Stuart Kippelman has been named the Chief Information Officer of Parsons, a digitally enabled solutions provider focused on the defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure markets. He is responsible for the global IT function across Parsons. His responsibilities include leading all aspects of Parsons information technology strategy and operations, including digital business transformation. He plays a crucial role in the implementation of critical capabilities to serve Parsons’ customers, leveraging his experience in global transformations, business intelligence, data mining, and cloud computing to advance commercial offerings.
Parsons Chairman and CEO Charles Harrington noted, “Stu will play a key role in our strategy as we continue to expand technical capabilities in core markets and provide agile, disruptive, and innovative solutions to our defense, intelligence, and critical infrastructure customers.”
Read the complete article by: Peter High, Forbs Contributor – https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterhigh/2019/04/02/stuart-kippelman-named-chief-information-officer-of-3-6-billion-parsons/amp/
Many of you know Matt as a community leader who is deeply and uniquely engaged in Miami, driving key change, supporting new ideas, and creating opportunities across South Florida.
Most recently, Matt served as Miami Program Director at Knight Foundation for more than five years, spearheading a groundbreaking program focused on empowering innovators and entrepreneurs across the community to increase opportunity for everyone.
For this work, Matt has been called in The Miami Herald a “pioneer in Miami [who] has spearheaded the entrepreneurial movement” and “the cornerstone of a renaissance” in Miami.
Now Matt is running for congress, support his effort here: https://www.matthaggman.com/
Twilio has a program called Twilio Voices. They ask developers to write technical content (and pay them, of course) that’s then published on twilio.com/blog. They’re interested in both general .NET content and Twilio + .NET related content. https://go.twilio.com/twilio-voices/
What type of post should I write?
Technical tutorials with code. Check out the “Example blog posts” section below for previously published posts.
Does my post have to use Twilio?
Most posts involve Twilio in some form. There should be something from Twilio’s product suite you can use, whether it’s phone calling, messaging, video, 2-factor authentication, phone number lookup or one of the other many communications tools.
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