Marko  Calasan, of Macedonia, was six when he became a certified Microsoft system administrator. Now he’s nine, and a certified Microsoft systems engineer. That means business.

Marko is in charge of the computer networks for a nonprofit business that helps the disabled. He also teaches computer classes at his elementary school and has his own lab. His latest project is to make it possible for those with slow DSL connections to get high-definition TV. A Macedonian company has given him direct access to their networks so he can work on his project.

Marko’s dream is to come to the U.S. “That’s my biggest wish,” he told CNET. “I want to live in America because there are the highest technologies.”

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