Hands down the best Python web framework I've used. Very easy to extend and add apps and go from 0 to full project quickly and painlessly. I built a fully authenticated project with a single endpoint in less than 30 minutes.
Really great framework for building RESTful APIs. Lots of plugins for it!
Super easy to develop high-quality prototypes without much overhead.
Great for sanity checking on difficult problems and helping new programmers learn the ropes!
Best source control there is. Mercurial is good too, but I also prefer GIT commands. Gitflow ftw.
Used it at almost every job I've had.
Best version of HTML so far!
Great for handling list-based tasks (similar to a Kanban board).
Best GIT repository management software that allows free closed-source projects. Also works seamlessly with other Atlassian products.
Use it daily for issue / task tracking for team members and projects.
Use it daily for document and code editing.
Great package manager.
Mostly use it for NPM.
Good for DOM manipulation.
Easy, free, good for all open-source projects. Nice interface.
Super easy to use and configure for web hosting.
Use it daily for everything. Hands-down best language I've used so far.
Use it when I need to create a quick front-end landing page.
Use it on a daily basis to store important documents on the cloud.
Use it on a daily basis to make HTTP requests and test application endpoints.
Use it on a daily basis to create beautifully formatted documents / pdfs.
Because I have to... easy to do quick conference calls and screen-sharing.
My current go-to Linux distro, although Mint and Raspbian are also used.
Daily use for location-based services
Not by choice... (used it to build my master's portfolio and at various jobs)
Project Task Management
Creating charting components.
Storing and sharing files easily, as well as online collaboration.