D.j.g. Martin - UPM11/27/2019
I have known Guillermo for two years as his professor and mentor at the School of Informatics (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid). Guillermo has taken the following courses I taught: Algorithms and Data Structures (5rd and 6th terms, description: basic types of algorithms, their complexity and use in problem-solving; basic types of data structures, their complexity and use in problem-solving; dynamic programming; greedy algorithms) Dockers & Kubernetes course. The course shows you how to build apps in containers using docker and how to deploy its Kubernetes cluster. On the other hand, this Kubernetes Course explains to you how to set up your Kubernetes cluster on your desktop, or on the cloud using AWS. As Guillermo's programming professor, I can tell, that he has proved to have a divergent, abstract thinking style, native intelligence, and good problem-solving skills, along with good interpersonal skills and leadership qualities. He also has abilities to handle conflicts and work in a team, which came to be important in ACM programming.