Thomas Suarez, a 12 year old app developer


Where do you go to learn about designing games? Programming? Creating apps? Thomas Suarez, a self-taught teenaged developer, has used trial and error to help him create his apps like “Bustin Jeiber” (a whack-a-mole game) and “Earth Fortune.” Now he wants to help other kids learn how to do that by starting an App Club in his school. Below is a presentation that the 12-year old Thomas had given at TEDx and I think we can all learn something from him.

 

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Comments (2)

  1. heet patel says:

    we also want to joint to your app club and know how to create games and apps please take me to your app club . A request from a indian boy.

  2. windows phone says:

    Apparently, 12 year olds are incapable of developing apps for windows phone. I wonder what this says about 12 year olds, or windows phone.