With over 15 years of professional IT experience, Luis studied a specialization in teaching methodology for universities at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and the Pedagogical University of Las Tunas - Cuba. He is enthusiastic about quality as well as new technologies that improve the user experience and agile methods to encourage teamwork.

Supporter of companies like Apple and Google due to their creativity and innovation, Luis got the Scrum Master Certification (CSM) and is a promoter of the use of agile methods for research projects management and software development. He was a member of the National Technical Committee on Software Engineering and Systems (CTN-ISSI) - INDECOPI and currently collaborates with the international working group ISO/IEC WG24 which is responsible for the development of international standard  ISO/IEC 29110  for the improvement in software processes in Very Small Entities (VSE).

He has made a specialization in Software Architecture at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) obtaining the international certification Software Architecture Professional.  He is part of the SEI Architecture-Centric Engineering (ACE) Workshop for Educators  since 2013 which is organized by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).

Luis has extensive experience as a lecturer in various academic institutions. He has  been a lecturer in:  San Ignacio de Loyola University, University of San Martin de Porres, University of Lima (he was also responsible for the Circle of Studies, Research and Software Development - CEIDS) and the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (UPC) where he was full time lecturer and coordinator of the Software Engineering Program.

He is currently a Software Engineering PhD student at Aston University and consultant in Software Process Improvement for start-ups and small organizations using ISO/IEC 29110 standard.

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