Although I spent long hours researching and working in the lab for the inertial navigation of submarines, I learned most from the little things.
From the way my mentors and I began working two hours earlier than required to meet deadlines, I learned that engineering is the commitment of long hours.
From the respect and humility embodied within our team, I learned the value of unity at the workplace.
I repaired my brake light, replaced my battery, and made adjustments to the power-steering hose.
Engineering was no longer just a nerdy pursuit of robotics kids; it was a medium to a solution.