Young Computer Experts Lectured ITB Students

Posted on February 13th, 2011 at 12:38 am by Farah Fitriani


Three teenage computer developers from Bandung, West Java, were scheduled to share their experience in the development of antivirus software, websites and computer games, with students of Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), on Friday afternoon.

Those making presentations include Arrival Dwi Sentosa and his brother Taufik, a second-grade student of SMPN 48 Bandung junior high school who created ARTAV Anti Virus,

Arrival and Taufik

ARTAV antivirus

and Muhammad Yahya Harlan, a first-grade student of SMP Alam Bandung who created the site, an Indonesian muslim social-networking.

Yahya preview

The 12-year-old Fahma Waluya Rosmansyah who made his name developing games applications for mobile devices is also scheduled to speak.

Fahma And Hania received an award from APICTA

Fahma's educative game

“The lectures are aimed at inspiring Indonesian children,” event organizer spokesman Yusep Rosmansyah said.

“Some experts also want to understand [the children's] expertise,” Yusep said as quoted by

Each gave a 20-minute presentation and took questions for 10 minutes.

News Source : The Jakarta Post

Photo Source : pikiran rakyat

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