Arham, an 8-year-old, is creating history and working towards creating a better world. He has shown that when a person believes in oneself and works hard, he/she can excel at any field.
Arham Om Talsania, a class 2 student from Ahmedabad, has recently cleared the Microsoft certification exam. He has been recognised as the ‘World’s Youngest Computer Programmer’ by the Guinness World Records after clearing the Python programming language. He has cleared the Microsoft certification exam at Pearson VUE test centre.
He started using tablets when he was 2 years old and at the age of 3, he started using gadgets with iOS and Windows operating system. His father, a software engineer, taught him coding. When Arham got the certificate from Python, at the age of 6, he was creating small games.
Arham’s father, Om Talsania said that his son had developed an interest in coding, and he taught him the basics of programming.
Arham aspires to become a business entrepreneur and help everyone, especially the ones who are in need, by making applications, games, and systems.
Indeed, ‘age is just a number’!