At the start of October, I began a new adventure. I’m the PyCharm and WebStorm Developer Advocate at JetBrains. More of the former, some of the latter. This morning JetBrains published the introductory interview with more detail.
I’m super excited about this. As I said in the article, I’ve been wanting for a while to work with others in a product company, learning about all the ways stuff really gets made. And lucky me, the product I use the most, PyCharm, was looking for someone to do the kind of job I enjoy the most.
For now I’ll still be doing a portion of time with Agendaless on existing work. And of course, I’ll still be in the communities I’m currently in, probably doing more, as JetBrains has legit support for people spending time on open source work. It’s deeply, deeply exciting to think of all the relationships in Python I’ll be working on in the coming years. Lots of good going on that we can support.