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Workspace Wednesday: Show me pics of your at-home setup

Last week was super fun, let's do it again 😄

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Ryan Collins

So many Macs...

SE/30

My 8 weeks of WFH

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Félix Paradis

You actually use that Mac for more than decoration?

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Ryan Collins

Yeah, I built a wifi modem with the CHIP computer and use the SE/30 as a terminal. Since I work from the command line for a lot of my day, I can use any machine if it has a decent terminal emulator. ZTerm works very well.

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Jason C. McDonald

I LOVE IT!

Also, +1 for Brave browser. :)

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Joost Kiens

Apparently I like colors 🤷‍♂️

My WFH setup

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Wesley Mutwiri

I just had to ask. What's the theme you're using?👀

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Joost Kiens

Oh it's Synthwave '84.

At first I installed it for fun, but it really grew on me.🤘

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Wesley Mutwiri

Oh. Nice. Thank you very much

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Ben Halpern

Pleasant

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Alexandru-Dan Pop

Need to sell guitars to get some extra monitors 😄
my office

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Adam Whitlock • Edited

Just got this great laptop stand.
Work from home setup

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Valerica Plesu • Edited

let's make it a great Wednesday Alt Text

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Dan Maniés • Edited

It's like an extended dark mode.

desk as extended dark mode

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Félix Paradis • Edited

I miss my standing desk and my big monitor.

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Denis Rendler

Awesome keyboard/keyboards. Can you share a link for it? Thanks

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Félix Paradis

I've actually made detailed reviews about both of those keyboards!
Quest for the Perfect Keyboard: Ergodox EZ vs. Dygma Raise

Links to the actual keyboards:
ergodox-ez.com/
dygma.com/

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Obed Osei Frimpong

I have been using Nextstand 2 for 4 years now. It is really handy.

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Thibault

Camping here to "steal" y'alls setup 👀

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0x3d • Edited

Dev station, workshop, chillout lounge





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Ben Halpern

Wow, what a space!

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Marvin

I love your monitor set up

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Todd Stark II • Edited

Here's mine. I recently added the laptop stand and quickly realized I needed a monitor stand too. I decided to build one out of Legos. I'm pretty happy with it, plus now I always have things to play with during meetings.

My Desk

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Stephanie Handsteiner • Edited

Yes, just the notebook. At some point I need to buy a new external monitor, though. 🤔

Edit: And I apparently have got a new angle. Stupid camera phone.

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Naveen • Edited

MBP, Prism+ 29" wide angle monitor, Keychron k4 mechanical keyboard
Setup

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Pascal Lamers • Edited

Absolute cave mode

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Robin Kretzschmar

Looks cozy :)

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Dave Jacoby

My Desk

Desk from Autonomous.AI (which still sounds like an ML startup not a furniture store)
Swing arms and Laptop stand from Monoprice
Logitech screen
Tertial swing-arm light (left) from Ikea
Swing-arm light/magnifying glass (right)
Swing-arm smartphone stand built from broken light/magnifying glass
Diet Coke

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Dave Jacoby

Think I should show my old workplace and the "standing desk" I used to have.

My old "standing desk"

Left was Linux, right was Windows, and I used Synergy so I just had one keyboard, and an IOGear KVM switch for when I needed to Admin the Windows, but my Logitech Unifying keyboard didn't work well with the KVM, so I modified a Staples "Easy" button with an Arduino-like Teensy that acted as a Human Interface Device and wrote code to send two scroll locks when needed.

And that is an empty toilet paper box holding up the keyboard. Just the right height, but I like my new one better.

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Ahsan S. Sher

Working from home from past 2 years as a lead software engineer. 🙌

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Achal Pathak

Just apply the PLL to ur rubiks cube XD