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.
Publications by Alejandro Gomez
December 06, 2022 • Podcast
Alejandro Gomez talks with Suzanne Miller about how his team explored—and eventually resolved—the two competing forces of developer velocity and cybersecurity enforcement by implementing DevSecOps.learn more