From a completely fresh Macbook, you'll need to first configure the local git installation. If you don't do this, you can't finish installing
git config --global user.email email@example.com
brew with the instructions at brew.sh.
Install everything from Software
To show off the power of
brew, install all of our team tools at once:
brew install --cask 1password brew install --cask 1password-cli brew install --cask slack brew install --cask loom brew install --cask around brew install --cask visual-studio-code brew install --cask gpg-suite brew install jq
brew install --cask cron
1Password CLI Config Setup
1. Install 1password-cli with homebrew above
op account add --address flexpa.1password.com --email firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Enter your secret key (you can find that on https://flexpa.1password.com/profile)
eval $(op signin flexpa)
5. Be sure to have installed jq, a command-line JSON processor.
Visual Studio Code Live Share
VS Code Live Share is an extension that gives us the opportunity to simultaneously write and review code on VS Code.
Before downloading this extension, you must install Rosetta 2, which enables a Mac with Apple silicon to use apps built for a Mac with an Intel processor.
To install Rosetta, enter the following in your terminal:
Once installed, restart your computer.
Now you can easily install Live Share from Extensions in VS Code. Further instructions and information on Live Share can be found here.