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It wasn't first grade.
I didn't feel like I fit in with the other kids.
So Yahoo! Gonzales -- his interest are very different than those of other section girls I didn't really have many friends in France Spain there's.
You're smarter than them.
-- to -- -- his years in second -- he was introduced to web programming in which temporarily satisfied his quest for knowledge.
But it was the apple release of the iPhone that put him on his current track it.
Developers can make ops where I got very interested in that looked at my -- -- studying electrical engineering and computer science.
I've been there long enough -- that.
Among many of the people in my classes I have been in previous classes of mine.
Parents Yahoo! and Vanessa giving him in the right setting has been a challenge.
Started to have.
You know very specific interest -- Heinz Q all the Q -- things work really exciting actually actually to see it going so quickly.
All of these different experiences that he having already this team has consumed every computer -- he can fine so here I have.
-- I mean it's available to everybody who has an iPad or or iPhone.
Some of the already has his sights set on working for apple -- there computers that there trying.
To create using light flight is much faster than electrons and smaller as well so we -- make.
Much smaller things that -- okay Santiago today we're going to talk about circuit boards.
When the minute what is the what is your over the past circuit what -- -- -- For the super Smart -- on campus he seems to be taking his gift and strive while mostly games he's making them okay to be different.
Santiago is just one of a few young people who will be making a difference in our world as they grow into adulthood.
A school of mines -- fox 31 Denver.
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