I don't have super computers and ultra-fast processors on my desk, but these are my daily drivers.Laptop : HP Notebook 15-AC026TX
Keyboard & Mouse : Logitech MK220
Secondary Monitor : Samsung 19.5"
I've been using ubuntu since version 10.10. I still remember the days that canonical used to ship free copies of ubuntu CDs all over the world. I got dozen of them and distributed in my friend circles. I'm personally proud to introduce ubuntu / linux to people who were struggling with malwares and bugs in Microsoft windows at that time.
Image Editor : Gimp 2
Media Player : VLC
Audio Editor : Audacity
Web Browser : Firefox
Browser Extensions, memory management and its open nature. These are the things that attracted me to firefox.Extenstions :
API Testing : Postman
Torrent : Transmission
Git Client : Sublime Merge
I also use gitkraken for merge conflicts, but sublime-merge has sublime-text integration.
Terminal : Bash (Ubuntu default)
Yeah, dard background and green fonts !
Blogging : Jekyll
I've never used a simple static site generator like this one before. Many thanks to Github pages for the Jekyll integration.
Bulk Image Processing : Imagemagick
Resize, merge, combine and convert bulk images is a piece of cake with this.
Bulk Media Processing : ffmpeg
Slice, convert, re-encode, merge bulk media files in a faster and easier way.
Font : Hack
Theme : Material Theme
Settings : See gist
Extensions : See gist
Platform : NodeJS
Database : MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis
Framework : ExpressJS, React
Services : AWS (Lambda, S3, EC2), Google cloud services, Firebase, IBM watson, Stripe, Sendgrid
Music : Spotify
Video : YouTube
Notes : Google Keep
Analytics : Google Analytics
Web Hosting : AWS
Version Control : Github
File sharing : Google Drive
Spellings and grammer : Grammerly
DNS : Cloudflare
Calendar : Google Calendar
Mail : GMail
Workflow : Teamwork
Communication : Slack
Static content hosting : Github Pages
Domain registration : Go Daddy
Hobby project hosting : Glitch
Not a fan of virtual personal assistants, using this as a news-reader / speaker / calender / phone. Check this.
Top to bottom AMOLED display, Triple camera setup, under the display fingerprint sensor, pop-up camera, 960fps Slo-mo video, Android 10, MIUI and much more, at a reasonable price. Why not then ?
I am not a pro photographer, but I like to take pictures of moments that make me happy. This is a basic camera that I bought to learn and cherish my photography skills.
Sleep tracking and steps count, just in case if I need some motivation for a healthier life.
Lazy enough to get up from the bed to switch off the bulb.
Not so loud, but louder enough to make my room window glasses dance.
I like the idea of making earphones out of pure wood.
Because, its sleek and portable.
I have a couple of units with me. Using one of them as a media center that's connected to the TV.
First MCU that comes to my mind whenever an IoT / electronic project idea pops up.
Laptop / Keyboard / Mouse
Fish : Roger (Royal Blue Fighter)
Plant : Tansa (Lucky Bamboo)
One bottle full of Red Lucky Seeds