Colorado Tech Weekly #240: Reflection, Direction and an Open Software Engineer Position

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 (Unless Monday was a holiday. I hope you had a great, and reflective, Martin Luther King Jr. Day!)!

This week has a good amount of both reflection and direction stories. I never thought too much about the relationship between the two until just now. In order to have good direction, it is important to reflect well on what has happened, where you are and where you intend to be.  I’m in a very good spot for this as I settle in after my first month at Infinicept and as I start my very last class to finish off my CS degree!

Speaking of Infinicept, we are 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

  • Boulder smart-home software developer Yonomi adds $5 million from manufacturer of car technology [DenverPost]
  • Our Role in Colorado Tech’s Continued Growth: A letter from the CEO [CTA]
  • Colorado Springs-based FoodMaven secures $8.6M in Series A fund round [InnovatioNews]
  • Colorado Springs software firm Cherwell Technology is looking for a new CEO [DBJ]
  • Centennial-based Innovation Pavilion greets the New Year [InnovationPavilion]
  • Staffing leader KORE1 invests in Denver through acquisition of Kranect [KORE1]
  • Denver-based Choozle CTO John Schnipkoweit on creating a dynamic and diverse workplace [Choozle]
  • Boulder’s Misty Robotics unveils its first personal robot, but not just anyone can buy it [DenverPost]
  • Denver’s GutCheck by the Numbers: 2017 [GutCheck]
  • CSU-Pueblo ‘CyberWolves’ win in national online security contest [PuebloChieftain]

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Colorado Tech Weekly #111: Made-to-Order Hackathons, EAGLE-Net Gets a Reboot and DaVinci Will Move to Westminster

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

Lord of the RIngs has dragons, elves and an entire world that is completely made up, but one of the most creative things to come out of that story for me is the number “eleventy-one”. I love that this is CTW number eleventy-one.

It seems like almost every week I’m excited for the stories I share. I’m very excited to see EAGLE-Net get a reboot with Zayo. EAGLE-Net is a project to get better internet access to public places in rural parts of Colorado. Doing anything with technology on a large scale over a large area is difficult to do correctly. I have confidence in Zayo. I wish them luck!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • NoCo Mini Maker Faire calls for makers to present at Oct. 9-11 event at RMCIT [InnovatioNews]
  • Golden Police to add drone to department’s tool kit [YourHub]
  • FCC poised to reject Douglas County-based Dish Network’s $3.3 billion airwaves discount [DBJ]
  • DaVinci Institute moving headquarters from Louisville to Westminster [InnovatioNews]
  • Centennial-based Arrow Electronics now letting customers order up a hackathon [Tech+]
  • Colorado’s top 50 startups to watch: Where are they now? [BuiltinColorado]
  • Centennial’s Evolution Digital buys Chicago TV-tech firm [Tech+]
  • FCC signs off on AT&T’s $48.5B buy of Dish competitor DirecTV [DBJ]
  • New Colorado STEMworks database spotlights successful STEM programs [CTA]
  • Boulder’s Zayo Group Holdings to oversee and support EAGLE-Net Alliance [InnovatioNews]

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