This is my main Intel-based computer which I built in 2022. This build is composed of some new and old parts which I have gathered over the years. Click here to see a comprehensive listing of all the parts used in this build on PCPartPicker.
I bought this chair second-hand when I started working for Apple, it's extremely comfortable and ergonomic for those long hours spent at the desk.
Good tool for designing and testing REST APIs. I used to use Postman but I found the interface too cluttered and prefer the simplicity of Insomnia.
I use this software for creating low-fidelity wireframes and interfaces. It's great for experimenting with ideas.
Color Picker is included in the PowerToys set of enhancements for Windows. Using the eye dropper you can easily identify colours on the screen and copy the colour's code to your clipboard for use in other applications.
AutoHotKey features it's own scripting language and allows you to create keyboard macros for automating common tasks. For example, I use AutoHotKey to toggle between dark and light themes in Windows on the fly.
Bitwarden is a free, open-source password manager, this Chrome Extension connects to a self-hosted instance of Bitwarden which lives on my Raspberry Pi. It is really useful for syncing passwords across devices.
Great extension for blocking those annoying YouTube ads and nasty tracking scripts.
Floccus syncs your bookmarks across browsers and devices. It connects to my Nextcloud server via WebDAV and keeps my bookmarks in sync, so no matter which device I'm using, I always have the same set of bookmarks.