⚒️ Tools I use
A list of tools I use to get things done.
Devices & Instruments
My goto tool for development, design, and everything in between.
The device I rely on for communication, entertainment, and everything in between.
Read Read Read. I love reading books and Kindle is my goto device for that.
Music, Podcasts, Business calls, and everything else
The monitor I fell in love with, the wide angle setup helps me to focus on multiple things at once.
Visual Studio Code is a code editor redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications.
Postman is a user-friendly API testing and development platform that simplifies the process of building and testing APIs.
A terminal emulator for macOS that provides advanced features such as split panes, search, autocomplete, and mouse support.
A modern, native, and powerful GUI tool for managing relational databases, with support for a wide range of databases and advanced features such as SSH tunneling, SSL encryption, and query profiling.
Obsidian is a powerful knowledge base that works on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files.
A fast, secure, and user-friendly web browser that supports a wide range of extensions and features such as tab management, autofill, and bookmarks.
A productivity app for macOS that provides quick access to your favorite tools and commands, with support for integrations such as Jira, GitHub, and Google Drive.
A powerful app that allows you to customize and optimize the settings of your Logitech devices, with support for features such as gesture control, cursor speed, and button mapping.
Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging app that allows users to send text messages, voice messages, and files of any type (documents, photos, videos, etc.) to other users.
Discord is a popular communication app designed for gamers that allows users to join voice and text chat channels and connect with other players.
Slack is a popular communication app that allows users to send messages, make calls, and share files.
Zoom is a video conferencing app that allows users to host and join virtual meetings, webinars, and online events.
Iruve is a screen color temperature management tool that allows users to adjust the color temperature of their display to reduce eye strain and improve sleep quality.
DaVinci Resolve is a professional video editing software that includes advanced color correction tools, visual effects, and audio post-production capabilities.
IINA is a free, open-source multimedia player for macOS that supports a wide range of video and audio formats and includes features such as customizable playback speed and subtitle support.
Handbrake is a free, open-source video transcoding software that allows users to convert video files from one format to another and adjust video quality settings.
Blender is a free, open-source 3D creation suite that includes features such as modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, and motion tracking.