Pet projects are not only about cool apps on Github, and you don't have to be a developer to have one. It can be any side project connected to your field: a podcast, a videoblog with tutorials, or a Telegram channel. Or maybe something else?
If you are a proud owner of a pet project, have ever thought about starting one, or just interested in the topic, join our discussion to get inspiration and valuable feedback. Feel free to take your turn and speak about your own project.
WTM English club is a series of informal meetups where we discuss IT topics, meet new people, and improve our English skills. Don't worry about your English level — you can join and be a patient listener or participate more actively if you feel comfortable.
I have been in IT for ten years and can't part with the mobile industry. I started as an iOS developer back in the days of the iPhone 3GS. I have been working as CTO in a small startup and as an engineering manager in the biggest Russian classified and burned out three times 😂 Now, I'm a developer advocate for Kotlin! I'm totally in love with it and strongly believe in the future of cross-platform mobile development, especially with Kotlin. IT is not only a job but also my hobby — I'm a co-host of a popular Russian IT Podcast.
I code a bit and speak English a bit, so I became a front-end developer and a host of the WTM English club.