OSX

OSX basic setup. I used to have a shit-tone of programs installed on Debian+Openbox, each one for a small thing. On OSX I'm amazed how little pieces of sotware I have for my daily use.

Spectacle

Windows organizer without using the mouse. Default keybindings are good enough.

Just changed the Fullscreen one replacing the defaults OSX 'Open Finder' that I don't use anyways:

Fullscreen = cmd+option+space

Sublime

Very nice editor. Don't forget to buy your license. Basic configuration:

{
	"env":
	{
		"GOPATH": "$HOME/Documents/projects/langs/go"
	},
	"font_size": 14.0,
	"open_files_in_new_window": false,
	"rulers":
	[
		120
	],
	"tab_size": 4,
	"trim_trailing_white_space_on_save": true
}

iTerm2

Awesome terminal. I use zsh as a default shell and its a very powerful combination. I install brew and a few commands:

brew install tmux ansible unrar zsh mcrypt

SourceTree

Lets you manage you git/mercurial repositories with a GUI. While it does not have the power of a CLI, it does the job the 95% of the time

f.lux

Adapts the color of the screen at night, making it warmer.

Vox

Radio Player. I use it just to tune in Ibiza Global Radio, which is in the source of the 'free ones'

Spotify

Who doesn't like music on demand? A must for me.

VLC

Video Player, it plays almost everyhing

Transmission

Really good torrent client.

XCode

Basic if you want to install other stuff.

Calibre

Ebook reader that can sync books to Kindle.

Docker quickstart termianl

For playing with Docker.

Virtualbox

Virtualizing machines. Hany if you have Vagrant as well.