Just forget about Tanmay Bakshi for a moment, and think about yourself, think about your routine and thinking ability when you were 9 or probably of 5?
if I think of myself when I was of 5, then m gonna state here that “SURESH BHATT was not even able to download an app from the play store and he had never heard about things such as coding, programming” and “when SURESH BHATT used to play games at the age of 9, he never bothered himself in thinking about the making process of the game”
And this was Tanmay :-
Meet Tanmay Bakshi, an Indian-origin teen from Brampton, Canada who started coding when he was of 5 years old, he developed his first application for ios when he stuck the age of 9, and the name of that application was “tTables”. This application was rejected few times, but after few rejections, the application was finally published on Valentine’s day.
Since then, he has created apps, such as the youth-focused “I Can, We Can!” app, and tID Vault, along with tGuess, a number guessing game for Apple Watch and iPhone, Tanmay Bakshi comes under the list of youngest app developers in the world, he is also a YouTuber and his YouTube series “Tanmay Teaches: Watson” made him the youngest IBM Watson developer.
The young genius loves to share his knowledge with other students and is quite actively answering questions online. While writing his first book Tanmay Bakshi had a wishlist, which includes getting said book signed by actor Amitabh Bachchan.
He has created algorithms named “AskTanmay”, one of his most marvellous creations, is the world’s first web-based NLQA (Natural Language Question Answering) System to be powered by IBM Watson. “AskTanmay” is an open source, so that other developers can learn from it, and build such creations of their own.
Words by Tanmay Bakshi :-
“I started programming when I was very young, so it is persistent; at 5 years old, I didn’t know about the concept of a job, and I thought people coded for fun, I never knew they were paid for it!”, (source : brain buxa)
Tanmay Bakshi had also written a book named “Hello Swift” for ios app programming beginners,
Tanmay Bakshi loves to share his knowledge :-
“I want to reach out and help at least 100,000 aspiring kid coders and beginners, and this really keeps me motivated; I want to reach my goal, and set a new goal, and keep going” -words by Tanmay Bakshi
Hope this story gonna help you a lot to get inspired,
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Best Regards, SURESH BHATT