ABCD of coding at just six years old. A six-year-old child from Ahmedabad (Gujarat) not only learned coding at the age of six, but he also made a record. Six-year-old Arham Om Talsania has made the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest computer programmer in the world as soon as he completed the Python Programming Language test. Now he aims to become an entrepreneur in the future. He is now a student of the second grade.
Record made the day before the birthday
Arham was born on 24 January 2013 and according to the Guinness Book of World Records website, he created this record on 23 January 2019. In this way, he made a record for being the youngest programmer a day before his birthday. He has made this record at the age of 6 years 364 days.
IOS-Windows running since the age of three
In a conversation with news agency ANI, Arham told that his father has taught him coding. When he was two years old, he started using tablets and at the age of three, he bought gadgets with iOS and Windows operating systems. After this he came to know about his father’s work on Python. Arham wants to help everyone by growing up to become an entrepreneur. He wants to build systems for coding besides apps and games.
Fond of gadgets since childhood
His father Om told in the conversation that when Arham was very young, he has been very interested in gadgets since then. He used to play games on tablet devices and also solve puzzles. After this, Arham was taught the basic of programming. After learning the basics of programming, he started making his own small game.