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On the road to taming code!
Cyclodex has left our rocket in October 2017 to explore new orbits.
A young and ambitious robot, bored of repairing fuel tanks of old, outdated rockets, Cyclodex was trying to build his own little rocket next to completing trivial tasks such as polishing construction material. Applying the practical saying “learning by doing”, he started gathering information on modern technologies and powered his own little rocket, called NConf, on a new, dynamical engine. Fascinated by the most recent rocket control systems and eager to extend his knowledge, he discovered the most exciting rocket circulating through the galaxies: An orange rocket going by the name of Nothing Interactive. Without much ado, the other crew members welcomed the enthusiastic, future-oriented robot into their midst. When a blue drop named Drupal entered our rocket, Cyclodex became the rocket’s expert in taming this new system. And ever since coming aboard our orange vessel, Cyclo has been taking care of our rocket maintenance, from fixing network errors to repairing the for some of our robot’s survival essential coffee machine.