Colorado Tech Weekly #292: Automation is Great When It Works

Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

This week it feels like 2019 is finally starting to kick into gear. It’s one of those weeks where I am REALLY tempted to share more than 10 things but I am stopped only by tradition and sheer stubbornness. However once I start posting these on the cool, new ColoradoTechWeekly.com I will have the option for users to get daily emails of Colorado Tech from me which will, hopefully, add some value for you.

Speaking of emails, as I get things set up for the new site I learned yesterday that my COTechWeekly@gmail.com email has NOT been being forwarded to my email inbox since… August I think. I noticed some cool tips and news stories that you’ve sent that I am very grateful for and very sorry that I’ve been ignoring.

As I get closer to Colorado Tech Weekly #300 which will be the last Colorado Tech Weekly post on ScottPantall.com I am increasingly wondering if I have any idea what I’m doing.

Look forward to the new and improved ColoradoTechWeekly.com and have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Top Colorado Mobile App Developers 2019 [Kumulos]
  • Boulder’s Yonomi recognized as breakthrough IoT development tool [BizWest]
  • Boulder-based Sphero donates $110K to classroom project nonprofit [BizWest]
  • Get to Know the Boulder Automox Team: Namaste Reid Director of Software Engineering [Automox]
  • Denver cloud solutions company Hosting.com merging with Chicago competitor [DBJ]
  • Denver-based Healthgrades acquires Birmingham firm to expand footprint [DBJ]
  • 2019 is the year of artificial intelligence for Douglas County’s Arrow Electronics [DBJ]
  • Boulder-based Radish Systems announces leadership transition CEO Szczurek leaves to become states information guru [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver’s Sitter reassesses its future after shrinking margins [BizWest]
  • Boulder sports-tech firm TeamSnap inks its largest U.S. partnership with youth soccer program [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #291: Every Kind of Technology

Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

I like when there’s a trend in the tech news or a subject that I can focus on here before delivering the Colorado tech news that I find interesting. But I also really like it when there’s no theme because it shows how much is covered by our tech community! I noticed this especially in the upcoming events. It’s really cool that you can find an event for every kind of tech interest in Colorado!

Speaking of events, I’ll be at the Develop Happy Hour tomorrow night and I’ve made it a point to participate more in the Denver Devs Slack so please say “Hi!”

Here’s your reminder that Colorado Tech Weekly #300 will be the last Colorado Tech Weekly post on ScottPantall.com. Look forward to the new and improved ColoradoTechWeekly.com and have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Denver-based Ping Identity expands leadership team with two new veteran executives [InnovatioNews]
  • Douglas County’s Dish Network wants to improve TV ads by analyzing your emotions [DBJ]
  • Boulder company Alpine Media Technology LLC creates chairlift information system [BizWest]
  • Westminster’s Maxar incorporates in U.S. [BizWest]
  • Colorado’s internet of roads is a go. Soon cars will “talk” to signs and traffic signals [ColoradoSun]
  • New year new career? These 25 Denver tech companies have big hiring plans in 2019 [DBJ]
  • Douglas County’s Dish Network to double down on ‘huge gamble’ a narrowband IoT network [DBJ]
  • Boulder-based Double Helix Optics raises $1.4 million in capital [BizWest]
  • Denver’s Catalyst HTI adds Canadian mediation headband company, Muse, to campus [InnovatioNews]
  • Boulder-based Simple Energy expects to double revenue and help you cut back on energy [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #290: Reflections, Predictions, A Mistake and a Universally Universal Remote

Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning (Unless Monday was a holiday or the eve of a holiday that I used as an excuse to put off writing this post)!

Today is the first business day of 2019. Sure yesterday was New Years Day but today is the first day many of us go back to work after spending at least a little time reflecting. It would be nice if every first day back to work felt this way.

I’m gonna make a prediction that I know will come true because I have full control over the outcome. Colorado Tech Weekly #300 will be the last Colorado Tech Weekly post on my site because Colorado Tech Weekly is getting its own site!! I’m super excited for this!!

