Here is an overview of the technology I use on a regular basis. Feel free to contact me if you have questions or would like a recommendation.



Work machine for development, Tuxedo InfinityBook Pro Gen 7

  • CPU: Intel i7-12700H
  • GPU: Intel Alder Lake-P
  • RAM: 32 GB DDR4
  • Storage: 500 GB NVMe
  • Screen resolution: 2880 x 1800
  • OS: Fedora 39

Desktop PC

Custom built PC, mostly for gaming, which is not really in use anymore.

  • CPU: Intel i5-4690K
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
  • RAM: 8 GB DDR3
  • Storage: 120 GB SSD + 2 TB HDD
  • Monitor: Asus, 1080p
  • OS: Fedora 37


I currently run one Raspberry Pi device in my local network which is used as a digital picture frame. It runs on Raspberry Pi OS which is basically Debian tailored to these devices.

  • Raspberry Pi 3B+, 1 GB RAM

My home serve is an HP Elitedesk 800 G3 SFF with:

  • CPU: Intel i5-6500
  • RAM: 16 GB DDR4
  • Storage: 250 GB NVMe + 2x 4 TB HDD
  • OS: Ubuntu Server 22.04

The server serves in part as a NAS and the data ist stored on two SeaGate IronWolf Pro 4 TB drives running in a zfs mirror.

Steam Deck

Gaming machine

For specs, see here


  • Gaming Headset: HyperX Cloud Alpha
  • Joystick: Logitech Extreme 3D Pro
  • Gamepad: XBox One wireless controller
  • Work Headset: Sony WH-1000XM4
  • Keyboard: Keychron K8, TKL, QWERTZ Layout


I own a Google Pixel 6a with GrapheneOS as operating systems. I realize that buying a Google phone is somewhat ironic for a person like me but GrapheneOS is only available for Pixel devices so I decided to accept this tradeoff.


Here is a non-comprehensive list of the major pieces of software I use, apart from my OS.

Desktop & Laptop

  • Alacritty: Terminal, a Linux minimalist’s best friend
  • helix: Coding, text editing and note keeping
  • zed: Code editor, currently I build from source because application is not officially distributed to Linux yet
  • LibreWolf: fork of Firefox for browsing with extensions:
    • uBlock origin: Ad blocking
    • LibRedirect: Redirect requests to various social networks to privacy-respecting frontends
  • Ungoogled Chromium: When I need a Chromium-based browser for some reason
  • Thunderbird: Reading mail
  • Bitwarden: Password manager
  • LibreOffice: Office suite



  • F-Droid: App store for FOSS-only apps
  • Signal: Instant messaging
  • Threema: Instant messaging
  • Tusky: Mastodon client
  • NewPipe: Privacy-friendly YouTube frontend
  • FairEmail: Awesome mail client, I use the Pro version
  • Proton Suite: Mail, calendar, cloud storage, VPN, password manager
  • OsmAnd: Navigation. I use the F-Droid version, it allows for unlimited map downloads
  • AntennaPod: Podcast app
  • Nextcloud: Client for my Nextcloud server
  • KDE Connect: Share clipboard, files and more between phone and desktop PCs