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Tools, Apps, & Services
I've included several resources that I use on a frequent basis. I never suggest anything that I haven't personally tested or actively use. Reach out if you have any questions about the products or services that I've included on this resources page.
Full Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that I may receive a commission if you make a purchase after using my link. However, this in no way will increase your price for the product or service.
Udemy is a great site for finding cheap training options. Some courses are better than others, so make sure you read comments and reviews from other students before purchasing a course.
I've purchased several courses on Udemy over the past several years. It's worked well for me.
PluralSight is a go to training platform for technology training. If you need to hone in on your tech skills, then a PluralSight subscription may be just what you need.
I don't currently have a PluralSight subscription; however, I've used it quite a bit over the years back when I was elbows deep in .net (C#) code.
I actively use Trello today to manage my own personal and business tasks. I love the ease of using boards, lists, and cards to organize everything in my life.
If you're struggling to stay organized personally, I'd suggest looking at Trello to see if it can help. It's free to use unless you want to use advanced features, known as Power-Ups.
If you don't have a password management solution, you need to get one. The days of using the same password on every site needs to come to an end.
Regardless of whether you use Zoho Vault or another password management solution, you need to start using something.
Slack is super popular in most dev shops these days. The ease of creating channels and chatting with co-workers makes Slack a great collaboration tool.
Slack is free to use without advanced features. It doesn't really make sense to use on your own, but if you ever work on a side project with someone else, Slack would be a great option to stay connected.
This one feels a little out of place here, yet I wanted to include it since I actively use ConvertKit. If you ever decide to promote your own brand online and build a following, you'll need an email marketing solution.
ConvertKit is easy to use, and it works well with WordPress.
When you graduate beyond a Gmail or Yahoo account and get your own custom domain, G Suite is a solid option. I currently use G Suite for my ryanglick.com domain, and it gives me access to Drive, Gmail, Meet, Chat, and Calendar.
It's nice being able to use the Gmail interface for my own custom domain.
I had to include Pixelayn because I'm a co-founder of the company. If you ever want to build a personal brand website or a website for your own business, Pixelayn can assist with the website design and development.
Pixelayn also offers managed website hosting. This isn't GoDaddy or Bluehost hosting, it's fully managed. So, you're going to pay more than those other providers, yet you're going to get much better and more personalized service—including detailed analytics.