Colorado Tech Weekly #295: SendGrid Highlights Colorado Tech’s Monetary Value and We Talk About Imposter Syndrome

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I’ve been a software developer for just over a year now. My first year was definitely a constant battle against imposter syndrome. Now that I have experience, that imposter syndrome is gone right? Hahahaha-no. It turns out that imposter syndrome isn’t just for newbies. It can be a constant issue for all developers and I like talking about it for the same reason I enjoy talking about mental health. Both issues are things that most people have to deal with and both issues are things that most people don’t talk about. This is why I’m excited to see that a few Colorado tech groups are getting together on February 12 to talk about imposter syndrome openly.

Infinicept is hiring again for a Software Engineer so we can bring our team of developers up to 6! I enjoy working for Infinicept partly because as an employee of a small company I get to help shape the culture. We’re a team that enjoys achieving together, learning together and helping each other out. I joke with my co-workers that I feel like I’m telling candidates what they want to hear when they ask about our culture. Interested? Let us know!

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Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Gusto continues ‘incredible’ growth in Denver with latest expansion to employ 1000 [DBJ]
  • As Denver-based Ibotta hits $500M cash-back milestone a new way to get that cash is in the works [DBJ]
  • Denver’s ThreatX taps cybersecurity veteran Chris Brazdziunas to speed innovation [InnovatioNews]
  • Division of Denver digital services firm,
    Statêra, acquired by Baltimore company, Catalyte [DBJ]
  • Why MyStrength, a Denver tech firm focused on mental health, decided to sell its business [DBJ]
  • Boulder-based Inscripta raises $30 million in capital [BizWest]
  • How the chief ethics officer of Denver ethics software firm, Convercent, handles business biggest issues [DBJ]
  • Boulder’s Stateless secures $11.3M in Series A funds to improve network connectivity [InnovatioNews]
  • Colorado medical device maker, JustRight Surgical, rebrands as Bolder Surgical after $27M raise enters adult surgical market [DBJ]
  • Twilios purchase of Denver-based SendGrid just closed and the deal is now worth $1 billion more [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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Colorado Tech Weekly #294: More Than Just Skills, Compensation and Benefits

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

Infinicept is hiring again for a Software Engineer so we can bring our team of developers up to 6! I enjoy working for Infinicept partly because as an employee of a small company I get to help shape the culture. We’re a team that enjoys achieving together, learning together and helping each other out. I joke with my co-workers that I feel like I’m telling candidates what they want to hear when they ask about our culture.

I’ve noticed that there’s been a lot of companies hiring and people starting new jobs recently. It’s neat to see what people and companies bring to the table that is more than just skills, compensation and benefits. It feels like those things are an expected part of getting and keeping talent but the important part is the way you feel about a company or person? Maybe “how they make you feel” is not the right way to put it, but I’m talking about the things that are hard to put in a job posting or resume that makes managing talent (yours and others’) challenging and interesting.

I am dangerously close to launching off on a tangent so before I do that, here’s this week’s latest tech news and events! Only 6 more Colorado Tech Weekly posts will be on ScottPantall.com. After that, you’ll be able to find them on the new and improved ColoradoTechWeekly.com.

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • 5 minutes with Adam Enbar the founder of a WeWork-owned coding school that’s coming to Denver [DBJ]
  • RingCentral to acquire Boulders Connect First [BizWest]
  • Denver-area cable company, Wideopen West, laying off more than 200 employees [DBJ]
  • New Colorado CIO wants to deliver ‘customer delight’ to state workers and residents [StateScoop]
  • Westminster-based Maxar’s shares plummet after satellite failure [DenverPost]
  • Highlands Ranch’s Field Squared closes 2018 second year of record revenue growth [FieldSquared]
  • Denver-based Choozle donates $2772.33 to two Denver nonprofits [Choozle]
  • Denver-based Visible launches on Android plans to sell smartphones [DBJ]
  • Boulder’s Technical Integrity acquires diversity and inclusion startup, Find My Flock [TechnicalIntegrity]
  • Nominations open for 2019 Colorado Manufacturing Awards deadline is Feb. 15 [InnovatioNews]

Top Upcoming Events

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