Same here. Using it for years for "project dev". I mentioned it here too.
I also have ssh clients, ftp sites, other developers, API, repositories, IP addresses, etc.
What I don't use too much is the Brain's notepad. Instead, I use links to inidividual TiddlyWiki files as notes. With TiddlyWiki's 'journal' feature, which allows the creation of blog-like entries, I can even create a lab book to keep track of configuration steps or debug actions.
I thought I'd share how I've been using TheBrain for software development across multiple projects. Perhaps there are others out there like me who typically use a myriad of scripts, tools, IDEs, and test applications during their development process. Maybe this approach will work for you.
Step 1) Thought: Typically I create a "Project name" thought and attach my project folder to it. The notepad serves as my TO-DO list for the project.
Step 2) Children: Project Specific scripts and references are children.
Ant scripts, documents and other project specific items are linked as child thoughts below the "Project name". I like creating "bat" file wrappers over my ant tasks and I typically have them automatically close after a wait period, this reduces many DOS prompts from cluttering my display.
Step 3) Jumps: Applications, tools, and references not specific to the project are jumps. Most of my applications and tools are organized elsewhere in TheBrain as a categorized replacements for the Windows Start menu. For each project I create "Jumps" to the shortcut applications I typically use during development of the project (e.g.: Eclipse, DBVisualizer, Weblogic admin URL, etc...).
In summary, TheBrain helps me reduce shortcut clutter on my display, provides a quick launch pad for tools I frequently use, and helps me remember where I left off when switching between tasks. I've been using it daily for years now.