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My favorite tools and software.

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Airtable

Whenever I need to make a quick demo, I use airtable instead of a database to minimize the hassle.

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Apollo

The best 3rd party Reddit app on the App Store.

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Linear

Whenever some project gets too big to fit in a reminders app, it works in linear. I link it to GitHub so issues don't get out of control.

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Make

I love automation, and make (formerly integromat) is a great platform to hook little tools here and there. Whenever I need to integrate several tools in under an hour, I use make

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Next.js

The best way to build modern React websites.

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Obsidian

When I want to take notes, Obsidian makes it easy to capture, order and relate them to each other.

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Paddle

Paddle helps me to setup automatic subscription channels, and most importantly, handle payments from anywhere in the world. This way, I can focus on building instead of taxes.

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Tailwind CSS

A compositional CSS framework that makes styling websites easy. It’s like writing CSS on steroids.

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Things

Things is my second brain. It’s the gold standard of software design: fast, fun, easy to use, beautiful, with a complete cross-device story.

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Typefully

The best way to grow presence on twitter. Every time I have to write a twitter thread, I do it with Typefully

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Vercel

Everything I make on the internet lives on Vercel. Vercel is the gold standard of developer tools.

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Visual Studio Code

The Code Editor

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Zapier

The Automation Tool everyone loves. Zapier integrates and automates almost any other tool you would need to setup your business at reasonable pricing.

About these links

I only recommend apps and tools that I use every day and think are excellent. Nobody is paying to be on this list.

However, some of the links above are affiliate links. If you don’t want to click them out of principle, I understand. Any affiliate income earned goes straight back into powering this website and my other side projects: servers, storage, domain names, and other operational costs do add up.