October 3, 2020 | programming | No Comments
Today, the Indian boy is not only a published writer, but is also coaching students virtually.
Most students his age spent time playing video games as UAE residents stayed home due to movement restrictions imposed to stymie the spread of Covid-19 in April. But 12-year-old Amritesh Banerjee donned the hat of an author to pen a textbook for school children. The Grade 8 student of Cambridge International School, Dubai, took upon himself the mantle of writing a book on Python programming.
“It took me four months to complete this book. The paperback version was launched in September. The online version will be launched on October 15, which is the World Students’ Day,” said Amritesh.
Today, the Indian boy is not only a published writer, but is also coaching students virtually. “My father got 5,000 likes on his LinkedIn profile after he posted my book. That’s when people started