6 year old Ahmedabad boy creates Guinness Record & becomes World's Youngest Computer Programmer!
Galatta | Nov 10, 2020, 06:49 pm
India has for long been the envy of many countries across the world for the immense talents it has unearthed in various fields! Now, it has been proven this point yet again. A 6-year-old boy from Ahmedabad has now set a Guinness Record, for becoming the World's Youngest Computer Programmer. Arham Om Talsania from Ahmedabad has created a world record by clearing a Python test a day before he turned 7 years old and the Guinness World Records websites states that Talsania, "broke this record a day before his 7th birthday, thus achieving the record title of youngest computer programmer." A second standard student, Talsania has stated that he hopes to become an entrepreneur some day!
Arham Om Talsania has achieved the record of becoming the World's Youngest Programmer by clearing a test on the Python programming language. Talking to the international news agency ANI, Talsania has said that his father had taught him coding and that he had started using tablets when he was just 2 years old. The youngster also states that he had bought gadgets with iOS and Windows, when he was just 3 years old! He also revealed that he had gotten to know about Python, from his father, who had been working on it.
The kid has also stated that he wants to become an entrepreneur to help people and serve the needy. Talsania wants to make apps, games and systems for coding.
The prodigy's father states that the kid used to be very interested in gadgets ever since he was a child and that he used to play games on tabs. He also added that the youngster used to solve puzzles. Talsania's father says that he taught him the basics of programming and that he started creating his own small games. The statement on the Guinness World Records website states, "The youngest computer programmer is Arham Om Talsania (India, b. 24 January 2013) who is 6 years and 364 days old, as verified in Gujarat, India, on 23 January 2020." It is indeed extraordinary that such a young kid has accomplished something this amazing! We wish him the best!