This is the software I use regularly. I try new software all the time, but these are the daily drivers.
- iPhone, iPad, etc: thing just works
- MacBook Pro: idem. Lovely computer.
- Dell XPS 13: work issued, it’s ok I guess.
- Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (server) and 18.04 (desktop)
- Mac OS X
- Firefox: love the container tabs feature.
- Google Chrome: just for web development.
- Emacs: for everything text related. I use Spacemacs, mainly because I also love vim.
- Libreoffice Calc: I don’t love it, but it works.
- Telegram Desktop
- Transmission (Bittorrent client) and Deluge
- VLC video player
- Spotify for Linux
- The GIMP
- Calibre (ebook management)
- Zeal: an offline documentation browser
Mac OS and iOS specific
- Safari: Works great
- Bear: Beautiful note taking app
- Blink: mosh terminal for iOS
- di: provides disk usage information, like
- ncdu: detailed disk usage information, a curses interface for
- htop: a better
- vim: the text editor. I use Neovim.
- tmux: a terminal multiplexer
- tmuxp: a manager for tmux sessions
- git-diff-image: an extension to ‘git diff’ that provides support for diffing images
- jpegoptim: a jpeg optimizer
- stow: for dotfiles management. As shown here.
Network related utilities
- nmap: network exploration tool
- httpie: a kinder curl
Development / Devops
- Python 3
- Java 8
- Clojure / Leiningen
- Node.js / npm
- devd: a local webserver for developers