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CDO

Abbreviation for:
Chief Dental Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Chief Diversity Officer
chronic duodenal obstruction
congenital duodenal obstruction
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Last year the CTO summits were sold out and hosted over 100 amazing talks from senior engineering leaders representing companies like Hearst, Twitter, Stripe, Snapchat, Coinbase, Chef, GitHub, Atlassian, MongoDB, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Groupon, Tough Mudder, CustomInk, Spotify, Amazon, Conde Nast, Computech, comScore, Warby Parker, Intent Media, BirchBox, Gilt Groupe, Cisco and Oracle.
The CTO meeting encouraged ITU-T to study how it might accommodate the open-source community, with prime areas for collaboration identified in network-function virtualization, software-defined networking, cloud computing, IoT and video coding.
Relations between him and the CTO "centre" in Nicosia deteriorated.
The said agreement is expected to be particularly helpful to tackling the problem of tourism seasonality," CTO concludes.
BridgePoint Medical, which develops interventional cardiology technology for access to and treatment of chronic total occlusions (CTOs), has developed a proprietary, catheter-based system to treat coronary CTOs.
The amended Alberta Mental Health Act (the "Act") sets out the criteria under which a CTO may be written.
A question raised by the literature review is the difference between the CTO role and the commonly utilized roles of vice president of engineering or research and development.
Greg Johnson wears two hats as CTO and director of IT technology and engineering services at the Richmond, Va.
The employee can accrue a 240-hour maximum of CTO and overtime pay must be paid each payroll period after that;
Hiring a CTO only, who is responsible for both strategy and operations
Involvement by the CTO or other tax department personnel with corporate committees apparently affects how early the tax department becomes involved in corporate decision-making.
Everything you need to know in 60 minutes about becoming an expert PowerPoint user as a CTO and creating better looking and more effective PowerPoint presentations