Eduardo Corpeño has been an electrical engineer, computer programmer, and teacher for over 15 years.
He has published five courses on Udemy, on subjects such as solving engineering problems and understanding the electronics and algorithms behind microcontroller platforms. At Galileo University, Guatemala City, he teaches electrical circuit theory, electronic devices, digital design, computer architecture, microcontrollers, assembly and C programming for embedded applications, hardware description languages (HDLs), field-programmable gate arrays, artificial intelligence, printed circuit board design, and real-time operating systems.
Along with two colleagues, Eduardo created one of the first MOOCs in Spanish: an introduction to the Raspberry Pi. They wrote a conference paper on the outcome of this very successful course.
Eduardo recently earned a master of science degree in computer science at Georgia Tech and has started creating courses for LinkedIn Learning.