SecretLab Titan Chair
With this chair, I'm able to sit there and code for hours, and it helps me to stay focused.
Two Acer Predator XB253QGP, 24”, 144Hz
I don't like to swipe wildly around to find the window I need, so I've got three screens to keep a better overview.
Logitech MX Keys Mini (US Int)
I'm a huge fan of Logitech products, and this keyboard is a pleasure. It also supports multiple devices and operating systems, and you can switch by pressing a button.
Logitech MX Master 3
If you have an external keyboard, its annoying to always move your hand back to your trackpad, so an external mouse is a must-have.
14” MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 16GB RAM (2021)
This is my personal one and the difference to the Intel-based MacBooks is night and day. I've never heard the fans turn on a single time, and the battery just lasts forever.
13” MacBook Pro, 2.4 GHz i5, 16GB RAM (2019)
This is my work MacBook and we've been through a lot. It's sometimes screaming at me, but always did its job and never let me down.
I love everything about ExcaliDraw. Just a beautiful, simple and fast tool to visualize anything and make it look like a drawing.
When I have to make a click prototype or a wireframe, or I'm just messing around, Figma has me covered.
I'm using a lot of IntelliJ IDE's, because of their smart tiny features that lighten up your developer day.
Currently I'm trying again with vim, and for small things it works quite well. But there are still many shortcuts that I need to memorize.
Nice software for working with databases. Saves my ass every time my SQL skills are lacking.
For small file changes, I usually don't want to fire up a heavy IDE.
A new terminal I recently discovered, It feels like Jupyter Notebook, but for the terminal. Completely switched over from iTerm2.