Microsoft Employees a 9 Year Old Tech Specialist

This child has become the youngest Microsoft authorized Technology Specialist in the world.
Pranav is a fourth grader at Willow Elementary School in Agoura Hills, Calif., a small city outside of Los Angeles. On 12-January-2013 Kalyan passed the MCTS test in ASP.NET Framework 3.5, which already makes him smarter and more skilled than me.

Well, as it turns out, there's a 9-year-old boy from India that not only could show most people how to use Windows 8 but a whole lot more as well. The Times of India reports that the boy, 4th grader Pranav Kalyan, has now passed the Microsoft authorized Technology Specialist exam. He is the youngest person to become a certified Microsoft tech specialist. The record was previously held by a 12-year-old in Dubai.

Becoming the youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in the world is not an easy task. The boy studied for the exam for a total of 18 months, while expenditure approximately eight hours a day working on the computer.

"As a toddler, Pranav was more attentive by computers than toys. He started writing small software programs at the age of six," said his father Kalyan, who added that the boy "is proficient of solving problems in differential calculus and essential calculus. His efficiency in mathematics helped him write programs.
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