Andrew Jaswa

Software, Daily

I recently had a harddrive crash in my MBP and it got me thinking about the software I use on a daily basis, since I had to restore all of it.

  1. Chrome, probably one of the best browsers out there today.
  2. Firefox, still use FF from dev work and some sites.
  3. Coda, a great all around code editor.
  4. MacVim, my co-workers have gotten me hooked on MacVim, though there are still some things I like about Coda so it won’t be taking over as my full time editor, maybe 50/50.
  5. Adium, what is there to say? All around best IM client there is?
  6. Transmit, another great tool from the guys at Panic, you can mount (s)ftp servers as local drives and other magical things with this tool.
  7. Clusters, compresses files on your harddrive seamlessly. I’ve already saved 15.6 gigs.

That pretty much sums up the software I use every day. I have to admit, when I started this list I thought it would be longer. I guess I use more websites and cloud services than I thought.

category life,software
June 19, 2011
Andrew Jaswa