Today in this article we will talk about a young coder who is the CEO and founder of a company called CoderBunnyz. And not only that as the young coder also receiving national recognition as well simply for her company, even the young coder has also spoken at more than a dozen of conferences the across Silicon Valley.
This 10-Year Old Coder Is A Rising Silicon Valley Star
Despite being just 10 years old, Samaira Mehta has managed to acquire a huge success as a programmer. Yes, this young coder, of course, I am talking about the 10 years old, Samaira Mehta who is the CEO and founder of a company called CoderBunnyz. Receiving national recognition for her company, the 10 years old, Samaira Mehta has spoken at more than a dozen of conferences across Silicon Valley.
The eyes came first on the 10 years old, Samaira Mehta when she was only 8 years old after creating a game called CoderBunnyz. The goal of the game was to teach kids – just like her – how to be a programmer. According to the well-known media platform, of course, I am talking about the Business Insider, young Samaira started computer coding when she was 6 years old.
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The 10 years old, Samaira Mehta’s success in promoting his CoderBunnyz game was not just a happy coincidence or pure luck. His father, Rakesh, helps her to create an effective marketing plan to kick-start the game.
The 10 years old, Samaira Mehta game was very successful, she launched a sequel to teach children coding using artificial intelligence called CoderMindz. Her second game is being coined as the first AI board game to hit the market. The game will focus on teaching children the basics of AI concepts and school principals.
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Her youngest brother, 6 years old, Aadit – help in the development of the new game. Being the same age as his sister was when his father started teaching him the code, most assume Aadit is going to do great things.
“He was giving chocolates. I told him that I was a young coder and he told me to continue, you’re doing a great job,” Samaira reminded Business Insider.
As her games continued to gain recognition, Samaira was booked for workshops all over Silicon Valley. That included a workshop at the tech giant Google headquarters where Stacy Sullivan, head of the tech giant Google responsible for culture, told the young coder she could come to work for the tech giant Google once she finished college. In addition to the tech giant Google and many other companies, Samaira also gave a presentation at the tech giant Microsoft as well.
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While many companies like the tech giant Google and Microsoft have their eyes on this young coder, she is not sure what her plans are or if she would like to work for these companies in the future. Given her success and talent, she can probably go to work for whatever the company she chooses to do. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.