Stepping outside of my existing workflow and trying new things

Like most people, you find what works for you and you typically stick with it, I’m looking to change that when it comes to software, hardware, and services that I pay for. I use a bunch of web development tools to get the various jobs and tasks that I do on a regular basis and I’m starting to see that some of these things I only use only because I know the people that make them or I’ve been using it for years. I’m done thinking like that and I’m starting to try out new things to tweak my workflow to optimize the journey to the end result.

I’m trying my best to find replacements to tools and services I use for a few reasons: cost, time, difficulty/ease of use, and new hotness.

Apps

Quick Launchers

Menu Bar Management

Text Editors

Email

Local Web Development

File Sharing

As I start finding more of these things to try out I’ll add them to this list and will update it with what I’m currently using. Let me know in the comments if you are using anything new or different than what I’m using, I’d love to give it a try!

Posted by Jason Tucker

I'm Jason Tucker, WordPress web developer, IT manager at a non profit, creator of audio and video podcasts, tech writer, husband to Jen Tucker and father to our 3 awesome kids. I build the internet so you don't have to.

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