Colorado Tech Weekly #238: Starting Off 2018 the Right Way

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January 2nd is one of the best days of the year. Resolutions are made, hopes are high, your not hungover from partying on New Years Eve like you were yesterday and it’s time to get moving on your goals. This week our tech community helps out with that with a bunch of great events!

Have a great week and excellent 2018!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Engine, contracts and other big milestones on deck for Denver’s ULA in 2018 [DBJ]
  • Celebrating Denver-based Red Canary’s best security blogs of 2017 [RedCanary]
  • Remote Colorado counties rally for broadband coverage [ColoradoOIT]
  • Denver’s MassRoots unveils action plan to tap California rec MJ market opening Jan. 3, appoints Dietrich CEO [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver-based Ibotta’s 2017 year in review [Ibotta]
  • Tech talent chasing cheap housing is fleeing Silicon Valley and Denver is one of the top 5 destinations, real estate CEO says [DenverPost]
  • Broomfield-based N.io Innovation’s parent company seeking $1.5M [BizWest]
  • OnDeck adds a BlackRock-managed fund to its platform of financing partners [OnDeck]
  • From NCC to NIST, cyber’s center stage [CSBJ]
  • Kevin Owocki @ Ignite Boulder 34 presentation of Blockchain is the next TCP/IP [KevinOwocki]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #187: Cybersecurity, 3D Printing at CES and 2 Cool Colorado Stories

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I will follow ANY blog and ANY Twitter account that has to do with the Colorado technology community, so if your 2017 resolution is to write a tech blog, send me the link. I’ll subscribe. This way I can get more cool first-hand stories like the 2 bottom stories featured this week.

One is by Jud Valeski on how the Gnip/Twitter deal happened. The last story featured is by Noel Warden, a local online coding boot camp student who shared some of his strategies that landed him his first software developer job. Congrats Noel!

This week also features 2 Colorado companies that showed leadership in the 3D printing industry at CES and 2 other articles highlighting the growing cybersecurity industry in Colorado.

Send me your links! Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • 4 Colorado tech CEOs share their New Year’s resolutions [BuiltinColorado]
  • Cybersecurity training program expands to Colorado Springs [Gazette]
  • S4 Inc. will add 100 workers in Colorado Springs [BizWest]
  • Loveland’s Aleph Objects announces new software at CES 2017 [InnovatioNews]
  • New year, new you: 7 Colorado companies hiring like crazy in 2017 [BuiltinColorado]
  • Security Weekly Talks to Brian Beyer, Denver-based Red Canary CEO [RedCanary]
  • MacGyver Moment #1: Data sharing for the rest of us [ColoradoOIT]
  • Colorado Springs’s Titan Robotics unveils the Cronus at CES 2017 [Titan3DRobotics]
  • How did Boulder-based Gnip get the Twitter deal? [JudValeski]
  • Becoming a Full Stack Developer with Bloc.io [NoelWorden]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #137: A good week for companies with ‘Z’ in their name

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Zillow is going to grow. Dizzion is expanding. Galvanize gets funding. And Sierra Nevadza will need to hire to fulfill their awesome cool NASA contract. OK, there’s no ‘Z’ in Sierra Nevada but that’s still pretty exciting news for them. It’s great seeing front range companies grow!

I’m going to start figuring out how to turn this weekly post into a podcast and I’m going to start looking for tweets with the hashtag #coloradotech to build my lists. I’m looking forward to interacting with you in new, fun ways!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Silicon Slopes: 5 innovative tech companies that call ski towns home [BuiltinColorado]
  • No love for Loveland: Madwire Media is moving to Ft. Collins [BuiltinColorado]
  • Hiring likely soon at Louisville-based Sierra Nevada Space Systems thanks to NASA contract [Boulderopolis]
  • Denver’s Dizzion expands offices, staff to accommodate record growth [Dizzion]
  • 4 companies leading the charge for a more diverse Colorado tech [BuiltinColorado]
  • Broncos use technology to deepen fan support [DenverPost]
  • Denver-based Galvanize raises $3 million in venture from Colorado fund [Tech+]
  • Lunch & Learn Recap: Kendra Prospero, CEO of Turning the Corner, on tips from a technical recruiter & job placement professional [CodeCraft]
  • The Colorado Office of Information Technology FY15 Annual Report is hot off the press [ColoradoOIT]
  • Zillow says it will add 150 Denver-area jobs [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #134: Colorado Tech Takes a Look Back.. But I Want To Jump Forward!

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I’m not sure about you but I’m ready to get this year started! Most people got a 4 day weekend to start the year and I’m ready to get it moving.

The articles for this week’s CTW are still looking back at last year, which is good because it gives us a launching point for this year. We also have a full slate of 10 upcoming events that all look like excellent uses of time so go check them out!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Your guide to starting a career as a developer in Colorado [BuiltinColorado]
  • Boulder-based Terma Software reports 2015 will be highest revenue year ever [InnovatioNews]
  • Englewood’s IHS acquires Canadian vehicle history company [DBJ]
  • Denver-based Fruition introduces new tools, earns awards in 2015 [Fuition]
  • Colorado tech brought in over $1B in 2015: Here were the 5 biggest rounds [BuiltinColorado]
  • DBJ Year in Review: 2015’s best and worst Colorado tech stocks [DBJ]
  • Go Code Colorado is back for 2016! [ColoradoOIT]
  • Boulder-based SportsLabs to provide CFP Gameday app for college football champion games [InnovatioNews]
  • The new years resolutions of 7 Colorado tech companies’ CEOs [BuiltinColorado]
  • Westminster-based Coalfire establishes fund to honor late CEO [DenverPost]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #112: Every kind of tech in every kind of way

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You know all the cool buzzwords: “internet of things”, “wearables”, “smart watches”, “drones” and guess what? It’s all happening in Colorado!

This is a week where I had the hardest time ONLY posting 10 news items. I would suggest you follow me on Twitter to see all the news stories I want to put in these posts but am unable to due to my own artificial constraints. Granted I could add more stories, but then I’d add too much so I’ll just stick with 10.

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Tech Roundup: Colorado’s largest hiring initiative, Kapow comes to Denver & more [BuiltinColorado]
  • Hickenlooper: Google-backed ZenPayroll plans to hire 1,750 people in Denver [DenverPost]
  • Denver rated America’s best place for business by Forbes; 4 other Colorado cities in top 40 [DBJ]
  • Centennial’s Arrow launching ‘Internet of Things’ boot camp [InnovatioNews]
  • Ft. Collins-based Agribotix drones approved by FAA [Agribotix]
  • Alteryx moves Boulder office to Broomfield, with plans for major growth [BizWest]
  • Boulder-based Occipital raises $13M Series B funding round [BizWest]
  • Gaugewear licenses wearable sensor technology from CU-Boulder [BizWest]
  • Greeley-based Lucan Technologies to launch re-designed modular SmartWatch [InnovatioNews]
  • Tomorrow’s tech talent [ColoradoOIT]

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