Have a great week and a great new year!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Denver-based Ibotta’s Year In Review: 2018 Edition [Ibotta]
  • Looking Back on 2018 [KidsTek]
  • GetSparked Year in Review [SparkFun]
  • Douglas County’s Dish Network patent reveals plans for the ultimate universal remote [DBJ]
  • Developer Relations: (More Than) The Art of Talking Good [EmilyFreeman]
  • Predictions for 2019 [KieranMcCarthy]
  • Investing in myself what worked in 2018 and my digital marketing predictions for 2019 [RyanLevander]
  • What caused nationwide CenturyLink outage? The root of the problem was in Denver memo says [DBJ]
  • Loveland names new leader for broadband division [BizWest]
  • Westminster-based Maxar’s decision to sell restructure satellite business looms [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #289: Success Sets Up Expectations of Success

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The end of the year always brings about feelings of reflection and hope. When I first started this series I would try to do predictions but I found that I was just creating a game that I was certain to lose then being annoyed that I was losing at the prediction game I invented. Instead I’ll just spend some time reflecting which should probably go into a blog post of its own but oh well.

2018 was my first full year as a software engineer!! I graduated with my Computer Science degree from Regis University!! I attended Denver Startup Week! I helped hire 3 more engineers, doubling our engineering team size!! I had an overwhelming year of successes that I am just now realizing and it is, understandably, overwhelming!!

You would think a year of successes would be easy, but a large part of me fears success because success sets expectations higher. Yeah I’m a software engineer, but can I continue to be a good one? Can I show that my degree is worth something? How do I help my team continue to grow and excel and grow?

Success sets up expectations for success. This is true for personal success as well as for companies, industries, areas, organizations, etc. I’m just gonna take a moment to enjoy my current successes and reflect on lessons learned before planning my future successes. I hope you can do the same.

Since I used Christmas Eve as an excuse to postpone Colorado Tech Weekly, I’m gonna do the same thing for New Years Eve! Have a great week! See ya next year!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Boulder’s TeamSnap appoints new leader to expand its fast-growing payments platform [TeamSnap]
  • Boulder-based Misty Robotics closes on $11 million equity raise [BizWest]
  • Boulder’s Giide raises more than $350,000 for new learning app [BizWest]
  • Broomfield-based Webroot reports 19th consecutive growth quarter [BizWest]
  • 2019 Cybersecurity & Tech Trend Predictions [zvelo]
  • Colorado is No. 2 on Milken Tech and Science Index [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver was a magnet for some of the world’s most recognizable tech companies in 2018 [DBJ]
  • Boulder software developers, Techtonic Group, look to grow apprenticeship program [BizWest]
  • Lockheed Martin Space could add up to 550 jobs in Jefferson County as part of its missile program [DenverPost]
  • California-based high-tech company Xactly making Denver its center of gravity [DenverPost]

Top Upcoming Events

  • THERE ARE NO TECH EVENTS THIS WEEK!

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Lessons I Learned My First Year As A Software Developer That Have Very Little To Do With Coding

December 4th marked my one year anniversary as a software engineer/developer/programmer/coder and after a year I have learned a few things. One of those things is that job titles mean very little, especially in a startup but I’m getting ahead of myself. So here are some of the non-technical lessons I have learned about being a developer in the past year in no particular order.

Being a software developer means being constantly overwhelmed but productive in spite of it

https://workingwomenoffaith.com/a-word-for-the-overwhelmed/

About 2 weeks into my job I had a bad day. Well I had a lot of bad days in my first year but this day I complained about it and the advice I got was that consistently succeeding at this job is hard. It’s true! Technology is constantly changing. Business logic is fuzzy and evolving. Algorithms are hard to track and predict how they’ll interact with other code.

It’s overwhelming. It’s more whelms than anyone can handle every day and it doesn’t get any better which is comforting in a weird way. Hearing that experienced developers struggle is a reminder that programming is hard regardless of how much experience we have.

Programmers are constantly being told we’re wrong. It’s a big part of our jobs and that’s OK

https://www.stilldrinking.org/programming-sucks

The afternoon of my first Friday at my new job I got a message from my lead developer, Nicholas. It was something along the lines of “We need to talk about a mistake in your code on Monday” and I started to worry. “What is he going to say? How will I deal with this criticism? He’s going to tell me I’m wrong!!” Then I started to panic a little. Then I thought about what I had been doing all week. Then I chuckled at myself.

