Software I rely on, beloved gadgets, and my top recommendations

Folks often inquire about my go-to tools for software development, productivity, and even my guilty pleasure purchases that give me the illusion of productivity. Hence, I've compiled an extensive list of all my preferred items.


  • 16” MacBook Pro, M1 Max, 32GB RAM (2021)

    Before this, I had been working on a 16-inch MacBook Pro with an Intel i9 processor. The disparity between the two is striking. Despite subjecting it to the intense strain of our numerous launch simulations, I have yet to hear the fans whirring even once since switching to the new system.

  • LG UltraFine Display Ergo 4k (32 Inch)

    A high-quality monitor that boasts a stunning 4K resolution and ergonomic design features, making it a great choice for professionals who require both performance and comfort.

Development tools

  • PyCharm

    A powerful IDE for Python programming that offers advanced features such as code analysis, both remote and local debugging, and testing tools, making it a top choice for developers who work with Python.

  • Sublime Text

    Despite lacking the fancy IDE features that most people depend on, Sublime Text remains the greatest text editor ever created, in my opinion.

  • TablePlus

    This exceptional database software has spared me the need to create countless admin interfaces for my diverse projects throughout the years.


  • Figma

    I initially adopted Figma as a mere design tool, but it has now evolved into our company’s digital whiteboard, thanks to its exceptional collaboration features that I never imagined would be the real game-changer.