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    14 year old programmer and software developer Santiago Gonzalez might just be the next Steve Jobs. He already has 15 iOS apps to his name and dreams of designing for Apple. At age 12, Santiago became a full-time college student and is on track to earn his bachelor's degree in computer science and electrical engineering by age 16. By 17, when most teenagers are excited to just have their driver's license, Santiago will have his masters degree.

    A self-professed computer nerd, Santiago is fluent in a dozen different programming languages and thousands of people have downloaded his apps for the Mac, iPhone and iPad.

    Learn how Santiago's parents overcame a rigid school system that left their son intellectually stifled and depressed and instead followed an unconventional pathway to nurture his incredible gifts. Santiago's story is truly inspiring and his family's experience provides a powerful model for parents of exceptionally gifted children.

    PRODIGIES is a bi-weekly series showcasing the youngest and brightest as they challenge themselves to reach new heights and the stories behind them.

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            • #7
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              • #8
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                    I started coding when I was 14. I chose C++ and studied whenever I could in school and after school. I started by building games from scratch. I later went to University at 16 years old through KAMS at Fort Hays State University. I'm now 18 with 2 years of University credit. I have an internship which pays me $20/hr as a Software Engineer Intern and I have 3 semesters left to complete my BS in CSCI.
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                    • #11
                      14 year old programmer and software developer Santiago Gonzalez might just be the next Steve Jobs. He already has 15 iOS apps to his name and dreams of designing for Apple. At age 12, Santiago became a full-time college student and is on track to earn his bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering from Stanford University. karaoke amplifier
                      He started programming at age 9 with Commodore 64 at home, adding Commodore 128 computers at school for his autistic older brother who was interested in game development. In 2010 he moved on to a Macbook Air so he could code for the game jam that year and was inspired by iOS app design.
                      Now he is working as a web developer for startups, remaking Android apps to run on Macs, writing his own games (Kid Icarus: Uprising) and spending time making music (he is one half of the indie band Sundress). With no formal education in programming or computer science he knew that it was important that he learn this skill so that he could be a good programmer when he grew up.

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                      • #12
                        I hope I was that kind of a genius when I was a kid. best fence has years of experience and can be trusted to deliver the best results every time.

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