Thomas Suarez: A 12-year-old App Developer
This article is posted under Inspirations and Motivations.
Nobody is ever too young to become an inventor and an entrepreneur.
And there’s no greater proof of that today than Thomas Suarez, a 12-year-old mobile software developer who I am featuring today.
If you didn’t “Google” who Thomas was when I mentioned him in my post, 20 Excuses That Losers Tell Themselves, then here’s your chance to get to know him.
An inspirational talk from a TEDx Event, here’s Thomas Suarez as he talks about his apps, Justin Bieber and his incredible resourcefulness in learning.
Thomas Suarez actually made me ponder if I could develop my own iOS and Android app. I can make a game like Streetfood Tycoon or perhaps a personal finance app that will help people with money management.
What do you think? If you’re a smartphone and tablet user, what personal finance app would you be interested in? Let’s see if we can develop it.
Leave your ideas as comments below.
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