Corona Geek Hangout – Episode 21 – Hanging with Michelle Fernandez, Corona SDK Book Author

Corona Geek Hangout – Episode 21 – Hanging with Michelle Fernandez, Corona SDK Book Author

Corona Geek On Air episode 21 is ready for your comments!

Recently I got the chance to hangout with Michelle Fernandez, author of the Corona SDK Mobile Game Development: Beginner’s Guide. Just like the title implies, her book introduces you to mobile game development using the Corona SDK and the Lua language. If you’ve never programmed or created a game, Michelle’s book will step you through everything you need to know.

During our conversation, Michelle shared how she started using Corona and how she came to be a Corona SDK book author.  Her story is very interesting and Michelle’s personality is definitely inspiring. Writing a book about a cutting edge technology is not a small task, but Michelle handles the job well.

If you are wanting to make games for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, or Nook, check out Michelle’s book

Michelle doesn’t just live her life on the edge of technology. She’s also an adventurer away from the computer. As an example, I got Michelle to talk about her skydiving outing in Hawaii. Check out the video below.

As always, be sure to join us next Monday at 2pm CST for a new episode and add us to your Google+ Corona SDK circle.

Thanks for watching,

Charles McKeever

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If you are new to the conversation, the Corona SDK is a cross platform mobile development tool kit that makes it easy for developers to create native applications for Android and iOS devices as well as for Kindle, and Nook. You can find out more about the Corona SDK at
That’s it for this week.

Next Week

  • We will resume our normal Corona Geek Hangout schedule next Monday, January 7th. Have a great New Year’s.
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Charles McKeever

Charles McKeever is a life long computer geek who enjoys exploring technologies to understand how they work, how they can be smashed together, and how they can be used to fuel entrepreneurial endeavors.

  • Karim Abdelwahab
    Posted at 18:13h, 30 December

    i’ve never used corona or la before, would your book be helpful to start with or should i start with la books then start reading yours

    • Brian Burton
      Posted at 20:22h, 02 January

      In my opinion, if you are new to Corona & Lua, start with “Mobile App Development with Corona”, it covers the fundamentals of programming with Corona. After about chapter 7 or 8, you should be ready for Michelle’s book.

  • Mo
    Posted at 23:09h, 04 January

    Great video! Love the story about the publisher just emailing you and asking if you would like to write a book! By the way the book is great. Just the stuff about setting up iTunes is worth the book price! I bought the book when it came out (ebook) i was wondering if there is any updates or if you planning on some new version? A lot of thing happened with a corona and would a more advance version or at leat an update.

    Thanks for a great book. Everything I need to refresh my memory, I open your book on iBook!


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