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Here's a quick rundown of the programs, languages, utilities, etc. that I currently use day to day.

Operating Systems

OS X Mavericks

I've only used OS X for 6 months now, but I really like it. I've used BSD flavors in the past.

Linux Mint

Linux Mint has been my favorite Linux distro for over a year now. Fast, clean, and up to date.

Programming tools

Git

My favorite source control software.

Source Tree

Source Tree is a super slick git client from Atlassian. Super slick.

OH MY ZSH!

I use zshell, therefore I use OH MY ZSH. Sure it may be conformist to the neckbeards, but I like it. I use it on OS X and Linux.

Visual Studio 2012

I write C# code by day. This is what I use

  • VsVim Must have vim bindings for Visual Studio

###Emacs My new favorite ditor. The extensibility and plugins are great. I love the ability to have the embedded terminal.

  • Paredit Keep those parens in line.
  • Scrum.el Nice little plugin to provide burndowns and todo boards for Scrum tasks.

###vim My old favorite editor. It's powerful and fast. Command line at it's best. I still use it occasionally.

iTerm 2.0

Awesome terminal for OS X.

Dash

Every programmer that uses OS X should have this app

Tmux

The terminal multi-plexer to rule all terminal multi-plexers.

Databases

PostgreSQL

My personal database of choice.

  • PostGIS Geospatial plugin for PostgreSQL

Social, productivity, general applications

###Buffer Buffer is a nice way to cue up tweets and posts so you don't flood your followers.

###Tweetbot The best Twitter client I've found.

###Instapaper Instapaper keeps all the things I want to read and never have time to read. Tons of other app integrations. Very very nice.

Firefox

My personal browser of choice. I really like the web development tools.

OwnCloud

Personal cloud. Easy to setup, fast, and efficient.

1 Password

Nice password manager. It's not cheap, but it works well. Worth the money.

f.lux

Nice utility to adjust screen warmth based on time of day. This is my chocie for OS X.

Redshift

Another utility to adjust screen warmth based on time of day. This is my choice for linux.

Dropbox

Dropbox, because, well drop box. Yes, I use Dropbox and OwnCloud.

Homebrew

Nice package manager for OS X.