2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Recently, young and talented people from all over the world are becoming application developers. Moreover, the concept of "young" includes the age of 7 years. It is these technogenic geniuses who have been developing various applications for Mac, iOS, Android and other platforms from 7 to 15 years. If this continues, then it will soon be easier for adults to forget about their careers and think about giving their children a good technological education.
After all, it is the children in this case that become breadwinners in the family. We present to your attention children who, according to the users of the Habrahabr portal, are too technologically advanced for their age.
Last year, a 10-year-old boy was in grade 5 and, like all his classmates, had to control home reading and submit a report on what he read in the form of a calendar once a month. To make life easier for himself and others, he came up with a program to help control what he read. The iRead Monthly app remembers the user's entered daily reading time and displays a finished calendar at the end of the month. The students receive the report and send them to their teachers. Daniel is especially proud of the fact that his development was accepted by Apple, not paying attention to the boy's rather young age.
At the age of 12, Thomas created his own company, CarrotCorp, in which he develops applications for iOS. After all, the boy claims that modern children would like not only to play games, but also to create them. Among several programs he has developed is Earth Fortune. The program evaluates the user's condition and displays our planet in various colors. But the most successful was the game Bustin Jieber, which is performed in the manner of "Knock the mole" (Whac-a-Mole) and is dedicated to Bieber. In addition, Thomas Suarez was honored with the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award last year.
Setwont Singh, Gregory Paczkowski and Aaron Sonson
The UK has an education program Apps for Good that teaches kids how to create mobile and web apps for Facebook. Using it, teenagers Setwont Singh, Gregory Paczkowski and Aaron Sonson created the Stop & Search app. With the help of this program, young people can get the necessary information about how the search procedure is going on, when and for what they can be detained, what rights they have. Anyway, to evaluate the acquired experience of communication with the police. The appendix was written because the authors have been detained by the police more than once, and now they want to help others to ensure that all necessary procedures are legal and transparent.
Stephen Gonzalez Jr
This unique boy got out after a serious illness - acute myeloid leukemia. With this very rare form of cancer, only 2% of those who get sick survive. Stephen entered this 2%, but his immunity dropped significantly. The boy had to live for about 100 days in absolute isolation from others. And in his opinion, the fact that he played computer games helped him to survive. Moreover, the boy wrote his own game that should help all children who are struggling with cancer. The game is called Play Against Cancer. In it, the player kills cancer cells that look like green ghosts. In addition, Stephen is the creator of The Survivor Games, a kind of social network designed for children with cancer.
2-the-Res-Q are four 14-year-old girls who, based on the same Apps for Good, created the CyberMentors application designed to fight bullying. The program builds the user's self-esteem and increases his personal safety. In addition, the app has a messaging option that allows users to directly talk about their experiences of meeting bullies. The team partnered with London-based mobile app developer and manufacturer Fuerte International. The goal of the collaboration is further development of the application.
A 15-year-old teenager created the Trimit app, which makes life much easier for those who don't like reading long articles on the Internet. With this iPhone and iPad app, you can easily cut any size article into a short message that you can post to your Facebook or Twitter pages. The most interesting thing is that Nick spent about a month researching to develop the program's algorithm. Note that such studies are usually used in huge companies and in the preparation of dissertations.
The 7-year-old girl is rightfully considered the youngest among the developers of games for mobile devices. Zora was at the University of Pennsylvania's FATE Bootstrap Expo at the end of last year. Note that the exhibition was organized for children 12-16 years old. The girl works with the Bootstrap programming language. To prove that she wrote her game herself, the experts asked to reconfigure the application in various ways, which she did immediately and without hesitation.
Lim Ding Wen
At the age of 9, a child prodigy from Singapore created a drawing program for his little sister. Apple has approved its app called Doodle Kids. The application uses those primitive gestures that children make when learning to draw. 4 years have passed since then. Lim uses six programming languages for his applications. Note also the fact that he already has several fully completed projects. Last summer, he developed two new projects, one of which is a 3D game.
At the age of 11, the boy registered on the social network Facebook. Naturally, the parents were categorically against this venture. Therefore, he developed and launched his own social network Grom Social, in which children can safely communicate with each other.
Note that by the end of last year the network had 2,000 users, and about 6,000 viewed it. Moreover, no marketing steps are used to spread the network, with the exception of word of mouth. That is, the guys registered on the network told their friends about it, and those to their friends, and so on. At the moment, the whole family of Zach is engaged in the development of Grom Social, and the network has great prospects. Network users have access to areas such as sports, entertainment, games, healthcare. In addition, the activities of the resource are aimed at preventing violence and bullying, as well as counteracting addictions such as drugs, smoking.
A 14-year-old teenager already has about 15 different very entertaining programs for iOS. These are both educational programs and just games. Let's note one of the programs - Super Slide Puzzle. With its help, you can easily turn any image into a puzzle. And you can collect it both alone and with friends. For the latter option, the program is equipped with a voice chat. Another very interesting application is Space - Solar System … The user can see amazingly beautiful images of different planets. And if you click on any of them, then a lot of interesting information about this object appears. Well, at the end of the story about this unique teenager, I would like to note that when he turns 16, he will be a college graduate. And already at 17 he will have a master's degree in computer science.
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