A Lil Positivity: 7-Year-Old African American Girl Becomes Youngest Person Ever To Create A Mobile App

- By Bossip Staff Categories: A "Lil Positivity", Congratulations, For the Children

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Some black history month preciousness…

7-Year-Old Black Girl Becomes Youngest Person To Create Mobile App

In some inspiring and an adorable news, a young African-American first grader from Philadelphia has become the youngest person ever to create a moble app.

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How cool is it that Black History Month this year comes with this amazing bit of news? Zora Ball, a 7-year-old African American computer programming student, has become the youngest person ever to create a mobile video game app, according to a report by the Philadelphia Tribune. Ball’s app was unveiled at the University of Pennsylvania’s Bootstrap Expo last month.

Boostrap is a computer programming language that Ball learned through the Harambee Institute of Science and Technology, where she attends first grade and an after-school program.

Congratulations to this little trailblazer!

Photo Credit: Harambee Institute of Science and Technology

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