I'm a developer working at Amazon.
The UW in my name is a common source of confusion, it stands for University of Waterloo, not Washington. I was born in Russia and spent about half my life there, then studied in Canada and interned in the US (NY, Seattle, SF).
While I'm ready to sign up for pretty much any event my friends organize, there are a few things I can truly call my own.
Since the beginning of undergrad I've been really into fitness. While most of my time is spent lifting weights at the gym, I also do some archery (have my own recurve bow), some rock climbing, and took some static trapeze instruction (which I might get into again later).
I play a lot of board games. There's a fairly large bookcase in the living room nearly filled with games and I'm always getting more. Classics like Settlers and Munchkin, obscure Kickstarter-funded titles, 8-hour long games (Mage Knight, yay!) etc.
Beer is another thing I enjoy quite a bit. Canada is somewhat of a desert when it comes to getting any good brews but the West coast is an oasis in comparison. I will rarely say no to a beer fest and have a kegerator in my living room for those hard-to-find favorites I want to have on-hand. (Currently Ommegang Adoration and Boneyard RPM, 2/24/2014)
A very common evening is coming back from the gym, consuming dinner along with a pint and then drinking 2-4 cups of tea before sleep. (It's a Russian thing, we drink tea all the time)
I'd love to say that I travel a lot but with my busy work/school schedule it just hasn't been happening in recent years. Although I am currently planning an Oktoberfest trip to Germany and a trip to Peru as well.