Framework 12th Gen DIY Edition
For years I had been using a Dell XPS 13 as my main laptop, but once Framework opened pre-orders for Australia, I jumped right on it. This laptop embodies everything I love about open technology. The freedom to change out parts, the ability to upgrade the CPU and RAM, and the ability to use any operating system I want.
(Currently running Fedora).
Intel NUC (Hades Canyon)
I bought this thing when I moved to Melbourne, because my old desktop was too big to bring. Aside from having a lot of I/O, it is a little powerhouse, and the backbone of my daily workflow.
(Currently running Ubuntu).
I have lots of keyboards, but the one I use the most is the one that got me into the hobby. The venerable ErgoDox EZ from ZSA. After using this keyboard, I became a full-on split mechanical keyboard enthusiast.
Logitech MX Ergo
As part of my quest for supreme ergonomics, I've tried a lot of pointing devices. I'm currently happy with the MX Ergo, so much so that I don't even both swapping it out when I do the occasional gaming.
SecretLab Titan 'Gaming' Chair
I didn't have the money, or the patience to get a Herman Miller chair, so I went for what seemed like the next-best thing. Can confirm, it is a nice chair to sit in all day.
As much as I love VS Code, I still find myself using IntelliJ IDEA for PHP development.
I use Vim anywhere I can. I use it in the terminal, I use it in VS Code, I use it in IntelliJ IDEA. I use it everywhere. I've sad it before and I'll say it again, Vim is the single most impactful tool I've ever spent time learning. It defines who I am.