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

I get asked a lot about the things I use to build software, stay productive, or buy to fool myself into thinking I'm being productive when I'm really just procrastinating. Here's a big list of all of my favorite stuff.


  • 14” HP Laptop 14-bs0xx

    I was using an HP Laptop 14-bs0xx since I was in high school, this laptop by default use 4GB RAM, then I updated it to 8GB. This laptop is worth it for coding and design

  • Archlinux OS

    I use Archlinux for support my productivity, I'm using arch linux around 2021 latest. I'm very comfortable using Archlinux until now, because this OS is fast, light, and stable

  • Logitech M170 Mouse

    This mouse has accompanied me in create design since mid-2020. I recommend for this mouse, because this mouse have durable and has amazing battery life (2 years).

  • Logitech K380 Keyboard

    The keys on the Logitech K380 have a satisfying tactile feedback and are well-spaced, making typing comfortable and accurate. One notable feature of the Logitech K380 is its ability to connect to smartphones and tablets, which is particularly useful for those who frequently work on multiple devices

  • Fantech OC-A258 Chair

    Overall, the Fantech OC-A258 Chair offers a fantastic combination of comfort, durability, and style. It is a great choice for anyone looking for a high-quality chair that can provide long hours of comfortable seating.

Development tools

  • Visual Studio Code

    Visual Studio Code stands out as a top-notch code editor that combines versatility, customization, and user-friendliness. Its extensive ecosystem of extensions, efficient editing capabilities, and intuitive interface make it an excellent choice for developers across different domains.

  • PhpMyAdmin

    PhpMyAdmin is a powerful and user-friendly tool for managing MySQL databases. Its intuitive interface, extensive features, and platform independence make it a valuable asset for developers and database administrators.

  • Mongodb Compass

    Great software for working with Mongodb database. Has saved me from building about a thousand admin interfaces for my various projects over the years.

  • Postman

    One of the standout features of Postman is its ability to save and organize requests into collections, making it effortless to manage and share APIs. It also offers a wide range of request types, including GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, and more, allowing developers to interact with APIs in various ways.


  • Figma

    I'm started using Figma as just a design tool but now it's become my assetable and primary tool for myself. Never would have expected the collaboration features to be the real hook.

  • Dribbble

    I use dribbble to share my portfolio design so that many people see it, and it helps me in building personal branding

  • Instagram

    Same as Dribbble, but it's for for Instagram users who like UI/UX design

  • Uplabs

    I use uplabs to share my designs, where people can download my designs. Also You can visit my Uplabs profile to download my designs


  • Notion

    Notion is a highly flexible productivity tool that excels in helping users organize and collaborate effectively. Whether you're an individual seeking personal productivity or a team working on complex projects, Notion provides the tools and flexibility to streamline your work and boost your efficiency.

  • Telegram

    I use Telegram to share my link portfolio on Dribbble, Uplabs, and Instagram. So that many people visit and it helps increase traffic

  • Pomofocus

    Pomofocus is an excellent productivity tool that helps users effectively manage their time and enhance their focus. With its intuitive interface and simple yet powerful features, Pomofocus makes it easy to implement the Pomodoro Technique

  • YouTube

    I use YouTube to listen to music when I'm doing design and coding. It helps to keep my good mood, besides that Youtube helps me solve my problems when coding