I've been working in Friedrichshafen since last summer, and I'm amazed at how my life has changed over the past two years. In 2016, I was still developing control software for wind turbines in Chennai on the Bengali Gulf. However, the flooding disaster in December 2015 forced me to move inland. In Bangalore I found a job at an engineering company and developed a demonstration model for engine control systems for our customer ZF.
That's how it all started. And my hard work paid off: ZF manager Ricardo Gonzalez wanted me on his team, so I moved to Hyderabad, 600 km away. Suddenly, I was one of the first of 2,500 IT engineers due to be hired by ZF India Technology Center (ITC) by 2020.