When I run my code that doesn’t work correctly, my compiler tells me I’m wrong. When my code works, but not the way I intended, the results tell me I’m wrong. This happens multiple times a day. I am told constantly that I’m wrong by my computer so why should it be any different when the criticism comes from a person? Being able to take criticisms at face value is a good skill to have in this career. We are wrong and we are wrong a lot. And that’s ok. It’s just part of the job.

Questions are just questions

http://chasetechconsultants.com/featured/do-you-have-any-questions-for-me-what-to-ask-your-interviewer-intelligent-inquiries-to-stand-out-end-of-interview/

One big thing about working in a team is that other people are required to read and understand the code that you write. At Infinicept, this is the primary reason behind pull requests. I had never worked on a team before so initially I got very defensive when another developer would ask me why I did something a certain way and I would assume that I did the thing wrong and that they were passive aggressively letting me know that I was dumb. This is a lot to assume from someone asking a simple question.

Engineers like solving problems and we like finding different ways to solve the same problems. The kind of engineers I work with (and like to work with) like to help each other do this. This should be assumed to be the reason for questions until proven otherwise.

Equal parts pride and humility are required for this career

https://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/h/humility.asp

Being new to professional software development, my humility was unbound. No one was more humble than I was (that’s my favorite humility joke)! For months, my impostor syndrome was a huge part of how I saw myself even though I was aware that impostor syndrome makes no sense especially when I had the job and I was helping to hire more developers and I was contributing code and it was working. Too much humility makes you miserable.

As I took on more tasks, I found that I had to have a certain amount of pride to start the new task. I had to tell myself “I can do this thing I’ve never done” or “I can learn this thing I didn’t know existed til just now” or “This new idea is worth trying even though I came up with it.” We need to be proud of our work and our ideas to write code! However we can all picture working with someone with too much pride. That one person who doesn’t accept feedback and listen because they know all the things? I don’t want to be that person.

Being a software developer requires being proud of your ideas and your work and being accepting and proud of others’ ideas and work!

It’s VERY important to take care of yourself!

https://astepaheadfoundation.tumblr.com/post/163187257644/its-so-important-to-take-care-of-yourself-do

In March I started to feel like I should be more competent. I had been a professional coder for 4 WHOLE MONTHS. Instead of feeling accomplished, I felt stressed that I should be able to do more. Our company was delivering our first real big-deal deliverable to an important client at the end of the month and my daughter was struggling with a strange issue with her elbow that was very painful and required surgery. All employees were working 10+ hour days and weekends. Oh, and I was finishing up my last Computer Science courses for my degree.

For the whole month I didn’t go to the gym once and survived almost solely on caffeine and alcohol. Then at the end of the month, after I had served in the Marine Corps and spent 12 years as a 9-1-1 dispatcher, I had my first real anxiety attack. I never want to do that again. My coworkers, managers and founders never want to have a month like that again. So we all resolved to take better care of ourselves and each other as people.

We do not do good work when we are too tired and/or too stressed. This is why it’s important to take care of our mind and body. Also it just makes the job and life more enjoyable!

Programming knowledge is not linear

https://stackoverflow.blog/2017/02/07/what-programming-languages-weekends/

Working for a brand new startup meant that I got the opportunity to help hire more developers which meant I got to talk with a few developers who had more experience and it makes sense that someone with 5 years of experience as a programmer would have 5 years more knowledge about programming. It turns out this is not true.

First of all, “experience” is a very vague term. Two years of being pigeonholed in doing small repetitive tasks is way different than spending two years building and designing new things. You can have two years of experience or you can have one year of experience twice and it’s hard to tell at a glance what kind of experience someone has.

Then there’s the ever changing world of languages and frameworks. Did you know all the things about JavaScript four years ago but haven’t used it since? Did you switch from a back-end role to a dev-ops role? What knowledge did you or can you retain from the work you did 3 jobs ago?

It is impossible to assume that another programmer knows more or less about a specific technology just by looking at their years of experience.

You’re going to encounter bad code

https://heartbeat.fritz.ai/how-great-data-scientists-can-stop-writing-bad-code-9b054eb62b75

Learning to code involves starting from “Project -> New” and all the code you write is very small in scope, structured properly and efficiently and checked by someone who knows better. Then that project is quickly discarded for another project that highlights another concept.

Writing code as a professional developer involves working on the nth iteration of a code-base using libraries, tools and concepts that may or may not work well together. At first the code won’t make sense because you’re new to all this but sometimes code won’t make sense because it goes against best practices or just doesn’t work and no one really noticed yet.

