Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha (Age 6)

Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha, termed as a child prodigy from Bangladesh, began computing when he was seven months old. By age four, he already knew how to program and download game emulators. He has played more than 700 games and mastered video games like Metal Gear Solid and Modern Warfare. He aims to become a computer expert, and work for a big computing firm.

Marko Casalan (Age 8)

A boy from Macedonia, Marko Casalan is the youngest Microsoft-certified computer programmer. Raised by parents who run a private school specializing in computer studies, Marko was able to read and write at the age of two. An administrator with Microsoft at the age of six, he aims to be a computer scientist and develop a new operational system.

Pranav Kalyan (Age 9)

Introduced to the world of computers at the age of two, Pranav Kalyan is an INDIAN ORGINI becomes the youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist. Capable of solving complex problems in integral and differential calculus, he began writing small software programs when he was six years old. A fourth grader at Willow Elementary School in Agoura Hills, California, he passed the MCTS test in ASP.NET Framework 3.5 in January 2013. Pranav’s father, Kalyan hails from Madurai, TamilNadu and is also a computer programmer with the same certification and works at Bank of America in the greater Los Angeles. As a toddler, Pranav was more fascinated by computers than toys and started his interest in computers at the age of two and began coding simple HTML at the age of six.

Lim Ding Wen (Age 9)

The person behind the Doodle Kids app, Lim Ding Wen became the youngest iPhone developer at age 9. Hailing from Singapore, he can develop programs in Java, JavaScript, Action Script, and Objective-C. He rewrote the Doodle Kids for the iPhone and then Android platforms. Right now he is working on an iPad arcade game, Invader War 2.