World's Youngest MuleSoft Developer Teaches ABCs By Reciting Names Of Tech Companies

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A five-year-old girl is making rounds online because of her fun and creative way of teaching the ABCs.

In the video, Anshi Perla is seen teaching the alphabet with a twist — she's reciting names of technology companies, software programs, and even platforms specializing in bitcoin and digital currencies.

As the COVID-19 pandemic upended family life around the world, the genius child has turned to entertaining and creative activities to learn.

However, little did the Perla family know that Anshi's video would take social media by storm and inspire thousands of children and parents worldwide.

"My daughter is only five years old, and she loves to learn in a creative way. We taught ABCs to our daughter in creative ways and captured these videos," says Akhilesh Perla, the child's proud father.

Anshi recited the alphabet letters with prominent companies, such as Amazon for A, BBC for B, Coindesk for C, Disney+ for D, and eBay for E. The video has so far earned almost 30,000 views on Facebook.

"We thought of sharing this with the wider world since it's unique in nature and inspires others to come up with creative ideas," Akhilesh Perla adds.

No stranger to Cloud tech

Anshi is no stranger to the world of Cloud technology. She's well known as the youngest MuleSoft developer in the world.

When she was four years old, Anshi would watch her parents, Akhilesh Perla, a MuleSoft certified architect at MuleSoft's partner, Appirio, and Sri, a MuleSoft certified developer at Anypoint Studio, work at home.

MuleSoft, LLC. is a software company headquartered in San Francisco, California, that provides integration software for connecting applications, data, and devices.

Anshi started wanting to learn more about coding. She went on to build an API, making her the world's youngest developer.

"It was common for our daughter Anshi to see us working in Anypoint Studio. She'd see us dragging different components to create programs and was fascinated with the visual elements. She wanted to get involved too and asked us to teach her how to play," Akhilesh says.

Anshi has written a simple API endpoint that calls a REST API to retrieve the image stored on a cloud-hosted image server and give a picture as a response.

This Mule program is executed locally from Anypoint Studio and tested using POSTMAN to see the response.

From the visual experience perspective, she had fired the same request on Google Chrome to see the complete picture.

Her parents got amazed how it took only five minutes for Anshi to build the API endpoint, which they never thought a three-year-old kid could do in such a short period.

Anshi also became an instant sensation online again after a video of her teaching the basics of MuleSoft Software made rounds online. It was uploaded by MuleSoft on its LinkedIn account, garnering more than 10,000 views on the platform.

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Name: Anshi Perla
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Organization: Akhilesh Perla
Address: London, United Kingdom

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Name: Anshi Perla
Email: Send Email
Organization: Akhilesh Perla
Address: London, United Kingdom