I wasn't the average kid

It all started in the 4th grade, when I drew a letter B on a sheet of paper. I never knew it was going to become this. more

Soon the "game" caught on and my whole class was being creative. Our teacher announced that we could not do this anymore.

Later that year, I learned to code by following my mother, who was also a developer. I learned quickly, but I was not as good compared to others. But I was 9 then.

I thought of an idea during that time. Instead of coding Hello World apps, I could code the letter B game. So I got to work, and by the time school started back up, I had a finished product.

People could now click the B's and automatically calculate their score. The online game got so popular that not only was the teacher not allowing us to play, but also the district's internet policy. The game was now banned from school grounds.

In 2016, I founded The bClick Team (now Ctrl+Play) that included a couple of friends. We started on a new project, b-Ocracy.

I later created a Fidget Spinner app in April 2017 that had over 600,000 downloads within the first 3 months.

In September 2017, I cofounded a company with great potential. And that company is Xeleration.

Cameron Samuels