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New Denim Group Team Members

Denim Group has been growing rapidly in the last few months. We’d like to introduce four team members who have joined us since November.

At_f_sm_2 A.T. F., Project Coordinator
A.T. joins Denim Group after working five years with the Southwest Research Institute as an analyst, research analyst and project manager. At Denim Group, A.T. will work directly with the development team, executive directors and clients to ensure smooth project operation. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Trinity University and is currently completing a Master’s degree in Computer Science from UTSA.

Jason_p_sm_2 Jason P., Consultant
Prior to joining Denim Group, Jason was a research analyst in the Automation and Data Systems Division at Southwest Research Institute. He joins Denim Group as a consultant specializing in .NET development. Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from UT Austin. He is currently completing his Master of Business Administration degree at UTSA.

Peter_s_sm Peter S., Consultant
Peter joins Denim Group as a consultant specializing in Java development. Before Denim Group, Peter worked as a java programmer/analyst for Accenture and was a Communications Officer in the United States Air Force. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems degree from Texas A&M University.

Stephen_m_sm Stephen M., Consultant
With over ten years of software development experience, Stephen joins Denim Group as a consultant specializing in Flash/Flex development and UI design. Stephen previously worked as the web development manager for New Century Graphics, a web designer and application developer at Image Networks and as a freelance web and print designer. He has a Bachelor’s degree from UTSA with majors in English and Philosophy.

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