No worth stressing new experiences
Life goes best with humour and good mood. In addition to work and responsibilities versatile forms of recovering and gaining new experiences are important.
Twinkle in the corner of the eye in all tasks
Learning new things, and growing a wide range of knowledge about different environments and technologies, has been a driving force for me.
Create the future instead of forecasting!
With my hard-working and unyielding nature, even challenging problems are resolved smoothly with a smile on my face.
Well begun is half done
The level of good planning and doing is always also determined within the framework of the available resources. The result is, hopefully, a plan or software project that lacks only implementation.
Practise makes perfect
I’ve been interested in technology and science since I was a child, and different gadgets and computers have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. At the time the IT bubble burst, I was thinking about post-graduate studies in either technology or programming.
The cup is always half full
We seldom see ageing as a positive thing, but there is something great about it as well (young as I may still be).
An engineer knows, among other things, everything
I’ve always been fairly unconcerned about the adequacy of my skills or whether I’m capable of doing something. I am, after all, an engineer.
Do it properly or not at all
I’m driven by a continuous need for development and to develop, both at work and during my spare time. I see problems as challenges which I approach from a practical starting point, relying on theory for support. I consider mastery of the big picture and honing details to be equally natural parts of my area of activities.