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Blatantly copied from Wes Bos' /uses page, I decided to list what I use in my everyday life. I don't know, you may be curious?!? 😆
I spend a lot of time on my terminal and I have to say I freaking love iTerm2. I tried other terminals over the years, but I always come back to it.
I have a bazillion plugins installed on it, but my favourites are:
- Oh-my-zsh, seriously it's the best
- autojump (lets you
cdinto a previously visited directory, even if you misspell it!)
- zsh-syntax-highlighting and zsh-autosuggestions
- emojiparty (a theme that prepends a random emoji to the command line 🥳)
Visual Studio Code, because yes.
An app for testing APIs, 'cause people who instantly remember the
curlsyntax and all its options have nothing to do with me.
Firefox is my go-to browser of choice when I'm doing anything CSS related. Its developer tools are simply superior (but don't listen to me, Kevin Powell knows this stuff better than I do).
I could talk for hours about Bear. It's a markdown note-taking app, but it's more than that. I use it to write my work tasks every week, blog posts, plan holidays, jot down quick notes. It's perfectly fine on the free plan, but I can assure you: it's one of those apps where you actively feel the need to pay for the paid plan because they deserve it.
I swear, I have an Android phone and I'm considering switching to iPhone just for their mobile app, I'm not kidding.
Notion, it's the best when it comes to organising large documents into categories and it has many layouts and templates to choose from.
It's a great email client, with a "smart" inbox, with the option to send delayed emails so you don't bother people outside of office hours
These are all the little pieces of software I couldn't like without. Seriously, Mac OS should have these built-in.
Fast clipboard manager, I wouldn't be able to function without it.
Working 100% remotely I'm constantly taking screenshots and videos of my work to share on Slack and this app does it best.
A fantastic window manager for Mac OS.
A fantastic emoji picker 🚀 💯
It's Dank Mono. It's not cheap (a personal license goes for 24£), but it's freaking beautiful, especially on retina displays.