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

These are things I like to use. I don’t get paid to endorse any of them, I just like them.


  • 14” MacBook Pro M1, 16GB RAM (2021)

    This is my work machine. I have a personal Windows machine but honestly, I don't use it that much. Before that, I used an Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" (2012), 16 GB RAM, for years. I don't feel like updating computers very often.

  • LG HDR 34,5” Ultra Wide display

    This is *not* a great monitor. I bought it because I want to try a big monitor and it was cheap. I don't think I would rebuy it. I'm looking for a new monitor.

  • AirPods Pro 2

    I was very skeptical about this earbuds but it was a great surprise so far. I use it all day long, the noise canceling is perfect.

  • Keychron K2

    I like a lot the brown switches. The tactile feedback of this keyboard is lovely, and I can sync it wirelessly for up to three devices.

  • Logitec M720 Triathlon mouse

    Following the same idea of the keyboard, I was looking for a comfortable mouse that I could use with my laptop and other devices. It also syncs wirelessly with three devices as well.

  • GenioDesk Plus

    This is a height-adjustable desk. I like it because it's easy to use, but, trust me, 90% of the time, I leave it at sitting height.

  • DXRacer K-Series KS11/N

    This is a gaming chair. I don't play games anymore but I was looking for something comfortable to sit on for long hours and not so expensive. I like it.

Development tools

  • Visual Studio Code

    I used to be an Atom user but I switched to VS Code because of the extensions. I don't mind being out of the Vim world. I know the basics of it.

  • TablePlus

    Great software for working with databases. It has saved me from building about a thousand admin interfaces for my various projects over the years.


  • Figma

    I'm not a designer but I like good design tools. Figma is easy to use and everywhere I work, they use it.


  • Raycast

    I used to use Alfred but I switched to Raycast. The plan was to create scripts to automate my daily tasks but I didn't get to it yet. I still use it to open apps and do some basic stuff and I don't miss anything from Alfred.

  • Monosnap

    This is a handy tool for taking screenshots and picking colors from images and pages.

  • Krisp

    Sometimes the sound around is noisy it can be a problem, especially at meetings. Now I can go anywhere and do calls not worrying if the background noise is bad.

  • Grammarly

    I'm not a native English speaker. Grammarly is helping me a lot in fixing language issues and making my writing clear.