Inspirsed by Wes Bos and his uses.tech website, I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon and share my development stack!
⌨️ Editor + Terminal
- Visual Studio Code
- Theme: Night Owl by Sarah Drasner
- Font: Microsoft Cascadia Code
- ESLint - Integrates ESLint with VS Code.
- GitLens - Gives a great in depth look into what lines of code were changed, who changed it and why.
- MDX - Adds syntax highligtning to .mdx files, very useful!
- Markdown Preview Enhanced - Preview rendered Markdown in real time as you type.
- Code Time - An open source extension that provides interesting metrics your coding activites such as duration, lines of code written and time spent coding on specific repositories.
- Windows Terminal - An excellent new terminal from Microsoft. Easily allows you to switch between PowerShell and WSL installations and supports multiple tabs amongst other things. Definitely worth checking out!
- Gnome Terminal
- Custom Built Desktop PC
- Intel i5 3570K CPU
- 16GB DDR3 RAM
- Nvidia 1060 6GB RAM GPU
- Corsair Carbide 200R Case
- 2x 128GB SSD, 2x256GB SSD and 2x500GB HDD
- 2x Dell S2721DGFA 27" 1440p 165 Hz IPS Monitors
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4 - Core m3-6Y30, 4GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD.
- Syntax.fm - A brilliant podcast hosted by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski that covers all areas of web development.
- Danny in the Valley - Danny Forsten, the Sunday Times' West Coast correspondant, interviews various heavyweights and up and coming stars of Silicon Valley.
- Darknet Diaries - A great podcast that covers hacking (both whitehat and blackhat), hacktivsm, cybercrime and lots more.
🚀 This Site's Dev Stack
- Next.js - Next.js is an open-source development framework build on top of Node.js enabling React based web applications functionalities such as server-side rendering and generating static websites.
- Tailwind CSS - A great low level utility-class based CSS framework.
- Vercel - Vercel is a deployment and collaboration platform for frontend developers.