Resources

Welcome to the Pythonista Planet Resources page.

My goal on this page is to recommend the best resources and tools I can put together. Most of these are stuff that I use. Some of the links given below are affiliate links.

Technical Books

These are some of the technical and career-related books I’ve used to advance my skills in software development.

You can also download the free eBooks that I have created on various programming languages and topics. Click here to download them.

Software Development Tools

These are some of the code editors and tools that I use for coding.

Online Courses

I’ve done some research to find out the best courses available online for learning various technologies. Here are my recommendations:

Python One-To-One Sessions

If you’re looking for learning Python directly from someone who knows the language well, then I would suggest you check out PlusOneTuition. This website provides one-to-one Python sessions starting from scratch to advanced-level programming. If you’re interested, give it a try and schedule a demo session. See if it works for you and then you can decide whether to go for paid sessions or not.

While you sign up, use the code “Pythonista Planet” (in the input field that asks “Where did you find this website?”) to get a 10% discount on the price. Click on this link and sign up for a free Python demo class.

Python Course In Malayalam

If you’re from Kerala (which is where I’m from), I want you to know about a great Python course in Malayalam. “The Python Programming Masterclass” is a fantastic course to learn Python in your native language itself. This course was created by Mishel, who is my friend and the founder of Geekinsta. Click here to check it out if you’re interested.

Freelancing

These are the platforms I recommend for doing freelance work.

Blogging

These are some of the tools that I use for blogging.

  • Cloudways (For WordPress hosting)
  • Grammarly (For checking grammar and other mistakes while writing)
  • Canva (for creating graphics and images)
  • Ezoic (Ad Network)
  • Payoneer or PayPal (for receiving international payments)

Non-Technical Books

Even though I’m not an avid reader at the moment, I try to read non-technical books, especially self-development books when I get time. I only buy books that are having high-rating and good reviews. Most of these books are suggested to me by some YouTubers or someone I trust regarding that corresponding topic. In short, these books are absolute gems!

I have a bucket list of more than 100 books and I don’t think I’ll ever read all of them. But, I’ll try to buy the paperback versions one by one or use Audible to listen to the audio book version, or go through the book summary using podcasts/YouTube channels like 2000 Books, One Percent Better, etc.