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Andy Leverenz

July 13, 2022

Last updated November 5, 2023

My Coding Setup for 2022

It's that time again. My annual coding setup for 2022 is here. In previous years I've outlined a similar set of tools, software, and extensions since I get asked about this a lot. I hope the list highlights some new tools you have never tried or found interesting!

The list is below. Let me know if I should be using something that you can't live without in the comments!

I linked to previous years' setups at the bottom of this post. Check those out too!

Devices

Software Tools

OhMyZSH Theme

Icons I use

Programming fonts

Frameworks and languages

My current VS Code Extensions list

My list is pretty minimal, but some extensions I swear by. Most of these are excellent, and I lean towards the "less is more" philosophy when extending a code editor.

Icons

Utility

VS Code Themes

Asset Hosting and Backups

Application Hosting

  • Rails
  • Static sites / Other
    • Netlify - Used for landing pages mostly. Great for automatic deploy via among the other features available.
    • Hugo - Great for a static site. I use it at https://justalever.com (my personal site)
    • Middleman - Great for a basic blog/website setup if you prefer ruby
    • Vite - I’ll commonly use this for basic stuff even though it’s capable of so much more.

Past setup walk-throughs

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