Alexander Lorz IT Beratung und Training
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Lorz is a freelance software architecture trainer and IT consultant, member of the iSAQB Foundation Level working group and head of the working group Train-the-Trainer. He actively contributes to the further development of the Foundation Level curriculum, is the author of the CPSA‑F reference training material for universities and international training providers and co-author of an iSAQB-compliant study guide for preparing for the certification exam.
Practical and academic aspects of software and system engineering have driven his professional career for more than 20 years. Alexander studied computer science at Dresden University of Technology and worked as a researcher, educator, and PhD student at the Heinz-Nixdorf Endowed Chair for Multimedia Technology. During this time he participated in a wide range of academic research and industry-founded projects.
After working as research group coordinator, he joined the Dresden-based intecsoft group as a software architect, developer, and technical project manager. Projects he contributed to were located in the fields of electromobility, document and transaction processing as well as digitalization of business processes.
Since 2016 he has been working as a coach and trainer in software architecture for course participants from various sectors, e.g., automotive suppliers, fintech, and insurance companies, public authorities, automation technology, telecommunications, and IT service providers.
In his training courses, he places particular emphasis on imparting practice-oriented knowledge and skills as well as on exchange of knowledge between participants about their experiences in the development of complex IT systems. At the end of the day, it’s about helping teams to deliver great software.