A list of things I need to work in a fast & good way.
Development tools (IDE, Terminal, …)
macOS for the main stuff, Debian when on the server
Git. In a shell of course.
Insomnia for network requests and tinkering with HTTP.
Homebrew & Ansible
🔑 1Password, which I love to death. Seriously this app, wow, amazing
📒 Notion to store every reference to an article about dev, tech, world, news & recipes. I'm a huge Notion nerd and most likely high maintenance when it comes to this tool.
🎩 Alfred. Trackpads and mouses are for noobs. I'm a workflow wonderchild. Also looking at Raycast
✅ Things. Mainly on the iPhone and the mail option/Reminders.app option for desktop since the price is a bit too steep. But this truly is the only task manager which actually helps me get things done.
🎞 Pentax P30N because I love film photography the most
💻 16" MacBook Pro. The last Intel one, don't regret it.
🎒 The amazing & stylish Pinqponq Cubik Medium backpack
An Intel NUC 6CAY with 8GB RAM, 128GB Samsung SSD and Debian. Storage is provided via externally connected USB 3 drives and pooled via mergerFS
All apps & services run in Docker
Monitoring stack consisting of InfluxDB, Prometheus, Loki, Grafana, Telegraf and several Go utilities.
Several Raspberry Pi's
Unifi AP-AC Pro, Unifi USG 3P
TP-Link unmanaged switches
Synology DS218Play with 4TB storage which I currently consider expanding. The NUC has this one mounted over NFS
Vintage KEF speakers and a turntable inherited from my grandad.
🎵 iTunes Match. Yes, I'm one of the only people who actually likes iTunes and utilises it 'till my fingers bleed.
🎛 Pioneer DJM-750 MK2 4 channel digital mixer.
🔈 2x KRK-RP6. These things are total vicious beasts.
💿 2x Pioneer PLX-500 with Ortofon Concorde MK2 Mix
💿 2x Pioneer XDJ-1000 which are perfect for spinning sets from USB at home
IKEA Symfonisk speakers for radio / playlists
Wow, how do I even start? I switch stuff from time to time but things I use a lot: Typescript, React, React Native, Docker, Bash, Python, Go, Vercel, Make etc.
You know what, rather just look at my Github