8 bits of bun

Workspace


One where creativity can be seen

Usually people keep their workspaces nice and tidy, while i usually don't.

I think that there's ideas where stuff is laying around.

Where i started with a single core at 350MHz in a huge PC case in 1999, i am now using more space efficient systems for development, while going from Extended ATX into smaller builds with Micro ATX.


Hardware

Main laptop:

  • Intel core i3 7130U
  • 8GB DDR4 2133
  • 128GB M.2 SSD
  • No second Storage
  • Nvidia MX150
    (won't exit sleep)
  • Fresh&Rebel 75W
    mobile laptop charger

Workspace system:

  • Intel Core 2 quad Q8400S
  • 8GB DDR2 800 (@ 667)
  • 250GB Samsung 750 SSD
  • AMD RX 550 2GB graphics
  • Dell optiplex 360 DT
    Mainboard, PSU & case
  • PCI WiFi card

Other workspace equipment:

  • Amplifier: Renkforce MP-2000
    (modded for longterm stability)
  • Speakers: Half Ghost (DIY)
  • MIDI: Alesis Q49 (USB MIDI)
  • Instument(s): none
  • Monitor: Benq GW2270
  • Mic: DAP PL08S
  • Cam: Logitech E7500

Home Theater PC:

  • AMD Ryzen 5 2600 
    clocked at 3GHz
  • 16GB DDR4 3200 CL16
  • 500GB SSD+2TB HDD (SATA)
  • Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti graphics
  • ASRock B450M-HDV
  • OEM TFX power supply
    350W 80+ bronze

Software

Some software may appear multiple times, re-using some for muliple purposes.

Bare metal programming

  • Arduino IDE
  • Teensyduino
  • Notepad++
  • MS Paint (GUI)
  • Axoloti patcher (DSP)

Game development

  • Gamemaker studio 2
  • Gamemaker 8
  • GMedit
  • Visual studio community
  • Notepad++
  • MS Paint (pixel arts)
  • Godot (planned)

CAD design & render

  • Sketchup make
  • Sketchup STL extention
  • Kerkythea x64 renderer
  • Sketchup Kerkythea extention
  • MS Paint (texture editing)
  • Blender (planned)

Music production

  • FL Studio 20 (producer)
  • JP6k VST
  • Sanford Reverb VST
  • Camelcrusher VST
  • Camelphat VST
  • Ohmicide VST
  • Sylenth1 (planned)

Website development

  • Notepad++
  • Firefox
  • Ungoogled Chromium
  • MS Paint (image creation)
  • Gimp (planned)

How i generally work

My workflow is usually doing one thing at a time, without background interference (chat apps) closed for focussing on what i am doing.

I use one desktop with one screen, as i find virtual workspaces a bit of a hassle (might change that with a custom mapped keypad sometime).

I do things rather a bit slower than hurry and stressing out on.

Last edited: October 12, 2019, 16:45

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