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

Make sure to check out for a list of everyone's /uses pages! This is a list of the bits and bobs that I use and recommend.


  • 14” InfinityBook S14 - Gen6

    My personal computing device. I mostly use it for some lightweight browsing or the occasional personal project. It has an Intel Core i7-1165G7, 40Gb's of RAM and a 1TB SSD. I solely run Linux on this device, and for the past two years, I've been enjoying PopOS!

  • 16” MacBook Pro, i7, 32GB RAM (2019)

    Probably one of the last intel-based Macbooks ever made. This is what I use for work on a day-to-day basis. I've heard lots of great stuff about the new M1 Macbooks. But my workflow still requires an Intel CPU, so I hope to keep rocking this machine for a few more years. The worst thing about this device is that it has a touch bar, which is an absolute disaster to use effectively.

  • Logitech MX Master 3S, Wireless Mouse

    For the longest time, I was using an Apple Magic Mouse. I got it for free, so why not use it? I only cared a little about input devices, so I stuck with the Apple mouse or the trackpad on my laptop. But boy did I miss out; this Logitech mouse is an absolute joy to use.

  • Keychron K8 Pro, Mechanical Keyboard

    This is my first mechanical keyboard ever and is a real joy to type on. I've got the ISO UK layout with Pre-lubed Gateron G Pro Brown switches.

Development tools

  • NeoVim

    I moved back to Vim at the beginning of 2023 after watching the Primeagen's Neovim from scratch Video. I got my NeoVim tuned just the way I like and got LSPs for all the languages I work in daily. Look at my dotfiles for a little peek at my configuration.

  • Visual Studio Code

    This has been my editor of choice for ages; I started using it when TypeScript and JavaScript were all the languages it supported. Nowadays, I have it installed as a backup for when my Vim knowledge isn't immediately cutting it.


  • Obsidian

    I've used many note-taking apps, from OneNote to Notion, over the years. Nowadays, I've settled on Obsidian. I love the simplicity it brings to note-taking and allowing my notes to stay private. It's my new second brain!

  • Thunderbird

    A really old email client that I always keep coming back to. Not much to say about it other than that it works (kinda).