What Alex did for his work experience.
Alex had an immense influence on the team when Alex showed his natural gift at understanding and opening puzzles. Alex not only can open puzzles, but he spends a lot of his free time playing with puzzles, just like a hobby of his, he enjoys it that much.
It started where Chris was working in Costa as you do when he spotted Alex solving the Rubik’s cube whilst he was with his Dad. Chris felt he should approach the two of them and question him about the Rubik’s, he found out that Alex is a huge fan of puzzles, especially the Revomaze now that he has completed the Blue. Alex wants to try the Bronze which is the next level up from the Blue.
It is not only puzzling that makes Alex happy, but his other interests include sports activities like Rugby, Cricket, Karate, and Football. His
The first day at Revomaze HQ was, of
As the Monday drew to an ending, it appeared that Alex was a quick learner and so he already had a clear idea of how our workplace runs. The following day was a trip to the engineers, Chris took Joshua and Alex to the engineers whilst me and Chloe kept the office running for the day.
We didn’t see of Alex until Wednesday, this day I got to spend some time with Alex where we focused on photography. From my standpoint, this was one of my most-liked days of the week as I love photography, it turns out Alex was better than me already after a few pictures and adjustments to the settings! *huffs* ruminatively I thoroughly enjoyed teaching Alex the basics of photography and watching from another person’s perspective how you can be imaginative taking photos, so I learned something too!
The most amazing day was Thursday and Friday. This is because Alex designed his own maze on the computer, Chris was really impressed, with some adjustments it was printed off on paper format. Chris then programmed the maze so that it could be translated on to the machine where it can be physically made. The core was raw material which looks like a gold