“I always wanted to be an inventor”
Since I was a little kid I loved finding things out. My parents let me take apart electrical devices that were broken. My dad gave me a science birthday party when I turned 9. I was always curious how things worked. That’s why I thought staying in science was the right step for me, but faith had other plans.
‘The future is digital’
That were my thoughts when I shifted career and became a software engineer. It took me 3 years to find out actually programming myself didn’t make me totally happy. It is the way towards making software and the process around it that fascinates me!
The more you learn, the more you know what you don’t know
So I keep on learning and I keep on finding new stuff to learn. Because I think to be a real inventor you need to be able to look at things from different perspectives.
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