Meet Windows Insider Sambhav Burtel
– I had no idea what computer science was, I had no idea how softwares worked, and I literally had no idea about how to build a software, how to program. I didn’t have any of those knowledge. Getting started with programming and getting started with coding, it was quite tough for me. The most problem I faced was having to understand English because of all the words, all the definitions. To learn about technology, first you would have to learn English, and then technology. – In a few colleges, their system is in entire English, which is a bit difficult for us to grasp, right, because we’ve been taught in Nepali, so there is a communication gap between the teaching system. – When I actually started seeing lots of tutorials on Microsoft Learn, I started grasping a lot of concepts that actually made sense to me. So all of my friends, all of my colleagues, and all of the students of Nepal should know these things. That’s the reason why I’ve been creating the tutorials in Nepali. (Speaking Nepali) The program Microsoft Student Partner is all about learning and sharing. We learn latest technology and we help others learn about it too. Having the access to technology means having the access to future. So being a Microsoft Student Partner is like an opportunity, and it’s also like a responsibility. We have to help other students excel, help them code, help them learn programing. If you can speak technology, if you can understand technology, and if you can innovate the technology, you can be the one who can shape the future.