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Thomas Suarez, iPhone App Builder

Thomas Suarez is a sixth grade student at a middle school in the South Bay. Since before Tom started kindergarten he’s been fascinated by computers and technology.  Recently, he has been focused on the development of applications for the iPhone, and establishing his own company, CarrotCorp. CarrotCorp sells four mobile applications for the iOS platform – two are free and two others sell for $0.99 each. His most successful ap is one he terms “an anti-Justin-Bieber game” called “Bustin Jieber”. Tom explains that this game is like Whac-a-Mole. The game lets users “whack Justin Bieber” when he moves to a different random location on the screen – he moves every fifth of a second. The gave allows more than one player to play over Game Center, and players can talk together while playing via Voice Chat.

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Thomas Suarez

Thomas Suarez has two published apps, a startup company and a compelling TED talk under his belt -- all at the tender age of 12. In a compelling O..

12-Year-Old App Developer Wins Award

Thomas Suarez, like many 12 year olds, spends a lot of time at his computer. But Suarez isn't just playing games or chatting with friends. More often than not, he's developing iPhone apps.

Kids Code the Darndest Things: 10 Amazing Youth Innovators

"A lot of kids these days like to play games, but now they want to make them," said Thomas Suarez at his TEDTalk in 2011, when he was only 12 years old.

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