7 Years old Pakistani boy becomes world’s youngest computer programmer

At just seven, Muhammad Hamza Shahzad becomes world’s youngest qualified computer programmer after he have passed Microsoft’s exam. Hamza was born in Lahore in 2009 and moved to UK when his family migrated in 2011.

He has been tutored by dad Asim, a high-tech wizard with elite US IT company Cyber Royal.

Unsurprisingly, his teachers turn to him when they have computer problems – or awkward questions from other pupils.

‘I want to be Bill Gates.’

Muhammad Hamza Shahzad also became the world’s youngest Microsoft Office Professional in 2015 at the age of six. Three other Microsoft exams have followed. In all, Hamza is now proficient in Software Development Fundamentals, MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel.

‘I want to make a game and that’s what I’m doing at the moment.’

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