Thomas Suarez is one smart kid.
The Californian sixth grader already has some Apple iPad apps under his belt, which he created himself. Suarez has been generating some buzz ever since he gave a presentation at the TEDxManhattanBeach conference. Of course, Suarez’s presentation was incomplete without a hat tip to his idol. “I’ve gotten a lot of inspiration from Steve Jobs,” he admitted. We can tell little guy! Throughout his presentation, Suarez even mimicked the mannerisms of the late Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc. who passed away in October.
Suarez also discussed some apps he has created, including one that we’re sure Selena Gomez won’t like. “My favorite and most successful app is Bustin Jieber, which is a Justin Bieber Whack-a-Mole,” Suarez said, to the audience’s laughter. “I created it because a lot of people at school disliked Justin Bieber a little bit.” Besides being a mini-genius, Suarez is also a funny guy!
Suarez taught himself programming languages such as Python, C, and Java. We can't even really express how impressed we are. This kid is obviously going places!
Check out Suarez’s impressive presentation below: