Lorenzo Solano Martinez

Software Engineer, Master in Project Management, Software Architect, Agile Consultant and Coach

Lorenzo Solano is a software development team lead, trainer and coach in the adoption of
agile methodologies in IT areas as well as in other organizations areas. He is a certified instructor from the
Scrum Alliance and has several certifications oriented to agile project management. In 2017 obtained
the highest deficiencies of his cohort in the master’s degree in Project Management at the Université du Québec in
Outaouais (UQO UNAPEC campus). In addition, he is PMI-ACP certified.

He has accompanied teams in the adoption of agile project management methodologies in companies of
telecommunications, banking and software factories.

He also works as a professor at the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo (INTEC), one of the
most recognized universities in the training of professionals in the areas of engineering, medicine and science.

** Training **
He began his career as a Software Development Technologist at the Salesian Technical Institute (ITESA). Then
He graduated with honors from the Universidad Acción Pro-Educación y Cultura (UNAPEC) with the title of Engineer in
Information systems. In 2015 he started the Master’s program in Project Management at UQO and
ends in 2017.

** Lorenzo has the certifications: **
– ScrumMaster® Certificate, Scrum Alliance
– Scrum® Certified Developer, Scrum Alliance
– Certified Scrum® Product Owner, Scrum Alliance
– Registered Education Provider, Scrum Alliance
– Certified Scrum Professional – ScrumMaster, Scrum Alliance
– Certified Scrum Professional – Product Owner, Scrum Alliance
– Quality software developer, GIS

** Career **
Since 2005 he has been inserted in the software development industry, reaching the level of Developer.
Senior and then goes on to manage software development teams.

In 2011 he formally presented himself in project management using agile methodologies by obtaining the
Certified Scrum Developer accreditation from the Scrum Alliance. After that start he begins a journey of
self-training, discussions with colleagues and other practitioners of agile methodologies; this with the aim of
share, validate ideas and increase their knowledge and skills. Between 2012 and 2013 he organizes a
series of events called Kodisto Dojos with the aim of bringing together the community of practitioners, sharing
ideas and put them into practice.

At that time he also began his practice as a coach helping teams in the implementation of the
software engineering practices needed to support agile methodologies. I help different
teams to implement test automation, source version control, continuous integration between
other practices.

He then obtains his accreditation as an instructor from the Scrum Alliance (Registered Education Provider), in
collaboration with Aloes PMS, becoming the first, and only to date, accredited instructor to teach
the Certified Scrum Developer certification in the country.