Sublime Text (now at v3 beta) is where I’ve spent a good portion of my life over the last 2-½ years. It’s a great cave as far as code caves go.
Sadly Photoshop CC still sits in my toolbelt, Acorn is getting so damn good (same with Pixelmator) but it’s still not quite enough to supplant this required, ever-worsening POS. I pine for the day indie apps kick the crap out of the CC suite.
GitX (L) because it’s a perfect git GUI. And free. I’ve tried so many and keep coming back to GitX (L).
On The Job for time tracking & invoicing. It’s not perfect but it’s the closest I could find to my simple needs. For many years I used Billable and only switched because I didn’t like the successor, Profit Train.
Chromium because I trust Google less every day. It’s always a pain finding a download for this. I can’t even find one now.
ForkLift 2 is still in my belt, because there’s nothing quite like it. I still use Transmit for DockSend. ForkLift has sadly been left to pasture by BinaryNights while they focus on Locko, a 1Password clone.
The Hit List is still the best damn to-do app. I don’t opt to pay for the syncing & iOS app. Reminders is my on-the-go queue for tasks that I dump into Hit List when back at the desk.
Sequel Pro for when you want to navigate MySQL locally. It’s crazy this is free. I just realized you can donate and dropped $10 in the beer fund.