Software I use, gadgets I love, and other things I recommend.

This page list the things I use to build software, stay productive, or improve my life. I try to keep it up to date and add new things as I discover them. The list includes products I use for personal projects. The tools I use at work, however, can vary depending on the project.


  • 13” MacBook Pro, M2, 16GB RAM (2022)

    I love the the M2 chip, it is so fast and the battery life is.

  • Viewsonic 27" (VG2719-2K)

    It is a 27" 1440p monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate. It is not the most luxurious monitor out there, but it is a great value and I have been using it for years.

  • Apple Magic Trackpad

    Something about all the gestures makes me feel like a wizard with special powers. I really like feeling like a wizard with special powers.

  • Apple Magic Keyboard

    I like slim and minimal design and this keyboard is the best

Development tools

  • VS Code

    I’ve been using VS Code for years now and it’s still the best. I am using extensions like Prettier, Spell Checker, Tailwind Intellisense, and GitHub CoPilot.

  • Brave

    Currently using Brave as my default browser and for development. I like the privacy and security features.

  • GitHub

    My main code hosting platform. I use it for all of my personal projects.

  • Plausible

    I use Plausible for my website analytics. It is a privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics.

  • Vercel

    I use Vercel for hosting of some of my projects. It is a great alternative to Netlify.

  • Netlify

    Some old projects are hosted on Netlify. I am planning to migrate them to Vercel.


  • Figma

    We started using Figma as just a design tool but now it’s become our virtual whiteboard for the entire company. Never would have expected the collaboration features to be the real hook.


  • Notion

    I host my personal knowledge base in Notion. I created Databases there with various information. I also use it for project management.


    I use for scheduling meetings. It is a great open-source alternative to Calendly. The free tier is more than enough for my needs.


    All my bookmarks are stored in; I love the ability to tag and organize them, and they are available on all my browsers and devices.


    Tally is my go-to tool for forms and surveys. I like their simple form builder, which works like a document editor.