Software I use personally
- Amethyst. Automatic tiling window manager for macOS à la xmonad.
- Anaconda. A scientific Python distribution, free as in beer and free as in speech
- Arq. Back up your computer every hour wirelessly.
- Alfred. Like Spotlight but a lot more powerful.
- Authy for two-factor authentication.
- Airmail as my email client (which provides good support across devices)
- Bartender. Organize your menu bar apps!
- Bookends for my reference manager.
- Fantastical. A calendar you can’t live without.
- 1Password. Stay secure and manage all your passwords.
- LaTeXiT for previewing $\LaTeX$ formulas.
- Keyboard Maestro. Script OS X’s GUI easily.
- Homebrew. The missing OS X package manager.
- neovim as my editor
- OmniGraffle. Incredibly useful for making figures to go in
- OmniFocus as my todo manager
- Spectacle. Move and resize windows with ease (I use Amethyst instead now)
- Skim. Automatically update PDFs when compiling LaTeX!
- Yoink. Drag and drop ease.
- Gollum + vimwiki + Editorial as my information management solution
- swix, the Swift Matrix Library. Brings a Python/MATLAB like programming
interface to smartphones.
- jem-press, a simple static site generator very similar to jem-doc. The
documentation is a preview and is implemented in jem-press. This was
designed for academic sites in mind.
- python-drawnow, a Python package that allows easy updating a figure, very
similar to Matlab’s
- templates. Like the how I style certain things? Most templates I use are
available on GitHub.