19-03-2018 06:00 PM | Anita Neve | My Indian Dream
What drives Shubham Panchal to become India's first and world's second youngest Associate Android Developer
Shubham Panchal, a 14-year-old young boy from Thane in Maharashtra, has recently become India's first and world's second youngest Associate Android Developer by clearing a certification programme offered by Google and Udacity (United States of America).
Shubham studying at Thane Police School was introduced to the world of Android application development through a coding class in his school.
He has created 10 Apps in less than a year's time and the recent app created by him was a Holistic App to ease data storage. He is currently studying and working on Artificial intelligence (AI). He has also created a game application, Rock, Paper and Scissor.
While talking to MidDay, Shubham says, I think it was the joy of creating a useful mechanism and tinkering with a complex medium that fascinated me. He wants to pursue his career in AI.
He is truly an inspiration to the young generation. He strongly believes nothing is impossible if you have a passion to do something.