Two Minor Techie Brothers, Code Their Way To App Store

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 30 September 2013, 09:26 Hrs
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Bangalore: Two brothers aged 14 and 12 made their way to the Apple App Store with their innovative Apps. Sharavan Kumaran, a 9th grade student and his younger sibling Sanjay Kumaran, of class 7 are probably the youngest entrepreneurs in the country reports TOI.



They founded the App developing unit Go Dimensions, from their house in Chennai two years back. Sanjay is the CEO of the company; even though it is registered under their care takers. These minor techies have developed eleven apps in the past two years, with more than 35,000 download which are available in Apple App Store and Android Play Store. Their debut app game ‘Catch me Cop’ became a great success.



"You should have a strong idea, self-confidence, a good business plan and know about sources of funding," said Sanjay on ideating and drawing business plans during the SAP event in Bangalore.



The boys are deeply inspired by Steve Jobs, "Jobs is the big daddy of clean and intuitive user interfaces and who changed the way we communicate" said Shravan. They acknowledge their father Kumaran Surendran, director of Symantec for instilling a passion towards coding and programming.
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