- Todoist — I couldn't function effectively without my trusty todo list!
- Obsidian — Second brain & knowledge base.
- Google Calendar — Boring, but effective.
- Anki — A flashcard app that uses spaced repetition. I use it to practice vocab.
- Pimsleur — My favorite way to start learning a language. It's based on listening and repetition, so it's great for improving your accent.
- Glossika — A great way to practice speaking. It's based on listening and repeating sentences and has lots of language pairings (e.g. Czech to Russian).
- Mango — Solid alternative to Duolingo. If you have a public library membership, it may be free for you.
- DeepL Translator — Like Google Translate, but more natural translations.
- Glosbe Dictionary — Dictionary with tons of languages and example sentences sourced from the web.
Tech — Languages
- Python — Fantastic for AI/ML work
- Rust — For writing low-level code with a modern build system, great syntax, and no segfaults :)
Tech — Libraries
- React — By far my favorite framework for building websites
- Next.js — Solid ecosystem, great performance
- Tailwind — Literally so much better than writing CSS by hand in separate files
Tech — Platforms