AlienDev211 - 6:49 pm on Jun 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
I like coda for development for most situations. I also use Komodo IDE and textwrangler for many things.
I use terminal a lot, and have a plugin called visor for terminal so i can keep one terminal window open at all times and it slides down from the top of the screen like i was playing a game of quake. using this plugin, you can also open other windows of terminal and still have the main one hidden up top (i use the visor window for root, and others for normal access).
I know a lot of designers use a program called rapid weaver, i have occasionally help develop themes for them for that. it does a lot of coding and what not for you. like dreamweaver would, but it is mac based, and has a big mac feel.
other then all that, i use evernote (note taking), drop box (file sycning, i use linux machines too, so this syncs linux folder with a mac folder.. its beautiful), cyberduck (ftp), skype (on a mac it can see your contact program, making calling your clients easy), synergy (multi-computer/os keyboard and mouse sharing), trucrypt (encryption software), and xmind (mind mapping, brainstorming, flow charts).