University of Glasgow
As I was completing high school in Nový Jičín, my goal was relatively straightforward – find a job and see how much I enjoy real-life IT business. The next two years showed that I enjoyed it a lot. More than anything else, I loved programming and decided later to study it in university. This is where my plans got a bit complicated. My love of English and my great experience from an internship at a school in Ireland got in the way. As the result, I eventually made the decision to become a programmer in an English-speaking country.
Six months later, I started a new chapter of my life as a student of the four-year Software Engineering program at the University of Glasgow. An academic year spent abroad was not easy in many respects, but I soon got to enjoy the intellectual challenges of the curriculum, the hospitality of the local people and the university environment as a whole. I have successfully passed the first year and now I am preparing for and looking forward to the remaining years.
The Mendel High School in Nový Jičín (2010-2014)
The University of Glasgow, Software Engineering, beginning 2016
For now, successfully complete my Bachelor’s program while gaining as much knowledge and hands-on experience as possible. After graduation I would like to work as an IT developer in the Czech Republic. Over time I would like to minimize my time in the corporate environment and focus more on cooperation on open source community software projects with a potential for helping people.
Programming, technologies, reading, politics, geocaching, hiking
The End of a Chapter
Dissertation – the Scottish fourth year‘s magnum opus
Two hundred and two thousand, ninety nine steps
End of my studies in the EU?
The world behind (metaphoric) handlebars
Team. Practice. Halfway through the programme.
The second semester and stories of three nations
The second year and autumn activities
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