A six-year-old from Ahmedabad has entered the Guinness World Record as the youngest computer programmer in the world by passing an exam in the Python programming language.
Arham Om Talsania, class student 2 passed the Microsoft certification exam at the Pearson VUE test center.
“My father taught me to code. I started using tablets when I was 2 years. At the age of 3 years, I bought iOS and Windows devices. Later, I knew my father was working on Python ", Talsania told a local media.
"When I got my Python certificate, he was creating little games. After a while, They asked me to send them proof of work.
A few months later, I was approved and I obtained the Guinness World Record certificate ", He said. Talsania who dreams of becoming an entrepreneur and helping everyone.
“I want to be an entrepreneur and help everyone. I want to create applications, games and coding systems. I also want to help those in need "He said
Arham Talsania's father, About Talsania, what is a software engineer, She said her son had developed an interest in coding and taught him the basics of programming.
“From a very young age he was very interested in gadgets. I used to play games on tablets.“
“He also used to solve puzzles. When you developed an interest in video games, thought about creating it. I used to see myself doing coding ", He said.
“I taught him the basics of programming and he started creating his own little games.
He was also recognized as a Microsoft Technology Associate. We also apply for the Guinness Book World Record ”, added.