Apr 8, 2014

Object Partners Hires Consultant Ken De Leon

Object Partners is pleased to welcome Ken De Leon to their technology consulting staff. Ken has been involved in software development industry for over 15 years. Over the past few years, Ken has been focused on enterprise Java and related backend and frontend technologies. Ken has previously worked on different industries such as airlines, media, health insurance, and most recently with e-commerce. Outside of Java, Ken enjoys working on Groovy and using it to drive and enhance unit testing experience.

Outside of work, Ken spends most of the time with wife and two boys, 3 and 5. As the kids allow him, he gets to spend time making some music with friends and hanging out on the patio.

Welcome to OPI Ken!

About the Author

Object Partners profile.
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related Blog Posts
Building Better Data Visualization Experiences: Part 1 of 2
Through direct experience with data scientists, business analysts, lab technicians, as well as other UX professionals, I have found that we need a better understanding of the people who will be using our data visualization products in order to build them. Creating a product utilizing data with the goal of providing insight is fundamentally different from a typical user-centric web experience, although traditional UX process methods can help.
Kafka Schema Evolution With Java Spring Boot and Protobuf
In this blog I will be demonstrating Kafka schema evolution with Java, Spring Boot and Protobuf.  This app is for tutorial purposes, so there will be instances where a refactor could happen. I tried to […]
Redis Bitmaps: Storing state in small places
Redis is a popular open source in-memory data store that supports all kinds of abstract data structures. In this post and in an accompanying example Java project, I am going to explore two great use […]
Let’s build a WordPress & Kernel updated AMI with Packer
First, let’s start with What is an AMI? An Amazon Machine Image (AMI) is a master image for the creation of virtual servers in an AWS environment. The machine images are like templates that are configured with […]