7 Year-Old Zora Ball Is Youngest Person to Create Mobile Video Game
And now for some awesome news.
Zora Ball, a 7-year-old Philadelphia girl, has become the youngest person to create a mobile video game!:
Ball developed the game using programming language Bootstrap, which is usually taught to students between the ages of 12 and 16, to help them learn concepts of algebra via video game development.
According to Mashable, Ball also successfully reconfigured the app when asked to do so at the Expo, silencing anyone who may have thought that her older brother — a STEM scholar of the year — helped her program the game.
Read more at the HuffPo.
Fantastic, Zora! Look for big things from this girl in the future!