At six, an ordinary child would usually want to enjoy life, watch cartoon, play with his or her toys and stay in the comfort of friends and family, Armah Tulsania is no different, but he has one added attribute to his personality.
At 6, he is a child who has become the world’s youngest computer programmer and would one day want to create a robot. Arham Talsania of Ahmedabad has entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest computer programmer in the world. A Class 2 student he is a proficient Python programmer. The test of his skills was conducted on January 23, 2020 at the Pearson View Test Center, authorized by Microsoft.
Talsania told the media that, “My father taught me coding, I started using the tablet when I was just 2 years old. At the age of 3, I started using iOS and Windows. Later I came to know that my father was working on Python. Arham said “When I got the certificate from Python, I was making small games at the time. They asked me to send them some proofs of work. I sent them some samples in a few months, they approved me and I got a Guinness World Record certificate.
Arham Talsania wants to become a business entrepreneur in the future. He wants to use his skills so that problem solving of others is made possible. Arham states in a media report that “I want to be a business entrepreneur. I want to develop apps and games.”
Om Talsania, father of Arham Talsania, who is a software engineer. He told the media that his son had shown interest in coding, he had taught him the basics of programming. Although he was very young, he was very interested in gadgets. When Arham developed an interest in playing video games, he thought of making games.