Inspired by The Setup I will tell you about me and how i get things done.
Who are you, and what do you do?
I’m a web developer at Reload!, I would say 99% of my work is with Drupal, I have contributed to the Drupal community by making a handful of contrib modules, and a lot of patches, mainly for a various list of contrib modules, but also a few core patches, for both Drupal 6, 7 and 8.
What hardware are you using?
My only computer is a Macbook Air the 1.8 GHz Intel Core i7 with 4 GB ram and 256 GB SSD.
The pointer on that bigass display is moved around with a Magic Mouse and sometimes just because i can, I switch to the Magic Trackpad. I’m not fully convinced that the Macgic Trackpad can do my job better than the Magic Mouse, but trying.
When attached to the 27” Apple thunderbolt Display I do all the writing on the Apple Wired Keyboard without the numeric pad, i really don’t understand why those two keyboards have different layouts, on the tiny one, the ‘fn’ key i located lower left corner, and on the big one with the numeric pad, it’s placed left of the numeric. Kinda lame.
My phone is an LG Nexus 4
16 Gb Iphone 4. Like Ralf Rottmann i have switched back and forth between several Android and iphone models, and every time i went back to iphone, but! (yes i know) this time it really seems that Android is kind of good enough for daily use.
When listening to music and i cannot blast it out through my sound system at home, i use a pair of kinda outdated Denon AH-D1001 Headphones, they are about 4 years old, but do the job well. When working out or running i have a pair of Klipsch S4 headphone with Comply T-100 earphone tips.
And what software?
I simply cannot live without music, and after Spotify got available in Denmark, i sold a big box of cd’s which is available online, can’t really see why to keep the cd’s. Now i’m only waiting to get Netflix in denmark (last rumours was late 2012),
and a lot of films and series in itunes.
My calendar is mainly used from Chrome, but for quick adding a new event im using Fantastical.
Window handling, resizing and moving around between spaces is handled with Slate.
For linux VM’s im very happy about Vagrant, so easy to spawn a new VM, currently i have a little handful of VM’s, all of them is ubuntus (development, a Solr server, Jenkins CI and a few other tesing VM’s).
Package management is handled by Homebrew with a few taps homebrew-alt, homebrew-dupes and homebrew-php. The list of installed packages is ack, apc-php, cloc, colordiff, csstidy, ctags, curl, fasd, git, git-flow, mariadb, mutt, nginx, node, php5.3.13, tmux, tree, vimpager, xdebug-php, xhprof-php, zsh. The terminal (iTerm2) in which i almost live, i have customized with zsh and Oh-my-zsh. My Vim setup is customized a lot, and have both configs stored in my dotfiles at Github
Dashlane is where every single password for everything is stored.
On my phone
Coming soon …