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Eduardo Corpeño has been an electrical engineer, computer programmer, and teacher for over 15 years.
Eduardo is a proud graduate of the Online Master of Science in Computer Science program from Georgia Tech. He has published over 20 online courses on topics such as microcontrollers, embedded systems, and solving engineering problems. At Galileo University, Guatemala City, he teaches a variety of subjects, including electrical circuit theory, computer architecture, microcontrollers, and printed circuit board design. Along with some colleagues, Eduardo created one of the first MOOCs in Spanish in 2013—an introduction to the Raspberry Pi— and later translated to Spanish "The RISC-V Reader: An Open Architecture Atlas" by Turing Award laureate David Patterson and Andrew Waterman.