Mars Gabutero
Mars Gabutero
Automation enthusiast, novice cook
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I believe it is important to set boundaries between home and work, even in our digital lives. My setup allows me to switch easily between personal and work devices, so I can maintain that separation and shut down whichever is not needed. For any difficult coding sessions, I have my ducks to keep me company.
Monitor: Samsung 34" Ultrawide LS34J550W
Monitor: Samsung 34" Ultrawide LS34J550W
The ultrawide profile is great for productivity. First, I can easily fit three windows side by side on the screen. Second, there's no gap straight down the middle of my main display like there would be with dual monitors. One drawback: this is a flat VA panel so there is color shifting towards the outer edges. I can't recommend it if accurate colors are important to your work.
Monitor: Dell UltraSharp U2412M
Monitor: Dell UltraSharp U2412M
My primary monitor before I upgraded to the ultrawide. Now it contains widgets, chats, and other things I don't need on my main display.
Keyboard: Iris Split Ergonomic
Keyboard: Iris Split Ergonomic
Split keyboards have better ergonomics since you can place them at the correct angle for your wrists. There's also bonus space to put your drink in between.
Headphones: Bose QuietComfort 35
Headphones: Bose QuietComfort 35
Noise cancelling is a must to block out other people working from home. I've had to replace the ear pads twice since 2017, but the electronics are still working perfectly.
Rubber Ducks
Rubber Ducks
My faithful code review buddies.
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