A Tesla employee who builds robots told us why production hell is actually a good thing
Engineers are great at identifying and solving problems. They're students of the practical, scrutinizers of systems, and, at Tesla, pretty much heroes. Few companies in history have so thoroughly combined a compelling vision of the future with innovative ways to design, build, power, and sell cars. What engineers aren't always great at, though, is talking about engineering. They're technicians, not poets. But Sheena Patterson, a staff manufacturing engineer who's been at Tesla for nearly three years, is the exception.