My go-to for any work done not at my office desk or when travelling. I went with the 8gb version and it's been plenty, even using Docker.
The machine that I do the bulk of my work on. It's the cheapest version and has been plenty powerful enough to do both programming and recording tasks on it.
Mostly for video games, but occasionally for streaming and editing heavier videos. Specs include Ryzen 5 3600, Radeon RX 580, and 16GB of RAM.
A larger 4K 28-inch IPS monitor from Samsung. I also have a smaller 24-inch one in a vertical position on the left side.
After I started working fully from home, I really wanted a standing desk that was easy to move up and down but didn't break the bank.
Microphone for streaming and video recording. After using a Blue Snowball iCE for years, I switched to this dynamic microphone for better noise cancellation.
A custom-built mechanical keyboard, using the GK64 platform. Currently has Kailh Box Jade switches and some thick PBT keycaps.
Hands-down my favorite IDE, especially with frameworks like Laravel. I've tried other solutions but always end up coming back to this.
The theme that I've been using for years with PHPStorm. I have it set to the Atom One Dark color scheme and use the Fira Code font with ligatures.
The application I use to stream web development, and what I used to record my screen with. The settings I use are mostly standard, set to 60 FPS.
Audio for video tutorials is recorded and edited in real-time with this program. Mostly a noise gate and some boost to the low-end for a deeper sound.
What I use to record and edit all of my tutorial videos and courses. It's MacOS only, but incredibly optimized for that platform.
An incredibly feature-rich terminal replacement for MacOS. I use it in conjunction with oh-my-zsh and a modified Robby Russell theme.