Colorado Tech Weekly #296: Webroot Gets Acquired and Colorado Tech Continues to Grow

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’ve been doing this series for almost 5 years and in that time the already thriving Colorado tech community has continued unprecedented growth. When I started at Infinicept, we had 5 employees and when we went out for a company lunch on Friday we went with 23 people!

It would be really easy for me to take our growth for granted but it is important that we not only stay humble about our growth but also that we do so responsibly and with kindness.

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Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Carbonite to acquire Broomfield’s Webroot for $618.5M [BizWest]
  • EVS shuffles exec team [BizWest]
  • Goodbye WorldView-4? Our perspective on the recent Westminster-based Maxar announcement [apollomapping]
  • Tech’s impact on Denver — A budding scene [InnovatioNews]
  • Shattering the cybersecurity glass ceiling at the
    Air Force Association’s CyberPatriot youth cybersecurity competition in Arvada [YourHub]
  • Centennial’s proposed Amazon HQ2 site actively marketed for commercial development [DBJ]
  • Broomfield’s SpotX partners with The Trade Desk for its Unified ID Solution [SpotX]
  • Denver-based Ping announces updates to its software products [InnovatioNews]
  • Denver’s Mersive debuts Solstice 4.0 and the Next Generation hardware platform [Mersive]
  • Our Biggest Year Yet: Colorado Springs-based Titan Robotics gears up for 2019 Expos [TitanRobotics]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #241: Blockchains and Headquarters

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

The headlines aren’t usually the most interesting story. Yes, Bitcoin’s value is very interesting and the Amazon HQ2 story is fascinating but when I look past the big headlines I see the stories that have more meaning.

This week we have 4 companies that want to move their headquarters, or at least a big part of their operation, to Colorado that aren’t named Amazon. We also have 2 meetups coming up that talk about blockchain which is most well known as the technology behind cryptocurrencies but is way more interesting because it is capable of being so much more!

Infinicept is hiring for a mid-senior level Software Engineer! Come work with me and my team! If you have any questions, let me know and I’ll help you out. 

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Los Angeles private equity firm buys Denver tech company Mersive [DBJ]
  • A Look Back: 15 Years of SparkFun and the Maker Movement [SparkFun]
  • Two Colorado tech companies on Fortune’s ‘great place to work’ list [DBJ]
  • California cloud software maker Accelo plans to bring 787 jobs to Denver [DenverPost]
  • 2018 Bringing Changes for the Colorado Maker Hub [ColoradoMakerHub]
  • 2 international firms eye Denver area for American HQ locations [DBJ]
  • Australian software company is making Denver its U.S. base [DBJ]
  • Denver makes Amazon’s HQ2 finalist list — along with 19 other cities [DenverPost]
  • Get paid to go back to school: 3 techies share how their companies support continued growth [BuiltinColorado]
  • Built In Colorado’s 50 Startups to Watch in 2018 [BuiltinColorado]

Top Upcoming Events

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If you know of any other good news stories or sources about tech in Colorado or if you have any news stories or opinions of your own about Colorado tech, email me at COTechWeekly@Gmail.com.

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