This page is a compilation of all the tools that I use day-to-day in no particular order.
It’s my favorite tool for taking notes. It’s native to the platform, minimalist, the content is written in Markdown, and notes synchronize across devices.
It’s my favorite code editor when I’m not doing Swift development. It’s fast, extensible, customizable, and works incredibly well with Typescript.
Prior to Apple Podcasts, I was using Pocket Casts and I liked the user experience more. However, I transitioned from some services to Apple’s to have everything under the same umbrella subscription, and I included podcasts in the migration pack.
Reeder is my favorite RSS and read-later reader. It works on iOS and macOS and it’s designed following Apple’s human interface guidelines.
GitHub is my favorite remote Git provider. I built my curriculum into it. I got very used to the product, its interface, and I provides everything I need when building software: pull requests, issues, discussions, continuous integration.
Rails is my go-to full-stack web framework. It’s written in Ruby, a programming language that I love. It provides utilities for most of common operations web services have to perform, and can be easily deployed to platforms like Heroku