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Why do your homework when you could build your own app?
Adults aren’t the only ones with great ideas for apps. If you could build your own, what would it do? Yuma Soerianto, an eleven-year-old Melburnian who loves to code, has created six apps on the App Store, including games and a talking calculator. Yuma was the youngest scholarship winner at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in 2017 and loves to share his coding skills with other kids. Come meet him at ArtPlay and learn the basics using Apple’s Swift Playground program. We will provide the iPads, so all you need to bring is your creativity!
This event is suitable for 7 to 12 year olds.
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Yuma Soerianto started coding when he was six years old, and at ten he became the youngest scholarship winner at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, where he met and was praised by Apple CEO Tim Cook. In his free time, Yuma likes to share his passion by hosting coding workshops and speaking at conferences. Recently he was invited to the World Youth Forum in Egypt. He was the youngest speaker there and was awarded by the president of Egypt Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.