My Secret Arsenal of Software, Gadgets, and Cool Stuff That Will Make Your Life Awesome.

Find below my secret weapons for productivity. I've put together a massive list of all the gadgets, software, and other goodies that keep me functioning like a well-oiled machine.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, M1 Max, 32GB RAM (2021)

    I was using an Intel-based 16” MacBook Pro prior to this and the difference is night and day. I've never heard the fans turn on a single time, even under the incredibly heavy loads I put it through with our various launch simulations.

  • Dualup LG monitor

    The mid-range LG DualUp Monitor delivers on ergonomics and the ultimate multitasking tool with its unique aspect ratio, a fully-articulating monitor arm, and a KVM feature. This one's an absolute ace.

  • Bloon Paris

    As much as I love working on side projects late at night, my back doesn't always agree. Luckily, I've found a solution that's both fun and comfortable: the Bloon Paris! This balloon seat has been a game-changer for my coding sessions, allowing me to work longer and more comfortably than ever before.

  • Apple Magic Mouse & Keyboard

    Yes, this is the classic clean Mac setup. And it is working great.

  • Bose QuietComfort 35 II

    Are you tired of being distracted by loud coworkers or noisy coffee shops? Fear not, for the Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones have arrived to save the day (and your eardrums). With their noise-cancelling technology, you'll be able to code in peace and quiet, with no interruptions except maybe the occasional snack break. Plus, they're so comfortable, you might forget you're even wearing them.

Development tools


    Say goodbye to the chaos of project management and hello to the sweet, sweet order of With its clean and intuitive interface, you'll feel like you have a personal project management butler at your service. And the best part? It's flexible and customizable, so you can make it do your bidding like the obedient servant it is.

  • iTerm2

    If you're tired of feeling like you're stuck in the Stone Age with the default Terminal app, it's time to upgrade to iTerm2. With its advanced features like split panes, mouse support, and autocomplete, you'll feel like you've entered the Matrix.

  • GitHub Copilot

    GitHub Copilot AI-powered code suggestions and completion capabilities have significantly reduced the amount of time I spend on repetitive coding tasks and searching for code examples. I'm particularly impressed with how it can learn and adapt to my coding style, making the development process even smoother and more efficient.


  • Figma

    After years of designing on Illustrator, I made the switch to Figma and I have to say, it's awesome! The power and versatility of Figma have allowed me to take my design work to the next level and create even more amazing things.

  • Miro

    Miro is a powerful collaboration tool that's ideal for SCRUM Agile teams. With its intuitive interface and robust features, teams can easily create and manage SCRUM boards, sprint planning, retrospectives, and more. Miro's real-time collaboration capabilities also make it easy for teams to work together, no matter where they are located (like me in Marseille).


  • Notion

    App for pretty much everything. I use it for both personal and professional uses.

  • AirTable + Zapier

    Using Airtable and Zapier together is a powerful combination for boosting productivity. With Airtable's flexible and customizable database and project management capabilities, developers can organize and track data with ease. And when paired with Zapier's automation features, the possibilities for streamlining workflows and automating repetitive tasks are endless.

  • Clockify

    Clockify is a time tracking tool that can help boost productivity by providing insight into where your time is being spent. With its user-friendly interface and customizable features, you can easily track time for specific tasks, projects, or clients.

  • Focus

    Simple tool for blocking distracting websites when I need to just do the work and get some momentum going.