A non-comprehensive list of the hardware and software I use on a day-to-day basis.



Daily Drivers

Notable Visual Studio Code Extensions

  • Prettier – Opinionated Code Formatter.
  • Markdown All in One – Markdown Support.
  • Markwhen – View/Edit Markwhen documents.
  • Markmap – Preview markdown files as Markmap.
  • GistPad – Edit GitHub Gists and Repositories remotely.
  • Project Manager – Easily change current Project/Folder.
  • shift shift – Provides shortcuts for shift + shift and ctrl + ctrl.
  • CSS Peek – Introduces Go To Definition and Go To Symbol in Workspace support.

Notable Obsidian Extensions

Notable Windows Programs

  • EarTrumpet – Volume control, multi-channel discovery, default playback device management.
  • Everything – Locate files and folders by name instantly.
  • Material Files – Material Design file manager for Android.
  • PDFsam – Desktop application to split, merge, mix, rotate PDF files and extract pages.
  • PowerToys – Windows system utilities to maximize productivity.
  • QuickLook – Bring macOS “Quick Look” feature to Windows.
  • TaskbarX – Center Windows taskbar icons with a variety of animations and options.

Notable Android Apps

  • Acode – Powerful text/code editor for Android.
  • Aegis – A free, secure and open source app for Android to manage your 2-step verification tokens.
  • AntennaPod – A podcast manager for Android.
  • AnySoftKeyboard – Android on screen keyboard for multiple languages.
  • jtxBoard – Manage your Journals (like meeting minutes), Notes and Tasks in one Android app.

Technologies and Frameworks

  • Alpine.js – A rugged, minimal framework for composing JavaScript behavior in your markup.
  • Eleventy – A simpler site generator. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML.
  • Nunjucks – A powerful templating engine with inheritance, asynchronous control. Made by Mozilla.
  • TailwindCSS – Utility CSS framework without the predefined classes for elements.
  • Vite – Next generation frontend tooling. It’s fast!