Seven-year-old Zora wowed the audience at the University of Pennsylvania's "Bootstrap Expo," where the first-grader presented an original mobile game that she built herself.
She used the Bootstrapping programming language, which is based on purely algebraic and geometric concepts. Zora went off the cuff and reconfigured the mobile game during her presentation, proving her mastery of the language.
Zora attends Harambee, a charter school in West Philadelphia, where a program called STEMnasium Learning Academy focuses on computer programming and other STEM-related coursework. She's the youngest individual to create a full version of a mobile video game, and we can't wait for her creations to hit the app store.