Astana school student developed a mobile application for EXPO
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Astana school student developed a mobile application for EXPO

17 February, 16:52 243
Astana school student developed a mobile application for EXPO

The 10-year-old schoolgirl from Astana Aymen Nurzhan developed the gid-EXPO mobile application in which geolocation of pavilions of member countries of the international exhibition is displayed. With its help everyone will be able not only to learn how to reach this or that pavilion, but also a location restaurants, a taxi and buses, information bureaus, etc., BNews.kz reported.

Since the childhood she is fond of IT technologies. Thanks to great interest to development and the help of a command of graduates of the Presidential Bolashak program she managed to become the author of the application which is capable to create convenient conditions for broader acquaintance with the provided exhibits of EXPO 2017 for guests of an exhibition.

"Since the earliest childhood I wanted to create something special. What will help people. When I learned that in our country there will take place such big action as EXPO 2017 I very much wanted to participate in it somehow. And here at school of programming in Astana our teachers helped to create the application for EXPO 2017. I hope that it will be the useful to all who will arrive to us this summer," Aymen Nurzhan admits.

Founders of the school of programming in Astana Oyrat Azbergenov and Zhanibek Isabekov note that practically any child can develop the similar program. Only great desire and diligence is necessary.

"In our academy we focus attention more on that the child has felt the inventor, from that and the name "Inventor". Unfortunately, at usual schools to it it is a little given attention in view of the fact that too many children study in a class. Programming – the ideal instrument of implementation of imaginations and the ideas of the person, and also - very useful skill which teaches people to think and is useful to the child in the future," Zhanibek Isabekov told.