For me it’s:
- My Mac
- And my music!
Hahah, I think you guys are missing a couple of obvious ones besides Ruby.
- Headphones (Don’t need music, just need something to place on my head, so that people leave me alone)
@Ohm just reminded me:
Too right! LOL
- Customizable text editor
- Web browser
I was thinking of saying Ubuntu Linux with all the obvious inclusions such as bash. (which is the only shell anyone ever needs starts running :running: ). I use Gnome Terminal with multiple tab windows per project.
I prefer really big headphones. It not only is more obvious you’re wearing them. But for some reason they seem to help stay “in the zone”.
My Mac comes with terminal
I don’t like big headphones - the magnets give me a headache. I have two speakers either side of my room, two smaller higher frequency speakers under my monitor (for stereo image) and a sub and I love Drum & Bass - I turn it up when I don’t want to be disturbed
Daniel, you cheeky so and so!
- On Linux
- Vim / Atom
- Git + Vimdiff and useful alias for log analysis
- Stack Overflow and this Forum
Started with Aptana Studio, really nice to begin with Ruby, but dropped now.
RVM, how could I have forgotten that?! :doh:
I use chruby now - on both dev and server
- FG42 ( My awesome Emacs distro )
- Netbeans (got used to using it years ago when it was THE ruby IDE and have never broken the habit)
- Atom (for when I need a bit of multi-line editing or want to work outside of a ruby project)
- leafpad (because sometimes all I want is a really simple text editor)
- Xubuntu (All the power of Ubuntu - without any of the gumf)
- MySQL Workbench (the best way to dig into MySQL databases)
- Git Gui (Because I can’t count, and I can’t be bothered to remember all the git commands)