My setup


One of my favorite websites is I always liked reading about the tools people use to get through their day to day.

This page outlines a few details around my own setup.

I don’t have a carefully arranged photo of my desk, so here’s a snapshot of my messy workspace in the middle of some work:



Note on keyboards

I’m experimenting with keyboards and layouts a lot lately.

I’ve had a bunch of various keyboards over the last couple years, but I prefer the low-profile Choc switches by Kailh (the Purpz version).

My layout config has been slimming down in size since I started experimenting. At the moment I’m using a 34 keys layout and this picture gives an idea of how it works.

34 keys

Current layout configuration lives here.


I use macOS for work, while Linux is my preferred OS for personal computering needs. Even though I’ve been a macOS user for 15+ years, I like Linux more these days.

My Linux setup is barebones: I don’t use a full-fledged desktop environment. A tiling window manager, a fast terminal and a browser — that’s all I need.

I do all text editing and coding in Kakoune, which is a terminal-based text editor and my favorite piece of software.

Some terminal windows running in Sway on my laptop

Here’s a list of essential pieces:




Current desktop configuration lives in a GitHub repo.