VSCode - My favourite text editor ever.
DBeaver - accessing databases remotely.
Insomnia - to test API's I'm building.
Telegram - Other than using it for communicating, I've made so many other use cases, especially once I started building bots for our home automation etc, server logs, etc.
Awesome! what automation for home did you build with telegram?
Notion, Alfred and ClearShot.
I moved from MacOS to Ubuntu last year and super happy with Joplin :)
Definitely Figma for design
& Simplecast for podcasting.
The Archive - for note-taking (no more post-its) - zettelkasten.de/the-archive/
Basecamp - for project management (gives me both total piece of mind and full control about all the gazillion things that need to be taken care of) - basecamp.com
I like Readwise.io
It basically syncs your bookmarks and highlights from books you read and turns them into flashcards. I tend to highlight a lot but never actually looked at the highlighted text, Readwise solved that for me.
aText Typing Accelerator : www.trankynam.com/atext/
"aText accelerates your typing in any application by replacing abbreviations with frequently used phrases you define."
I use it to respond by email and to the Linkedin comments. Often as a FAQ. an incredible time saver
Grammarly is a great product for anyone who writes lots of emails. Just having it in my back pocket has reduced my writing fatigue significantly.
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