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Software I use, gadgets I love, and other things I recommend.

Here’s an extensive list of all my favourite stuff where you can learn about the things I use to build software and stay productive.


  • 14" MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 16GB RAM (2021)

    This is my work laptop and it's great. I've never heard the sound of the fans since I got it.

  • LG 27UL850-W 27"

    This 4K display does the job and I love it, although if I were to buy a new screen now I would get a 32" one.

  • Magic Keyboard

    I like the feel of the keyboard, and it does the job.

  • Magic Trackpad

    I enjoy using this trackpad. I never had hand/wrist pain again since I replaced the mouse.

  • Flexispot Standing Desk

    Paired with an IKEA table top. I stand on my desk up to 2 or 3 times a day.

  • Sonos Play:1

    Music plays an important part in my workflow and helps me stay productive. I usually stream music from Spotify or listen to the radio.

Development tools

  • VS Code

    I switched from Atom to VS Code a while ago and never looked back. This code editor is great and highly customisable. I have it nicely configured for both backend and frontend work.

  • iTerm2

    The best terminal for mac I've used and is highly customisable.

  • TablePlus

    After Sequel Pro stopped working on macOS the hunt for a new database management tool started. After trying a few of them, only TablePlus stuck.

  • Tinkerwell

    It's the perfect companion for every developer. It helps with debugging and quickly testing logic.

  • Ray

    This is a debugging tool I use frequently to make it easier to find even the most stubborn bugs.


  • Raycast

    This is a launcher that replaces macOS spotlight and it's the ultimate productivity hack.

  • Cron Calendar

    The best calendar app I've used in a long time.

  • Loom

    Loom is a video messaging tool. I use it to share updates with clients or the team, onboarding materials and also for adding context to pull requests.