My academic education started with English language and literature as I always loved books and the playful surprises of the human language. Later when I left home to discover the big world, I also discovered the world of logic and found peace in the calmness of rational thought. I loved it too, so much that my academic education ended with a PhD in computational linguistics.
I was a curious child and I liked to create things. I asked many questions, danced ballet and painted. It was only natural that I first became an academic researcher and eventually a software product manager, so I could continue asking many questions, then create and test the solutions. Arts, books and dance still help me to create and inspire myself and others as a product manager. At the same time, my rational and pragmatic mind loves to deliver simple, working technology to people to solve their big or small problems.