It’s VERY hard to tell the difference between the two starting out but I found it very liberating to find out that some of the code I didn’t understand was code that didn’t make sense.

It’s also very important to consider why the bad code happened. There are tons of reasons other than “This person is teh stupidz!” for bad code. It’s important to have empathy for that prior developer because that prior developer is going to be you one day.


These are just a few of the things I’ve learned in my first year as a software developer. I look forward to all the things I get to learn in the next year!

Colorado Tech Weekly #288: New Offices, Strategic Acquisitions and Growth

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This week’s headline could be the headline for any Colorado Tech Weekly post, but I couldn’t think of a better summary. New workplaces for Western Union, Localhost Arena and Zayo. Acquisitions involving Sovrn, Swiftpage, Avoka and SendGrid and growth involving Jumpcloud, Liqid and Automox! That’s the real summary of the past week but that would make a really long headline.

The next Colorado Tech Weekly post will be delayed until December 26th because I don’t think anyone will pay much attention on Christmas Eve. Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Everyone gets a view at Western Union’s new digital-focused Denver HQ (Photos) [DBJ]
  • Localhost Arena, Colorado’s largest Esports arena opens in Lakewood [Westword]
  • Boulder-based Zayo leases former Chipotle headquarters doubles downtown Denver space [BizWest]
  • Boulder’s Sovrn acquires CA firm VigLink [BizWest]
  • Denver-based Swiftpage accelerates growth strategy with acquisition of Kuvana Inc. [InnovatioNews]
  • Swiss company acquires Broomfield’s Avoka for $245M [BizWest]
  • Broomfield-based Liqid raises more than $7M in capital [BizWest]
  • Boulder’s JumpCloud announces executive leadership appointments [JumpCloud]
  • 5 questions with Denver-based SendGrid CEO after his company sold for $2 billion [DBJ]
  • Boulder-based Automox quadruples revenue continues momentum with year of record growth [Automox]

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Colorado Tech Weekly #287: Space, Games, Payments, Public Safety, Tech and Holiday Parties

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The startup I work for (I keep wanting to say “My company” but I don’t want people to think I’m in charge) has hired a Front-End Engineer and he will be the first employee we hire with less experience than I have which is pretty exciting. We are still hiring for a full stack .NET engineer and a software implementation engineer. Infinicept is a very small company so we don’t have a single person to do recruiting and hiring, we just have us and it’s made me appreciate what work is done by a good “people person”. It’s also a great place to work (although I’m admittedly biased)!!

This week I am struck by the biases I show in the articles I share each week. Some of that bias is explicit. This series is called “Colorado Tech Weekly” so it is obviously going to only share news and events that have to do with Colorado and technology, but my other biases are not explicit so here are my biases I am showing this week:

  • If your news or event is about space or gaming I’m more likely to share those articles for no other reason than I think space is cool and gaming is fun.
  • I spent 12 years as a 911 dispatcher, so I will always be drawn more towards tech companies that try to make public safety easier.
  • I work at Infinicept where we make it easier for our clients to help their clients accept credit cards so I will be drawn towards payments-related tech articles.
  • “Tech” is a HUGE space to cover. Since I am a software developer, I will naturally share more software articles than other Colorado tech subjects. Also few things make me feel more programmer-y than making software for other people to make software.

I think it’s important to be aware and comfortable with biases when sharing information and I’m pretty comfortable with mine. This week’s events mostly have to do with holiday parties which is not one of my biases but still sound like fun.

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Denver’s Rhodium Incident Management is changing how emergency managers plan for natural disasters [DBJ]
  • Denver-based Xero launches open banking API to bring financial data to businesses [ProgrammableWeb]
  • Littleton-made NASA spacecraft arrives at ancient asteroid its first visitor [DenverPost]
  • Women in tech to know: 6 more local leaders shaping growth at their companies [BuiltinColorado]
  • Marketer Iterable joins Colorado tech rush with new office in Denver [DenverPost]
  • Boulder-based Tendril receives investment from Rubicon Technology Partners to accelerate growth [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver’s Ping Identity previews new product for app developers [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver-based Slalom reimagines how companies build software and technology with launch of Slalom Build [DigitalColorado]
  • Boulder sports tech company TeamSnap sees big upside with payments [DBJ]
  • Denver’s Greystone Gives Back: Volunteering with The Denver Rescue Mission [GreystoneTechnology]

