Here is a list of the tools I use frequently on my day-to-day work as a developer.
I will add more details for each and each tool as extensions, tips, themes, etc… in future posts. So keep tuned…
- My personal laptop is Apple MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015)
- My desktop is an Intel® Core i7-8700 3.2GHz Coffee Lake Six Core, 32GB RAM, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 6GB with 4 TB HDD. I have both Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu 18.04 operating systems installed.
- In my work, I use Apple MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2018)
- I have two mobile phones, Apple iPhone 7 and Xiaomi Pocophone F1
- I use Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for reading ebooks.
My IDEs and text editor
Most of the time I use the follwoing IDEs:
- Jetbrains IntelliJ IDEA – for Java development
- Jetbrains Webstorm – for NodeJS and Angular development
- Sometimes I use VS Code for NodeJS and Angular development as well.
- For database setups and connections, I use Jetbrains DataGrip and MongoDB Compass.
- My beloved text editor is VS Code.
* I will write a separate post for the setup and extensions I use in each one of my IDEs.
I use all the four most used browsers in the market: Google Chrome, FireFox, Safari and Edge.
But my default browser is:
- Firefox Developer Edition
My Learning Sources
- Packt Mapt
- I’m a member in many developers Slack communities
- I use Feedly as my RSS reader
* I will share my top RSS feeds, YouTube channels, and Slack communites in a future post as well.
Apps I mostly use
- iTerm with oh-my-zsh is my Terminal
- mvnis my node version manager
- Jabba is my Java version manager
- Postman is my API test client
- Pocket is my read-it-later app