Software, Hardware, and everything in between

I've consolidated a list of everything I use in my day-to-day work and hobbies. Feel free to reach out if there's something you're interested in learning more about.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, M1 Pro, 16GB RAM (2022)

    I decided to get this since I knew I would be traveling a lot and wanted to continue working on my side projects. Originally I’ve only ever used PCs (custom built!!), but it was always a headache getting the tech stack to work, installing libaries/packages, and setting up a VM. I’m still amazed at how well my MacBook runs and only regret not getting it sooner. I can be up and running within seconds instead of making my set up a chore.

  • Ducky One 2 Mini - Pure White

    OK, I couldn’t help but get this after seeing it mentioned on Reddit. I probably should have gotten a larger size, but I gotta say, the sound and style is so satisfying.

Development tools

  • VS Code

    The standard.

  • Cypress / Playwright

    For automated testing. I lean more towards Cypress, but decided it would be beneficial to learn Playwright.


  • TailWindUI

    Tailwind makes my life so much easier. I can pick pieces from different concepts and have an app UI up and running without spending additional time designing something new from scratch.

  • MaterialUI/HeadlessUI

    Similar benefit to Tailwind but with the reusability of components. Not having to create a button from scratch makes my life easier. Originally I used MaterialUI with Tailwind, but I’m not implementing HeadlessUI to avoid building customization on top of the MaterialUI stack.


  • 8in Dobsonian Orion SkyLine (Zhumell)

    Great for seeing the moon and planets, not so great at seeing nebulas and galaxies.

  • AutoStakkert

    For stacking frames of processed videos

  • PIPP

    Initial processing of raw videos.

  • RegiStax 6

    Color balancing and Wavelets