Software Engineering Institute
Alejandro Gomez is a software engineer at Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Software Engineering Institute (SEI). He has served as a tech lead in multiple DoD projects, bringing technical excellence, bridging communication between management and software teams as well as teaching and mentoring other developers He has constructed Continuous Delivery/Integration software pipelines, built realistic simulations of 5G networks to test device trustworthiness, created tools to improve developer experience, and maintained the hardware/software infrastructure that runs the SEI’s internal projects.
Prior to joining CMU, Alejandro developed business-critical software in real-estate, finance, and technology industries. He holds and MS in Software Engineering from Villanova University, where he performed research on the feasibility of blockchain communication in low-earth orbit satellites. He holds BAs in English and Economics from the University of Miami. He now lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and daughter.