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

I get asked often about what I use to build things, be productive, etc. Here’s a big list of all of my favorite stuff.


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

    My best friend.

  • LG UltraGear 27' IPS, 240hz

    A great monitor for a great price, but i have plans to upgrade to a 4k one.

  • Keychron K1 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard

    This was my first mechanical keyboard and I love it. I don't have plans to change it.

  • Mouse Redragon King Cobra Chroma 24000dpi

    A great mouse for a great price, but i have plans to upgrade to Apple Magic Mouse.

  • Elgato Cam Link 4K

    I use this to connect my camera to my computer and use it as a webcam.

  • Key Light Elgato

    Excellent light for video calls and streaming.

  • Mic Shure MV7

    The best microphone I've ever used, it's a great investment.

  • Canon SL3

    An low-end camera that I use to record YouTube videos.

  • Lens Sigma Art 18-35mm

    This lens is incredible, literally a Swiss army knife.

  • Stream Deck Elgato MK.2

    I use this to control my streaming and video recording.

  • Makkon MK-50A Chair

    A Herman Miller Aeron alternative, I've been using for around one year, I'm super satisfied.

  • Apple Airpods Pro

    I use this to listen to music and make calls.

Development tools

  • Vscode

    My primary code editor. I use it for everything.

  • Warp Terminal

    I’m using the warp around 2 months and I'm loving it.

  • TablePlus

    I moved from Sequel Pro to TablePlus long time ago and I'm loving it.


  • Figma

    I'm not a designer but I use Figma dev mode to develop projects designed by my team.


  • Raycast

    I replaced Alfred with Raycast around 2 years ago, super satisfied.

  • Todoist

    I have centralize all my tasks in Todoist, personal and professional. Super satisfied.

  • Apple Notes

    Simple and effective tool for taking notes.

  • Bitwarden

    I use Bitwarden to manage all my passwords.

  • Spotify

    Nobody can work without music, right?