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

People often inquire about the tools and techniques I employ to develop software, maintain productivity, and occasionally, indulge in creative diversions. This page presents a comprehensive list of all the resources and items I favor.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, M1 Max, 64GB RAM (2021)

    I was using an Intel-based 16” MacBook Pro prior to this and the difference is night and day. I’ve never heard the fans turn on a single time.

  • 2 x 32” LG 5K Display

    The perfect screen companion for my MacBook pro.

  • MX Mechanical Keyboard

    Ultra-precise and stable switches offer deep and reassuring key travel – in a low-profile form factor. Your fingers glide effortlessly across the matte surface of the keys – and dual color keycaps make it easy to orient your fingers and stay in your flow.

  • MX Master 3S for Mac

    MX Master 3S for Mac is outfitted with our most accurate sensor for next-gen precision and responsiveness.


  • VS Code

    After using Sublime for many years, I moved to VSCode like everybody else.

  • Aura Theme

    A beautiful dark theme with four variants for Visual Studio Code. Two of these variants are focused on long-term work without causing any discomfort to the eyes.

  • Fira Code

    I absolutely love this monospaced font because of all the ligatures.


  • iTerm

    iTerm is a terminal emulator for macOS that does amazing things.

  • Oh My ZSH

    A collection of ZSH plugins that you install once and you're ready to go.

  • Fig

    Super cool app that adds VSCode-style autocomplete to your existing terminal


  • 1Password

    The first thing I install on any new device.

  • Alfred

    My favorite Spotlight replacement with tons of workflows

  • Bartender

    Perfect way to declutter and manage the macOS menubar.

  • CleanShot X

    This is what I use whenever I need to share and/or highlight screenshots.

  • Divvy

    Tiny app that I use to create custom window positions.

  • Figma

    I never thought something would replace the Adobe suite for me. Figma did.

  • Grammarly

    A must-have tool for non-native English speakers like me.

  • Linear

    A totally gorgeous issue tracker.

  • Notion

    My personal OS with all the notes from all my projects.

  • Things

    My current choice for to-do lists and organizing personal tasks.

  • TunnelBear

    Wonderful VPN app that I use to access content from other countries.


  • Kindle Oasis

    I particularly like this device since it has built-in lights and physical buttons.

  • Audible

    The perfect choice to listen to a book while running outside.