Meet Tanmay Bakshi, A 13 Year-Old Programmer Who Aims to Educate 100,000 Aspiring Coders. The young guy from Canada, Tanmay Bakshi started learning programming in the age when even elders were on their way to be expert in this field. Tanmay’s love affair with programming started out as fun and games at the as early age as five.
Meet Tanmay Bakshi, A 13 Year-Old Programmer Who Aims to Educate 100,000 Aspiring Coders
His recent appearance in the famous “The AM Show” made us to write a blog on Tanmay and his great achievements. Let’s watch his interview with “The AM Show” team here:
After Bakshi get into programming world, it was clear that no one will be able to stop him. He designed his first App at the age of 8. By the age of 9, he had released his first iOS app called “tTables,” that helped kids to learn multiplication tables. At 12, Bakshi became IBM Watson’s youngest programmer.
Later at the age of 13, Tanmay became the author of a book and a teacher as well as he launched his YouTube channel “Tanmay Teaches” to teach aspiring coders the tricks of this field.
Bakshi shared the aim behind his YouTube channel in one of his interview and said that:
“I started it with a goal, which was to help and reach out to 100,000 aspiring coders and beginners to help them along their journey of learning programming. I’ve reached around the 3,900 mark there.” He has also authored a book titled “Hello Swift,” a beginners’ guide for iOS app developers.”
According to Tanmay Bakshi, “the world needs more developers” as various advanced technologies are on their way and some of them like drones, robots, Artificial Intelligence etc have already started functioning in many industries.