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).

Development tools

  • VSCode

    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.


  • Raycast

    I use Raycast as a launcher. Basically it's my rofi for MacOS.

  • Shottr

    It's actually a great tool for taking screenshots, adding arrows, etc. and copying them to clipboard for pasting somewhere else.