Editor and Terminal

Visual Studio Code is my primary editor, and sparingly use Sublime Text when editing large text files (especially SQL dumps). In both of my main editors, I use Operator Mono for my coding font, and usually have the line spacing increased for my own personal readability.

I use the MacOS Terminal app with my own semi-transparent Predawn theme.

Desktop and Web Apps

I keep development notes, reusable code snippets, and other bits and pieces in Quiver. I have the Quiver Library in my notes folder which is synced to a private GitHub repository. I aliased a notes command to commit and push notes when I'm feeling bored.

I use Adobe Creative Cloud pretty regularly: Photoshop CC for photo editing, cropping, and optimizing; Illustrator for icon and illustration modifications and design asset creation. I use Sketch for design comps, wire-framing, and prototyping.

Since Inbox was killed by Google, I use Airmail on desktop and mobile to manage my personal email and deal with the default Gmail interface for work.

Hardware and Gear

At home, I use a 2018 Mac mini with a 6-core 3.2 GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB memory, and a 256GB PCIe-based SSD. I use this with the Magic Keyboard with Numerical Keypad, Magic Mouse 2, and the Magic Trackpad 2 all in space grey, and I have dual LG Electronics 24BK430H-B 24-Inch Screen LCD Monitors setup on a 60"x30" Fully Jarvis bamboo sit/stand desk.

My on-the-go laptop is a 13-inch 2016 MacBook Pro with TouchBar and Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports, 2.9GHz Intel Core i5, 16GB LPDDR3 memory, and 256GB PCIe-SSD. I use a mixed bag of external hard drives, but you'll typically find me with a 500 GB Samsung T1 and/or a 128 GB Samsung Duo Plus.

My phone is a black iPhone 7 with 64GB. I use a space gray third generation Apple Watch with GPS.

For headphones, I use a mix of AirPods (Gen 1) and Shure SE215-K. I use a Blue Yeti microphone for calls.