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Bangladeshi ‘computer whiz kid’ going to Guinness Record

Dhaka, 19 May, Abnews : Wasik Farhan Roopkotha, a Bangladeshi computer whiz kid who was earlier recognized as a wonder boy by ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not’ is going to write his name in the Guinness World Record as a youngest IT expert in the world. His first record attempt program was held at the Creative IT limited office in Dhanmondi, Dhaka recently in the presence of IT experts and journalists. There Roopkotha again showed his talents and fascinated the audiences having IT background. Earlier, Cynthia Farheen Risha, the mother of the seven- year-old super genius boy, signed an agreement with the authorities of the Guinness World Record.

Uncountable thank to the Almighty to fulfill my long- cherished dream as my son is going to write his name in the Guinness World Record as a youngest IT expert in the world. said boy’s proud mother Risha. Last year, the UK-based globally-acclaimed TV show, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, placed Roopkotha in its annual cartoon book as the world’s youngest computer programmer. According to the Ripley’s, those who have been placed in Ripley’s cartoon book are usually included in its annual record book which publishes bizarre events and items so strange and unusual that readers might question the claims.

The authorities of Ripley’s Believe It or Not have informed his parents that the Ripley’s would include Roopkotha in their new annual record book, which would hit bookshops worldwide in September this year. Earlier, the Bangladeshi super genius boy hogged the headlines of the international media, BBC News, Zee news, World news, The New York Herald Tribune, California Observer, Estate News, Children Post and many international websites ran stories on him and recognized him as the youngest computer programmer on

the earth.

Roopkotha’s amazing story has been included in Bangladeshi national textbook of class eight English for Today. The story of Roopkotha, Bangla for ‘fairytale’, has overshadowed even (a) fairytale. At the tender age of six, when most of the children play games with toys, Roopkatha developed his own computer system (with windows) and ran tags and code of computer programming like an expert. The born genius, a resident of Gulshan in the capital Dhaka, unbelievably started computing when he was hardly seven months old, and learned writing on computer at the age of only two, said Risha.

She said her son’s curiosity about computer had started a couple of days after his birth. He would look at computer monitor with eyes unblinking and refrained from eating until the computer was switched on. She said Roopkotha never took IT lessons and learned everything without taking anybody’s help.

Risha said he has already played more than 700 games and completed many complicated games like Sonic-knuckles(all sonic series), Prince of Persia, Terminator 3, Hercules, Air Conflicts, Age of Mythology, lock on, azangara, Metal Gear Solid, Mig-29 fulcrum, Mario Forever(all Mario series), Super Mario64 Nintendo 64, Need for Speed series, The bugs life, legend of Zelda, Star Defender, Red dead redemption, lock on flaming cliffs, Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun, Flight simulator lll, Eve online, Modern Warfare 2, FPS mechanics, Age of Empires 3, Rise of Legends, Castle vania – legacy of darkness act.

He knows operating system setup and troubleshooting. And more than 5000 English words are in his store and with the words, he can make sentences. Typing is a very simple matter to him as the boy can type words with his tiny fingers as swift as any highly efficient typist without having a look at the keyboard. The computer wizard can perfectly manage games project tools and synchronize any project with other projects. He can also use different complex codes and run them easily. Roopkotha businessman father Wasim Farhan and mother Risha hope that their son would become a great programmer in future and introduce a new episode in the cyber world.




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