Onboarding tips (tools, books, ...)

This page is more of a personal “map” for me to take note and revisit tools that I sometimes need to reinstall in new machines I use for work (both at home or in the workplace). It usually helps me quickly setup and prepare for new monster projects when I’m in Tester-Commando mode.

Feel free to have a look! Or also suggest something new.

“Tools”

Useful browser extensions: uBlock origin, https everywhere, Open multiple urls, ModHeader, noscript

VS Code packages:

batisteo.vscode-django, bibhasdn.unique-lines, donjayamanne.python-extension-pack, erd0s.terraform-autocomplete, eriklynd.json-tools, euskadi31.json-pretty-printer, fabiospampinato.vscode-diff, hashicorp.terraform, hbenl.vscode-test-explorer, hookyqr.minify, lextudio.restructuredtext, littlefoxteam.vscode-python-test-adapter, magicstack.magicpython, mikestead.dotenv, ms-azuretools.vscode-docker, ms-dotnettools.csharp, ms-mssql.mssql, ms-python.python, ms-python.vscode-pylance, ms-toolsai.jupyter, ms-vscode-remote.remote-containers, ms-vscode.test-adapter-converter, nidu.copy-json-path, njpwerner.autodocstring, poeticandroid.vscode-poetry, ptd.vscode-unitymeta, redhat.vscode-commons, redhat.vscode-yaml, shardulm94.trailing-spaces, streetsidesoftware.code-spell-checker, tht13.python, torn4dom4n.latex-support, visualstudioexptteam.vscodeintellicode, waderyan.gitblame, wholroyd.jinja, yzane.markdown-pdf, yzhang.markdown-all-in-one

Sublime packages:

"Babel","BlameHighlighter","BracketHighlighter","Color Highlighter",
"Cucumber Completion","Cucumber Step Finder","Cucumber","Dockerfile Syntax Highlighting","FileDiffs",
"Gherkin (Cucumber) Formatter","Git","Handlebars","JsFormat","Kotlin",
"LoremIpsum","Merge Windows","Multi Select Alphabetizer","Package Control",
"PackageResourceViewer","RegReplace","SCSS","Sass",
"Swift","SyncedSideBar","TrailingSpaces","TypeScript Syntax"

Interesting books I recommend:

This is a list of books I enjoyed reading and would recommend to any fellow developer or tester. I personally think they’re awesome.

Also check out my goodreads and librarything profiles.