Thomas Ringling


Just now

Here is what I do right now

Updated: 18. october 2019
  • Dreamplan

    Exciting new project



Newest stuff I play around with
  • Rust

    Learn one new programming language a year, and this year it's Rust.
    I play with Crystal as well. But as it's so like Ruby, which I already know and love, hence I don't really count it as a new one :).

  • Bulma CSS

    Using it for the Dreamplan project, together with VueJS and Elixir/Phoenix

  • Jekyll

    Jekyll for my own website - because I still love Ruby

  • Gridsome

    Gridsome as an Vue.js alternative to Gatsby(React) and slightly more Javascripty than Jekyll (if thats your flavour)

  • Netlify

    Netlify is where I host this site. However Github Pages is an excellent and free alternative and works like a charm when using Jekyll

  • tailwind css

    Used it for my CV webpage, but otherwise playing around with tailwind css for now.


Tools I use daily or experiment with
  • asdf-vm

    I have been playing around with quite some languages lately

    Rust, V lang, Go and Crystal, so I needed a good version manager for easy update and installation of new languages

    asdf-vm had them all, including the ones I use at work - Elixir, NodeJS, Ruby, Java

  • ngrok

    Nice tool for sharing your local server as a public url

  • Visual Studio Code

    My go to editor on all platforms, Windows, OS X & Ubuntu

  • Pixelmator

    My go to image editing tool

    Simpler than Photoshop, but has everything I need

  • Adobe Xd

    I have just started using this tool for UI design

    It is free and looks pretty promising

  • Docker

    I have 'played' around with Docker since 2013

    I use it in production, but mostly for development and when I try new stuff