I'm Thomas, co-founder of Raycast, which is a productivity tool to speed up everyday tasks. It's the first time I'm building a company which also happens to be fully distributed. Before, I was a software engineer at Facebook, where I was working on augmented reality. My passion is to make things for people who make things. It's the amplifying effect with tools that I'm interested in. If I'm not in front of a Mac, you'll most likely find me cooking or doing sports.
I like my desk clean to minimize distractions. For this, I use my Mac in clamshell mode with an external display. I usually have one maximized window open to concentrate on the given task and have my notebook handy for sketches and thoughts. Also, I have the Do Not Disturb option enabled on all my devices. I rather pull information than get overwhelmed by push notifications.
In no particular order: Linear for issue tracking, CleanShot for all-things screenshots, Around for quick video calls, Notion for note-taking and knowledge management, Front as shared email inbox and Raycast (shameless plug) for doing everything a little faster.
I'm working on Raycast, which is a productivity tool to get stuff done faster. Think of it as a Swiss Army knife for your Mac: Quickly launch apps, join video calls, create Linear issues, manage GitHub pull requests and much more.
It's the first time I'm working in a fully distributed company, hence my advanced video conference setup. It also happens to be the first company my co-founder and I are building.