Ayan Qureshi has his own computer lab and wants to start a UK-based Silicon Valley (Picture: NewsTeam)
Think you’re good with computers? Think again.
Six-year-old Ayan Qureshi is the youngest computer specialist in the world, having passed the Microsoft Certified Professional exam when he was just five.
According to his IT consultant father Asim, Ayan was introduced to computers when he was three and would spend hours each day playing with old hard drives and motherboards. Hardly the toys of the average toddler.
But Ayan, now six, has progressed at a staggering rate since his introduction to the world of computers and he has become the youngest specialist in the world after passing the Microsoft Certified Professional test.
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