The stuffs I often use in my life.
Some of them accompany my coding life.
Some others satisfy my hobbies.
- Macbook Pro 2018 13” (Office)
Mac Mini 2018 i3 128GB (Home)
- Beelink U57 (Home)
- Macbook White Unibody mid 2010 (Experiments) my note
- Low End PC with Manjaro Linux XFCE (Experiments)
- iPad Mini 5 WiFi 64GB
- iPhone SE (2016) 128GB
- Ducky One 2 Mini Keyboard gif image on Twitter
- NuPhy NuType F1 Keyboard my review post
- Dell U2419H
24” rotatable monitor
- Dell E2216H
22” rotatable monitor
- Roland Electric Piano FP-30
- Guitars. Many of them.
- Neovim init.vim
- Z Shell (zsh) .zshrc
now macOS use this as default shell.
- tmux on kitty tmux.conf , kitty.conf
- nnn, n³ The missing terminal file manager for X.
- lazygit my post
- I also have license for Sublime Text and Onivim 2 that I rarely use.
I use these app on both macOS and iOS (or iPadOS):
Simple and performant RSS reader for all Apple platform.
- iA Writer my post about it
I write my Hugo post mostly with this app.
Task management app
To help on my working time, I use these apps:
- Ripcord chat client for Slack and Discord
The official Slack and Discord desktop client uses Electron, I don’t like that.
Ripcord is a shareware that is based on, I don’t know, it looks like GTK+.
- Xit Git GUI for macOS
When doing heavy refactor, I like to code while looking at the repository’s history.
Xit is a free and open source. I think it is comparable to the awesome Sublime Merge.
I try to use less Google, but I cannot find replacement for
YouTubeand Translate :(
Thanks to Josh Habdas , I switched from Youtube to Invidio.us
I use zettelkasten paradigm for my knowledge base and note-taking.
I don’t exactly use this for Zettelkasten,
more for archiving and paperless document management.
- FSNotes screencast on Twitter
a very good note taking app.
if you are familiar with nvALT, FSNotes feels much better.
- Canary mail → Apple Mail
lightweight email client with configurable keyboard shortcuts, and PGP encryption
- Reeder 4 → NetNewsWire
beautiful and gesture-based RSS Reader.
- BusyCal → Apple Calendar
- Emacs → Obsidian
Org-roam is an awesome minor package for Org-mode.
Read my post about this .
- Worldbrain’s Memex 2 → DEVONthink
Browser extension to bookmark, highlight and annotate any site.
With full text search and grouping, this is a good service for knowledge gathering.
- Historio.us → DEVONthink
Web archiver. It supports full text search and tagging.
I use this side-by-side with Memex 2.
- aText → Keyboard Maestro
alternative to TextExpander that is single purchase.
my template to make Zettelkasten is here .