The programming of the robot was introduced throughout the process. First, before the assembly was completed, the Arduino cards and language were used to program some simple LEDs to light up at precise moments. Then, once the fabrication of the robot was complete, they used Arduino to apply this to their robot. Using the default program of Otto DIY, some students tried to create their own routines, while others found on the web some behaviors that had already been created by others in order to make the robot dance, sing, or do both. The group ended up with a couple "Ottoyoncé" dancing to the rhythm of Singles Ladies.