Mar 11, 2014

Object Partners hires consultant Matthew Van Zante

Object Partners is pleased to welcome Matthew Van Zante to their technology consulting staff. Matthew brings to the table 11 years of experience in enterprise Java technologies including SQL, Spring, JPA, Eclipse RCP, and GWT. With a Masters degree in Software Engineering and User Interfaces, he is also a UI expert and passionate about the user experience. Matthew and his wife, Nicole, recently welcomed their first child, Noelle, in December, and are looking forward to all the joys and challenges parenting entails. A jack of all trades, Matthew also enjoys carpentry, remodeling, music, cooking, and travel.

We’re very happy to have Matthew join the OPI Omaha team! Welcome Matthew!

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