A 6-year-old boy from Ahmedabad has created history. Arham Om Talsania has entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Youngest Computer Programmer. Talsania has cleared the Python programming language in the Microsoft certification exam.
Arham was quoted saying that he was taught coding by his father. At just 2 years old, Arham started using tablets while at the age of three he bought gadgets with iOS and Windows, added the 6-year-old. He later got to know that his father was working on Python. He said that when he received his certificate from Python, he was creating small games. He was asked to submit his proof of work and a few months later he was approved and got his certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records.
His father Om Talsania who is a software engineer said that Arham had developed an interest in coding and thus, he taught him the basics of programming. The father acknowledged that since a young age Arham was deeply interested in gadgets and used to play games on tablet device along with solving puzzles. Later when Arham started playing video games, he thought of creating it, said the father, as Arham had seen his coding. With the knowledge of basics of programming, Arham started creating small games and got recognised as Microsoft technology associate, added Om.
Arham sees himself as a business entrepreneur and aims to help everyone. He said that he also wants to help the needy along with developing apps, games and systems for coding.