Software I use, gadgets I love, and other things I recommend.

Here’s a big list of all of my favorite stuff that I use to build, design, document a software, to share something in the community and stay productive.


  • 16” Intel-based Lenovo E15, 16GB RAM (2023)

    It’s been more than 4 years now, I’m using Levono ThinkPad series of laptops. I didn’t feel any issue with it, even works well under the incredibly heavy loads. It’s just rock solid. Also thinking to try out Macbook, this year.

  • HP 24f 24-inch (FHD) Display

    The only display I tried working with, and it works fine. Light-weight, with adjustable height.

  • 4tech G3-200N Wireless Mouse

    Something about all the gestures makes me feel like a wizard with special powers. This mouse still alive even falling thousands of time from the desk. It feels like imortal.

  • Sony (WH-XB910N) Headband

    Elevating my auditory journey, my Sony wireless headphones immerse me in a world of impeccable sound. With plush comfort and sleek design, they create an oasis of music, effortlessly weaving every note into a tapestry of sonic delight. Cord-free and intuitively controlled, they’re a modern marvel, accompanying me through both rhythm and silence, enhancing each moment with their harmonious presence.

  • Unknown - Chair

    If I’m going to slouch in the worst ergonomic position imaginable all day, I might as well do it in an expensive chair.


  • GitHub

    GitHub Helps to version every bit of code that I ever written. I’m using it since 2016 and I just love it.

  • Google Cloud Platform

    Helps manage and host all form of client’s software applications on cloud using Docker, Kubernetes through CI/CD configuration.

  • Netlify

    I’m fan of Netlify which helps me host my portfolio website free of cost and provides great toolings to manage deployment and custom domain configuration.

Development tools

  • VS-Code

    Visual Studio Code is a streamlined code editor with support for development operations like debugging, task running, and version control. It’s powerful beast, with all features. Loving and using it for past 5 years.

  • ZSH

    Replaced bash with customized zsh using oh-my-zsh, and that’s just amazing powerful shell for Ubuntu. Obviously, it remembers things for me that I work with everyday.

  • Docker

    Helps me to run Postgres locally or accessing from remote connection either with proxy or docker host. Also pretty awesome when accessing, debugging images running on remtoe VM.

  • Kubernetes

    Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration platform that enables me to manage, deploy, and scale containerized applications with ease on Google Cloud Platform.


  • Figma

    Started using Figma as just a design tool but now it’s become our virtual whiteboard. Never would have expected the collaboration features to be the real hook.

  • Pixlr X

    Simple, intuitive and free web tool that helps me with designing posts for LinkedIn, Twitter or Insta and from croping images to exporting them in various formats.


  • Notion

    Helps me to document what builds a knowledge base from technical to non-technical aspects of the projects.

  • Google Keep Notes

    Notes taking buddy on the internet - works best when online or off-line.

  • Notebook

    Thanks to my friend, Attefaq who gifted me a notebook. It helps me to jot my activities down for the whole week with black ink.