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13-yr-old boy who developed App 4 years ago, now owns a software company

A 13-year-old boy has done something great which other students of his age should take note of. Hailing from Kerala, Aadithyanath Rajesh had developed his first application when he was just nine years old. He was more into technical stuff. He has designed logos and websites for clients and today, he owns a software company in Dubai.

The tech geek, who is using a computer since he was 5 years old itself, has finally launched his own company identified as ‘Trinet Solutions’ at the age of 13, as reported by the Khaleej Times.

Credits: The Indian Express

When he was 5 years old, he and his family moved to Kerala. Aadi’s journey kick-started when his dad suggested him to try a website which was meant for kids. Aadi took this as a learning opportunity and then made use of it to good effect.

Then he started developing an interest in creating websites. “I was born in Thiruvilla, Kerala, and my family moved here when I was five. The first website my dad showed me was BBC Typing, a website for kids where young students can learn typing,” he told the Dubai-based English daily.

The three workers at Trinet are friends as well as students from Aadithyan’s school. Aadithyan Rajesh already has plans put in place to relish his dream of becoming an established company owner. So far so good for Aadithyan.

“I need to be over the age of 18 to actually become an established company owner. However, we function as a company. We have worked with over 12 clients, and have given them our design and coding services entirely for free,” he said.

(With Inputs From PTI)

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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