When meeting people, I am often asked what my job is. I always answer: a programmer. Usually this is where it ends. In rare cases, people are interested in what projects I am involved in and what exactly I am developing. And here the fun begins! After saying: I program robots, people start asking a lot of questions, most of which are: where did you learn this? How did you get into this field? Do you like it? None of this would have happened if I hadn't enrolled at the TSI. In my time, there was no study programme"Robotics" and we did not go through process automation. But thanks to the university, I was able to get an internship and immerse in a little into the world of mechanical engineering. I was stunned at the sight of a well-established mechanism for manufacturing and assembling machine parts. I wanted to do this. And never regretted it! Probably thanks to the love of computer games, I had a strong desire to control the robots. It's insanely interesting to create programs, move robots, and then watch how the robot works at full power and executes your commands! If I now chose what I would do in the future, I would not hesitate to go into the field of process automation. Nowadays, people are trying to replace human labor with machines/robots, which is sad. But as long as this happens, I will always have a job. And this process is only gaining momentum!