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      • Managed serviceManaged service
      • Liquid workforceLiquid workforce
      • Scalable infrastructureScalable infrastructure
      • Enterprise securityEnterprise security

      Alison F. - Swift

      Alison F. - Swift

      I received a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering at Stanford, where I was named a National Science Foundation Fellow. After graduating, I brought my engineering abilities to several large-scale organizations. I took on a broad scope of responsibilities, including working on robotics and optics, as well as analyzing and integrating solutions.

      In 2009, I co-founded Miso, which was an early contributor to the massive wave of interactive television. It was a multi-million dollar project that partnered with America’s most influential televised entertainment networks. I was solely responsible for the technical execution of the entire operation, which meant finding healthy means of collaboration between the product, design, and engineering teams.

      In 2013, I co-founded CodePath, which works with companies like Facebook and Dropbox, and is geared at engineering departments looking to efficiently upgrade their mobile development.

      I received a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering at Stanford, where I was named a National Science Foundation Fellow. After graduating, I brought my engineering abilities to several large-scale organizations. I took on a broad scope of responsibilities, including working on robotics and optics, as well as analyzing and integrating solutions.

      In 2009, I co-founded Miso, which was an early contributor to the massive wave of interactive television. It was a multi-million dollar project that partnered with America’s most influential televised entertainment networks. I was solely responsible for the technical execution of the entire operation, which meant finding healthy means of collaboration between the product, design, and engineering teams.

      In 2013, I co-founded CodePath, which works with companies like Facebook and Dropbox, and is geared at engineering departments looking to efficiently upgrade their mobile development.

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