I'll share mine.
Django Basics by JustDjango(Matt) --- This one really helped me 'grokk' Django. I had used many resources but this one was quite enlightening(many lightbulb moments) and practical.
Typing Course - How to Touch Type Faster - New Way to Learn by Udemy --- I've always wanted to learn touch typing, and came across this course on the forum a month ago or so. I put the time in and now I type ~55wpm without looking at the keyboard. It's not much, but learning this lifeskill has really benefited me. Made keyboard an extension of my mind. Its liberating!
Deepwork by Cal Newport ---- Its a book, not a course. But the content in it has helped me organize my 4 hour flow states during hectic workday. It would be injustice not to include it here given how much it has impacted my quality of work.
Glad to provide an update here that I'm now averaging 75-80 wpm with ~98% accuracy for long texts over 3mins. Plateaued at 64-65 for over a month. Was ecstatic to break through it eventually. It took 10-15 min of practising daily, but sure was worth the consistent effort. Used typeracer and monkeytype for the most part. I'm certainly happy with my current progress with no intention of stopping until I hit 100wpm.
But I'm actually here seeking some specific suggestions. Now I want to also put some time deliberately practising touch-typing for coding. That involves becoming one with special characters/symbols/numbers. Please let me know if there any dedicated sites to practise this specifically in relation to programming. Looked around but couldn't really find anything.