Developer’s story: 13 years old, 20 Windows Phone apps
Here’s a brief summary of the career of Mr. Simmons:
- Started 9 months ago
- Learned by watching videos online
- Initially developed games, drawing applications
If that’s not enough of an inspirational story, you could check out the video below where Bruce Kyle from Microsoft interviews the young developer who did all the research about his coding by himself. To try some of his creations on your handset, you could just type in SimzzDev in the Marketplace. Now, it seems eight-grader Robert Nay, who built an app climbing to number one in the free apps on Apple’s App Store, finally got some serious competition.
2. Jimdorky (unregistered)
Future Bill Gates?
4. r2212xx (Posts: 41; Member since: 18 Apr 2011)
Yes he somewhat looks like Bill Gates from early 80's...
5. Jc Leon (unregistered)
Great ! ! This is an example about what we could do using the Internet in the right way ..
Excelent Post ...
9. bosmobi (unregistered)
11. Goldeneye (Posts: 370; Member since: 22 Jan 2011)
if it weren't for kids like this one, there would be no Microsoft, Apple, Google, etc. this is the person we'd love to be period.
12. ani97 (unregistered)
This kid has a bright future in him. Who knows? he might even turn out to be the next bill gates..
13. john (unregistered)
Looks a carbon copy of the younger bill gates minus the choco teeth :)
16. rashod (Posts: 13; Member since: 24 Nov 2011)
i like this guy..goood work dood thubs up....
i wish i will him...
17. Lizzie (Posts: 4; Member since: 31 Jan 2012)
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