At nine months old, he was tapping his ABC onto the computer and was using it properly by the time he was two.
Microsoft employees were so impressed with him they gave him a copy of Frontpage to play with and he turned out www.microsoftkid.com. At five, he passed the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) core level examination, scoring 98 per cent and becoming the youngest person to pass the examination. He went on to achieve the Expert Level, scoring 93 per cent.
According to his site Ajay has actually met Gates, although there was no indication as to what his cunning plans were to topple him.
Certainly if he did take over there would be a massive change in policy from the Vole.
Ajay is quoted by the Bangkok Post as saying: "I have learnt the high lesson of computer not due to any fear of stick, but from the loving hand of my dear parents and the warm kisses of my dearest grandparents." So no anti-trust plans there then.
You can read all about Ajay here. µ
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