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Colorado Tech Weekly #286: Space is Still Cool. Hiring is Still Happening

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The startup I work for (I keep wanting to say “My company” but I don’t want people to think I’m in charge) has hired a Front-End Engineer and he will be the first employee we hire with less experience than I have which is pretty exciting. We are still hiring for a full stack .NET engineer and a software implementation engineer. Infinicept is a very small company so we don’t have a single person to do recruiting and hiring, we just have us and it’s made me appreciate what work is done by a good “people person”. It’s also a great place to work (although I’m admittedly biased)!!

Speaking of hiring, I had the person behind the Randori Security Twitter account reach out to say that they are hiring engineers. Check them out at www.randori.com. Maybe I should consider adding a “Hiring” or “Job Postings” section?

Last week, Insight landed on Mars after being built in Colorado. That’s just awesome. I will always be excited by stories and tech that have to do with space. It just feels cooler when cool things are doing cool things outside our atmosphere. Now we have companies working on a moon program?! That’s so cool!!

Speaking of cool, Tuesday is my one year anniversary at Infinicept! My software career will be able to be measured by years now!

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Colorado-built Lockheed Martin spacecraft succeeds in NASA Mars landing [InnovatioNews]
  • National Cybersecurity Center in Colorado Springs expanding role in cyber competitions [CSGazette]
  • Douglas County’s Dish Network taps Colorado’s CIO as its next chief digital officer [DBJ]
  • How Denver cybersecurity company CyberGRX is spending its $30 million raise [DBJ]
  • Slack’s arrival is ‘huge stamp of approval’ for Denver as next big tech hub [DBJ]
  • Durango-based GitPrime scales up business to double its employees by 2019 [SCAPE]
  • Making spirits bright: How 5 Colorado tech companies give back during the holidays [BuiltinColorado]
  • 2 Iranian hackers indicted for ransomware attack on CDOT other agencies [9News]
  • California has Silicon Valley. Could Colorado become home to Aerospace Alley? [DenverPost]
  • NASA picks two Colorado companies for new $2.6B moon program [DBJ]

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Denver Startup Week 2018 Review

Want to write easy content for your blog? Take one subject and write 4 blog posts about that one subject. Want to squeeze one more blog out of that onion of an idea? Take that idea and those 4 blog posts and put them all into one post to make it easier for people to find all the posts related to that one idea.

In this case, that one idea is the 2018 Denver Startup Week which was my first startup week. It was fun and felt like a good use of my time. Want to know more about my 2018 Denver Startup Week experience? Check out the posts here:

Colorado Tech Weekly #285: Code Schools, Open Source and Growth

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As I look at my headline for this week, I think that could be one really great subject. I wonder how many code school students were able to have an easier time jumping into an open source project and how much growth that allowed for both the students and the projects. As a computer science student myself, I’ve always found the process of contributing to open source projects intimidating which is why I should probably participate in more things like Hacktober. But this isn’t what this post is about!

This week we have a cornucopia of news about the Colorado tech community despite the holiday that causes us to use words like “cornucopia”. We have 2 new entries into the code school space with one in Greeley and one in Denver. The growth of the Denver and greater Colorado tech community continues at a rocketing pace. And we have not one, but two open source meetups coming up on the front range! 

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving. Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Douglas County-based DISH Names Atilla Tinic Chief Information Officer [DISH]
  • Denver gov-tech firm Granicus not done buying companies after 4th acquisition in past year [DBJ]
  • Construction starts on future Madwire HQ redevelopment project in Fort Collins [BizWest]
  • 9 Colorado companies make Deloitte’s list of fastest-growing tech companies [DBJ]
  • INterview with Magued Eldaief Prescient CEO [InnovatioNews]
  • The Software Guild partners with the University of Northern Colorado to bring new coding bootcamp to Greeley [DigitalColorado]
  • Alpine SG acquires Loveland software company E-Courier [BizWest]
  • Boulder CAD software firm Frustum CEO on why he sold company for $70 million [DBJ]
  • WeWork-backed Flatiron School coding bootcamp opening in Denver [DBJ]
  • Tech firm Xactly moves into new downtown Denver office [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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