Arham Om Talsania, 6, from Ahmedabad, has cleared the Microsoft certification exam at Pearson VUE test centre.
The 6-year-old has done so well in the computer world that he is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Araham’s name is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest computer programmer. Guinness World Record holder Arham Talsania cleared the powerful Python programming language test at the age of six. The test was conducted on January 23, 2020 at the Pearson View Test Center, which is licensed by Microsoft. Many engineers can’t crack this test, but Arham has done it.
Arham has broken the first Guinness Book of World Records for 7-year-old Mohammad Hamza Shahzad, a British boy of Pakistani descent. In one test, a test taker needed 700 out of 1000 marks to earn established credentials, while Arham earned 900 marks and was recognized as a Microsoft Technology Associate. Arham’s father, Om Talsania, who lives in Ahmedabad, is a software engineer by profession and his wife, Tripti Talsania, is a lecturer and engineer. He is proud to be the youngest computer programmer.
From the age of two, Arham was addicted to computers, which went on and on. Arham also learned a lot from his father when his father worked from home. Arham then expressed his desire to make a video game from his father himself. His father understood his son’s interest. Because Arham was learning everything very quickly, and in that case his father decided to give Arham a Microsoft-authorized test. The test has a high degree of reliability in the world. Arham passed the test at the age of six.
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