The Software and Hardware I use

These are the things I use to be the most productive while delivering features and fixing bugs.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, (2015)

    After finishing my first job at Hosco I realized how much more productive you are on a mac in the web developer world. So i bought a used Macbook on Wallapop(second hand platform) and it's still going strong to this day.

  • Samsung U28R554UQU

    It's a (28") 4K TFT screen with nice colors, that's it :D

  • Apple Magic Keyboard

    My setup is optimized for portability while retaining the biggest productivity and even though it's a bit expensive it's the only non-trashy mac keyboard I could find in this form factor.

  • Logitech MX Master 3

    It has nice features with handy extra buttons and great ergonomics.

  • Sony WH-1000XM4

    I listen to music most of the time when working, so a good pair of headphones is important. They have nice sound, are not too heavy and overall nice to use.

Development tools

  • Visual Studio Code

    VS code was and is to this day my go-to editor. The big customizability and versatility is so great as well as the great Typescript support.

  • Hyper

    I use this terminal because it's built with javascript, has a nice design and is made by on of the greatest "software companies" out there: Vercel.

  • Firefox Developer Edition

    I am a long term Firefox user. I just really like their work and what they stand for. Also I genuinely prefer their developer tools over the ones from Chrome, especially the Network Tab.


  • Notion

    Notion is a great tool to take notes, plan projects, track work hours and general planning. It is very flexible with a great UI.


  • SevDesk

    I use SevDesk to manage invoices, making sure clients pay me and everything else that comes with being a freelancer.