When teenagers look at robots they’re usually just baffled by the aesthetics and hardly ever stop to wonder how it works. That isn’t me. I’ve always wanted to build systems and make them interact with each other. In grade 7, when my parents introduced me to the world of C++, it became the only thing I could think about. Building those first programs which solved simple problems like Armstrong Numbers and Tower of Hanoi, by skipping swim lessons and cricket matches was fulfilling, to say the least. While building Biped Humanoids and Neural Networks, around midnight skipping sleep I realised Computer Science is the field for me. I have never felt this passionate about anything.
For the past 5 years, learning Computer Science, Maths and Programming has taught a new perspective to tackle life's problems. It has taught me to always find the root cause of errors and develop a systematic methodology for learning.