I definitely got this used... and it's a strange green/yellow colour, but this is the most comfortable chair I've used.
The 2015 model isn't really for sale any more, but it's been working like a champ for 4 years now. 16GB RAM, 256GB HD... definitely wish I had more space on the hard drive. I constantly have to clean things up to not run out of space.
I've gone from Eclipse to Sublime to Atom and now am using Visual Studio Code... they just keep getting better and the TypeScript support in VS Code is second to none.
I've been using this terminal for a while combined with "Oh My ZSH" - https://ohmyz.sh/
It's a simple Postgres DB client, and the free version gives you pretty much everything you need.
This is my go-to MySQL DB client. It's free and works well.
I've been using this tool forever to connect to FTP, SFTP, S3, etc...
A great tool for testing out APIs, works for REST but also has support for GraphQL now.
For me this has been the easiest way to install and manage Postgres on my mac... even easier than Homebrew.
One of the first things I install on my mac, an easy to use package manager.
A nice mono spaced font from Mozilla.
A simple colour picker for Mac.
This is my go-to hosting for any Next.js applications I deploy. It's running this website, my dynamic OG image app, and I use it professionally at FlipGive as well.
For static websites, like my blog which uses Gatsby, Netlify is the best hosting solution I've found.
Still the easiest way to deploy Rails applications.
This is where I purchase all of my domains.
A service to call URLs on a cron schedule... I personally use this to trigger scheduled jobs on serverless URLs hosted on Zeit Now.
It's free, it's open-source, and it's doing the job for my password management.
I mean, who doesn't use Slack at this point, right?
A simple app for controlling screen sizing and repositioning on a Mac with keyboard shortcuts.
Sometimes you want additional privacy or to appear from somewhere else. It has worked flawlessly for years, without any noticeable speed slowdown.
When my computer starts complaining that it's running out of space, this tool helps you see which folders are taking up the most amount of space.
Cloud accounting software I've been using for a number of years now for all of my contracting work. Based out of Toronto!!
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