These are things that I have found useful or interesting, or spend a large amount of time on.
- tmux: Useful for having multiple workflows in progress on a Linux server or workstation at once.
- asciinema: I use this to create recordings of shell sessions to demonstrate things to people.
- LaTeX: Manuscripts I write are all done in LaTeX these days. It's wonderful for marrying writing and layout in one format.
- drone: CI/CD tool, in the vein of Jenkins but far better.
- Ansible: My previous orchestration management tool of choice. I still use it for small things.
- Chef: This is now the orchestration management tool I reach for first, thanks to its robust DSL.
- Terraform: Infrastructure-as-code. Previously a vital part of my personal infrastructure automation.
- Pulumi: Another infrastructure-as-code tool, and one I prefer over Terraform because of the use of a full language.