and what is in my mind.
My name is Lorenz and I was born in 1993, so I am still a kid from the nineties 😉 I have left Berlin on September 6th, 2017 to understand our world a little better. The decision for this step was made during my studies in the pre-last term. Then I received my degree in bachelor of computer engineering and packed my backpack…
The earlier years…
My childhood was in a small village in east Germany and I am happy of this. I did not grow up with computers and smartphones. I often was outside playing around and realising my own dreams, e.g. building my own tree house (: My father had different tools and materials that I could build probably everything.
My parents and also my grandparents drove often with my younger brother and me for vacation to different places. Traveling and visiting new places is a big interest in my family since ever.
I can remember the year when we got our first notebook. 2006. This was the beginning of a growing interest in computer stuff. I always wanted to understand more and more how these machines work. With the years, more computers stacked in our house until I built my own one.
After secondary school, I did my a-levels and I knew very soon what I want to do. I moved to Berlin to study computer engineering.
Beside the nerdy computer things, my social life was also very important to me. I often met friends or new people or joined a high speed project of my university. The HTW-Motorsport.
With this project, my understanding of how to lead and organise a small team grew with the position as leader of the electronics module. Within the team I could use my mechanical skills to realise tasks properly.
Following the chapter in Berlin I went on my world trip. To name a reason, which is one word:
CAPSOL (Culture – Adventure – People – Sharing Experience – Open Mind – Language)
I want to see different cultures to understand mine better. This brings lots of adventures and you can meet a lot of people to share experiences. It’s much easier if you have an open mind for all of this 😉 Then you also can learn new languages while speaking with people from all over the world.
And here I am, ready to experience the world in the 21th century (:
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