Individual approach. Michael— an android developer.

  1. He has a lot of activity (the green squares, below we will look in more detail). During the year he performed more than 1000 different actions. Moreover, most of this activity is (86%) writing commits. Unfortunately, most of his commits are made to private projects, so we won’t be able to view them. What is a commit? Just like a house consists of many small bricks, any project on GitHub consists of many commits. In other words, each commit is, in fact, a small sign of the developer’s work on the project. Every day, while performing various tasks, he makes commits. By analyzing the commits we can see the history of this project, how it developed, what functionality was implemented at the very beginning, and what was added later. I think that’s enough about commits.
  2. He has 9 opensource projects and 263 stars. The number of stars shows the reaction of other developers to Mikhail’s projects. 263 stars is a lot. It will be interesting to see which of his projects received so many stars.
  1. The First Strip. Most of the squares here are gray. Guess what day the squares on this strip fall on? That’s right, Sunday. Weekends are designed to relax :)
  2. In January, we have one column consisting of only gray squares. This is New Year’s Holiday. I hope he spent this time very actively :)
  1. Four years of developing android applications on the Upwork platform and, since 2019, he has been working in the ID Committee team.
  2. In 2017, he actively worked on opensource android applications. Moviemade and YouShows are apps for watching movies and TV series. Written in Java / Kotlin. The apps are available in PlayMarket + videos on youtube.
  3. Also 2017 he actively worked on the project BottomSheet-android widget, a context menu for applications based on material design. The project has more than 190 stars. Currently, the project is not being worked on.
  4. Very actively involved in development on GitHub. In 2017 they were opensource projects, but in the last years they were mostly private projects.

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