Software I use, tech I love, and other things I recommend.
Enough performance for my needs, inexpensive, compact and lightweight.
Good relation quality / price for a decent 4k 24" 60Hz monitor. I'm not a gamer so specs are enough for me.
After years working with an Apple Magic keyboard switched to the MX Keys Mini. Typing is good and can set up to 3 devices.
I moved from a magic mouse to the Logitech MX Master 3s and I'm quite happy with it.
OOB SSD from Apple is quite expensive and that is a cheaper option, it looks nice as design matches the Mini and along with the abundance of ports have an extra 1TB SSD drive (purchased separately).
Lightweight code editor with powerful features and extensions.
Terminal emulator for macOS with advanced functionalities.
Git client with an intuitive interface and powerful tools.
Sophisticated text editor for code, markup, and prose.
Modern API client for testing and debugging APIs.
Free All-in-One Database Version Management Tool, for when need quickly a MySQL or Postgres DB.
Docker desktop alternative that is faster, lighter, and easier to run Docker containers and Linux.
MySQL/MariaDB database management for macOS (rarely use it these days 😀)
Using Fish for several years, still happy with it.
A modern replacement for ls built with Rust (fork of exa that is no longer maintained).
Fonts variations of popular fonts combined with a large number of popular glyphs
A cat clone with syntax highlighting and Git integration.
A top replacement
A syntax-highlighting pager for git, diff, and grep output
SpaceVim is a community-driven distribution of Vim and Neovim
A minimal cross-shell prompt that is fast and customizable.
Ping, but with a graph
I use Safari for my personal tasks, Arc for non-personal activities, and Firefox as a backup for both or when I need to troubleshoot specific issues.
My default browser for all personal stuff.
My default browser for work, I use the spaces features to organize better projects.
I still use Firefox, but mostly as a backup for Safari and Arc.
I rely on a diverse range of tools to assist with my work daily; some are open source and free, while others are paid/commercial.
I use Notion for all my KB and documenting stuff.
I still use it for organising better my tasks, but slowly moving to Notion.
ChatGPT on your Mac and Menubar
Screen recording platform for communication and collaboration.
Quick and easy wireframing tool, I use it for ages.
Virtual collaborative whiteboard tool that lets you easily sketch diagrams that have a hand-drawn feel to them.
Visual workspace for innovation and collaboration.
Acorn is an awesome image editor for the Mac. A cheaper alternative to Photoshop.
I use it primarily for editing SVGs.
A powerful video editing application.
I use a bunch of other tools for different purposes.
My preferred screenshot tool.
An amazing macOS app for organizing and managing menu bar icons.
An advanced window manager for macOS. I rely on a few shortcuts to shift windows left and right, fullscreen, etc..
Network monitoring tool for macOS, providing control over app connections. Use it for ages.
DNS service that blocks ads, trackers, and provides privacy features.
ChatGPT on your Mac and Menubar
macOS app for managing Time Machine backup schedules.
macOS app for managing system services and launch agents.
Video messaging and screen recording platform for communication and collaboration.
Simple and efficient clipboard manager for macOS
VPN configuration tool.
Use it to override some Application icons on the dock (e.g. Arc official icon is awful).
When want to uninstall an App and ensure that all related files are also removed.
I like a different wallpaper every day.
When need quickly some dummy text.
Simple but clever idea.