13” MacBook Air, M1, 8GB RAM (2020)
Despite the low RAM, this thing runs great. Coming from a low-end PC I built in 2017, it quickly replaced my desktop as my daily driver due to its speed, portability (big factor if you know me), and battery life. I’m still amazed at how well it handles my daily workload even three years later.
LG 29WL500-B 29 inch Ultrawide Monitor
I’ve been using this monitor for a few years now and it’s been awesome. It's not the best monitor out there in terms of resolution and refresh rate, but it's a great value for the price. I love the ultrawide aspect ratio for productivity and the 29” size is perfect for my desk.
Awesome fork of Visual Studio Code that adds a bunch of useful features and is built around AI. I started using Cursor in September 2023 after using VS Code for years.
Easy choice here for hosting. I’ve been using Vercel for years and it’s been by far the best and easiest way to deploy my projects.
Great alternative to Firebase. I’ve been using Supabase for a few months now when I need to create a backend/user authentication for a project. It’s been great so far and I’m excited to continue using it.
Has saved me so many times from losing a copied link, file, or code snippet. Raycast does basically everything Spotlight does, but better.
At this point, my entire life is in Notion. I use it for everything from project ideas, to shopping lists, to college notes. It’s the best note-taking app I’ve ever used. (Not that I’ve used many others, but still.)