Colorado Tech Weekly #168: Pioneers in Every Way

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We take pride in being pioneers here. There are license plates just for families of pioneers that settled in Colorado but it’s not just the historical pioneers that make us proud. Our startup scene is full of successful and fun pioneers that pass on their enthusiasm, passion and knowledge to others and some of the stories this week highlight the different ways Coloradans continue to be pioneers. This week we get to be internet, space and cybersecurity pioneers. I’m looking forward to seeing what we have in store in the next week.

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Behind the scenes: what it’s really like to be a developer for Denver’s ThoughtWorks [BuiltinColorado]
  • CTOs to know: What Colorado’s tech leaders are working on now [BuiltinColorado]
  • Boulder-based Zayo Group posts $76.2M loss for fiscal year [BizWest]
  • Denver entrepreneur to run Project Loon, a Google ‘moonshot’ project [DBJ]
  • Douglas County’s Arrow Electronics ups its Indiegogo support with $1 million offered to makers of tech products [DenverPost]
  • Lockheed gives CU Boulder $3 million to fund space communications research [DailyCamera]
  • Westminster-based DigitalGlobe teams up with CosmiQ Works, NVIDIA and Amazon to launch SpaceNet [InnovatioNews]
  • Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs to hire CEO and host national conference [Gazette]
  • Seattle-area IT firm, Apptio, expanding in Denver files for IPO [DBJ]
  • Meet Our September 2016 Full Stack Web Development Graduates! [CodeCraft]

Top Upcoming Events

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