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Rafael Hernandez, Music Department chair and associate professor

CSUEB music prof authors new technology training series

  • August 21, 2012 5:00am

Rafael Hernandez, Music Department chair and associate professor, authored and also narrated a new 96-lesson Corona SDK training video series by InfiniteSkills Opens iOS.

As an associate professor of music and director of the multimedia graduate program, Hernandez has developed educational resources, games and interactive mobile apps using Corona SDK and other tools. In addition to the Complete Corona SDK Training Video course for InfiniteSkills, his tutorials have been featured on the official Corona Labs website and throughout the mobile development community.

Used by more than 100,000 mobile developers, Corono SDK has become a leading solution for producing apps and eBooks for mobile digital devices. Graphic design and advertising agencies have used the platform to leverage existing content into mobile formats and extend branding opportunities for clients around the world.

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