Following The Qt Company's decision to withdraw support for the Russian market, KDAB's geolocation block of its website and Upwork stopping its operations in Russia, there's a likely need of Qt support in the country.
As a developer living in Russia and loving Qt (I spend a considerable amount of my free time on Qt-based projects), I would find it very unfortunate if some companies decided to switch to other technologies just for the lack of support.
That's why, with this post, I want to advertise my willingness to help companies deliver their Qt-based projects.
I need to be honest and admit that I do have a fantastic full-time job and that's unlikely that I will be able to dedicate more than 10-15 hours per week on this effort, but even this small amount of time has been so far enough to drive several projects (here's a few examples); and what's more important, I might be able to get more coding help.
I do have a history of contributions to the Qt project starting from 2012, developed for the biggest part in my spare time.
Get in touch!
Whether you are a company or a Qt expert with some free time to spare and you'd like to work with me, you are very welcome to drop me a line. We can try to find a solution for those companies who need Qt support, and create a network of professionals who can commit to do some Qt work.
(While I mentioned Russia above, this idea is not limited to Russian companies or developers in any way! Everybody is welcome, and I promise we'll stay politics-free.)