Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha of Bangladesh, youngest computer expert in the world
A six year old child Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha from Bangladesh with unbelievable talent has gained huge knowledge in one of the most popular programming languages C++ without anyone’s help or going to any teaching center. He has become a computer specialist without any proper training. He has gained skill in simple word processing to programming in C++.
Five years old Roopkotha, of Gulshan in Dhaka city, showed his programming ability prior to the reception.
Roopkotha can develop his own computer system (with windows) and can do complex programming with skill.
He knows how to change the games character from one game to another game by using emulator. He has a strong acquaintance on computer programming language.
Every day the baby spends more than 12 hours with computer. He has already played more than 700 games and finished many difficult games such as Sonic-knuckles (all sonic series), Prince of Persia, Terminator 3, Hercules and Air Conflicts.
Though he has not yet been admitted to school, the boy type words with his tiny fingers on the keyboard. He can type as swift as any highly efficient typist without having looked at the keyboard.
He also can develop software using various emulator such as project64 1.7, dolphin, Game Cube, Nintendo 64, Gameboy Advance, Virtual Boy, DeSmuME and Computer Emulators.
The baby’s mother Cynthia Farheen Risha informed that her baby took IT lesson from none. He learnt the whole thing without taking help and assistance from others, which is extraordinary.
Roopkotha can write sentences on a keyboard efficiently and quickly without looking at the keyboard. Apart from working in front of computer, he enjoys mixing with other children of his age, plays football and listens music.
Guinness World Records said, “We do not monitor such a record in our database at the moment, but Wasik’s family is welcome to make a claim on our website.”
May be in future, we will see this little boy working in Microsoft or Google or some other tech tycoons.