Tools and stuff I use daily
Apparently people are interested in what I use to build software, my ergonomic things, or in general what I do to fool myself into thinking I'm more productive. Well, here's a list of things that pop in to my mind.
14” MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 32GB RAM (2021)
If you know me you know I'm actually a Thinkpad + Archlinux guy but this M1 CPUs are really something. I couldn't find other laptops that match the specs of the newest Macbooks.
LG UltraGear 27GN850-B 27” QHD 144Hz
At some point I will replace this with one of those extremely large boys (e.g. Samsung G9 Odyssey) but for now it's doing his job very well. I use this for gaming as well.
Kyria split keyboard
I love custom keyboards. It's like a blacksmith making his own tools! I went from a Quefrency to a smaller one: my current Kyria. I love it but still getting used to it (believe me, when you have this few keys you need some time to adjust to it).
Apple Magic Trackpad
I actually got this very recently, mostly because of the gestures. Before that I was using a Kensington Trackball for years, if you put it in the middle of your split keyboard you're gonna understand what ergo is.
Fully Jarvis Desk
Not the most affordable of the desks but it's pretty (and bamboo feels great). It's the best desk I could find that it's both big (180x80cm) with programmable heights.
Varier Variable Chair
You know, ergonomics chairs are not actually ergonomic. Everyone has different needs. Right now I'm pretty confortable with this Varier chair, even without a backrest! (Probably best combo-ed with a standing desk).
I believe it's the most common editor nowadays. I use it with the Vim keybindings and a few other extensions. I really like the git integration, I find it be much user-friendly than the Intellij one.
I use Raycast as a launcher. Basically it's my
It's actually a great tool for taking screenshots, adding arrows, etc. and copying them to clipboard for pasting somewhere else.