what i use

topics: hacking

Below is a nearly-comprehensive list of the software that I regularly use, including under-the-hood stuff which tends to go under-appreciated. 1

Everything listed is Free and Open-Source.











  1. With thanks to David Mytton for the idea, although I don’t believe he did it first.↩︎

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