm to track my music listening habits.
Amazing issue tracker. I use it for my personal and freelance projects. Jira no longer exists for me.
I use Literal to track my books and discover new ones.
I use Notion for my personal and project notes.
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I use Trakt to track my TV shows and movies watching habits and to discover new content.
The best developer experience. Here where I host all my websites.
MacBook Air M1 (2020)
The M1 chip is fantastic. It has plenty of power to run all the apps I need, even Adobe CS and Android Studio.
Samsung 34" Monitor Ultra WQHD
Easier to work with two windows or more side by side. Perfect for frontend development and design
Apple Magic Trackpad
I got used to the gestures on my MacBook. It's a bit expensive, but it's worth it.
Apple Magic Keyboard
I'm not demanding when it comes to keyboards, and this one is comfortable to type, quiet, and combines well with the trackpad :P
Anker 533 USB-C Hub (5-in-1, Slim)
All I need in one place. I can connect my monitor, external hard drive and ethernet cable.