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Teaching or mentoring at IT-dedicated education programmes as your side commitment
E.g. giving speeches on IT matters at non-IT events.
Doing a popular/prolific blog on IT matters, especially with popularizing or educational resolve or leading a popular social media community about the IT industry. E.g.
Taking part in charity aimed at pushing the IT industry forward, e.g. education programmes in IT.
Public speaking at IT/IT-adjacent conferences (especially as a key-speaker) or participation in their organisation.
The majority of Immigram's clients take part in such events, some of them take place during large conventions, such as PyCon. The public speeches are listed in their External Profiles and are supported with links to the performances.
Writing and publishing articles on IT&Digital in any media.
A great example would be the organisation called «Girls in Tech», which helps women overcome boundaries and excel in the technology industry.
Creating or participating in projects aimed at bringing equality to the IT industry.
Telegram сhannels: for instance, our client D. has created «Experimental chill» a channel which now has over 3 thousand subscribers. D. covers IT news, posts educational content, shares algorithms and curious cases from his own experience. The Telegram channel served as an excellent addition to the External Profile, emphasizing D.'s involvement in the IT industry.
Contribution to the open-source community, especially as a creator of an open-source project or major contribution to some prominent open-source projects.
Many clients of Immigram are contributors to popular Open sources, such as Go, Linux Kernel, ClickHouse, and others. We mention their experience in the CV and add descriptions of the open sources and links.
Participating in PR activities aimed at increasing interest in the IT sector.