I can code in python with some help.
Can you provide some ideas on where to start? What are some simple things I can build by myself? Any ideas?
Then work your way nicely into the forum and be helpful. Only after some time, suggest your product as a solution.
Mine was making cool gifts for people. Now I have a art-piece that I sell: www.finewordclocks.com
It’s not a lot of revenue but it’s fun, gives me an excuse to buy cool “toys” aka tools, and I get to teach my
Kids about making cool things with fancy tools.
The other thing I'd suggest is to read The Four Steps to the Epiphany by Steve Blank - or the follow-on / 2nd Edition, which was re-titled as The Startup Owner's Manual. They're the same book in a sense, but they're different enough that I'd actually recommend reading both eventually. But personally I'd still start with TFSTTE.
If you are willing to do the market research work, pick an audience (say, python developer, since you are one and understand it most), find out whats their problem (maybe setting ENV? maybe setting up a server to deploy to?) , and start from there.
Don't spend hundreds of hours on ideas before you know if it will work or not. If your intention is to make money, make the smallest MVP you can to start testing if it has real potential. If it clearly doesn't work, move onto the next idea.