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    1. #BoulderWins: Gnip's acquisition is a positive for the whole entrepreneurial community

      #BoulderWins: Gnip's acquisition is a positive for the whole entrepreneurial community

      On Wednesday night, hundreds of digital technologists gathered in the Boulder Theatre to celebrate the most anticipated deal closings in recent years. While notable founders, CEO's, and investors gathered around foodtrucks chatting nonchalantely, inside the momentum was rising. This is because in 2008 during Gnip's early years, founders Jud Valeski & Chris Moody pledged 1% of their Series A round -  totalling $1.1M-  to the Entrepreneur's Foundation of Colorado (EFCO).

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    2. Director of Product Manageme...

      Director of Product Manageme...

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      Director of Product Management

      Posted by posted Jun 5 Zen Planner www.zenplanner.com Greater Denver Area Tweet Share

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      Zen Planner is a fast-moving technology company based in Highlands Ranch, CO. We create the online member management system for your local gym, yoga studio, personal trainer, or martial arts school. We were ranked the #2 Best Workplace in the nation in 2013, as designated by Outside Magazine.

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    3. The Census Bureau has released their 2013 population estimates!

      Posted By Wendy Nkomo, Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Friday, June 06, 2014 ** * Colorado’s total population grew 1.52% to 5,268,367 between July 1, 2012 and July 1, 2013, ranking as the 4^th fastest in annual percentage growth and 5^th fastest in absolute growth in the nation. The United States as a whole grew .72% from 2012 to a total population of 316,128,839.

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    4. Uber, Lyft praise Colorado's new ride-share-app rules

      Uber, Lyft praise Colorado's new ride-share-app rules

      Colorado became the first state Thursday to enact legislation authorizing the use of smartphone apps that enable regular people to drive-for-hire in their own vehicles through services operated by tech companies like Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft.

      Representatives of Uber and Lyft reacted positively to the news, though Uber -- which operates the UberX ride-share service -- used the occasion to highlight ongoing threats from "insurance corporations, trial lawyers and mega-taxicab companies" -- in…

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    5. Open Cloud Code

      Open Cloud Code

      Flexible hybrid cloud platformE 1560_ 6/2/14 - Here at the Glue Conference 2014, we're talking with Kyle Kelley, with Rackspace a Flexible hybrid cloud platform. Kyle explained. You need choice, especially when it comes to where you run your databases, applications, and websites. That's why we provide tools for creating the right fit for your specific needs—whether hosted in your data center or ours, whether multi-tenant or dedicated, whether virtual or bare metal.

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    6. Hickenlooper signs UberX regulations, business personal property tax break

      Hickenlooper signs UberX regulations, business personal property tax break

      Tax breaks are coming to a number of Colorado small businesses and ride-sharing-app services UberX and Lyft will continue to operate, thanks to bills that Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law on Thursday. The Democratic governor inked a total of 24 measures on the second-to-last day for him to sign or veto bills passed during the 2014 legislative session. He still has several business-focused measures whose fate he must determine Friday, including a measure that would make it easier for the…

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    7. CU astronomer leads team that finds bizarre type of hybrid star

      CU astronomer leads team that finds bizarre type of hybrid star

      A team of astronomers led by the University of Colorado at Boulder has discovered a bizarre hybrid star that experts say may change our understanding of the evolution of the universe. But when project leader Emily Levesque first realized what her team might have discovered, she immediately curbed her enthusiasm.

      "You want to be excited about it, but you want to be very sure you've not made a mistake," said Levesque.

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    8. CU-Boulder launching startup accelerator for student entrepreneurs

      CU-Boulder launching startup accelerator for student entrepreneurs

      The University of Colorado Boulder is getting in on the startup incubator game. The school this weekend starts Catalyze CU, a program that will help six teams, made of 22 student entrepreneurs, launch businesses. Catalyze Boulder will offer mentorship, grants and space at a student-founded co-working and innovation center called Spark Boulder. During the program’s eight-week span, the student teams will develop their ideas and products while receiving guidance from local business experts who…

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    9. CTA Apex Conference 2014

      CTA Apex Conference 2014

      Designed for creative encounter and collaboration, APEX is the Colorado technology industry’s annual conference to celebrate accomplishment and set the direction for the coming year by gathering the community, recognizing excellence, sparking innovation, introducing disruption and proposing opportunity. Details on agenda and speakers coming soon.

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    10. 3 young Front Range tech companies to keep tabs on

      3 young Front Range tech companies to keep tabs on

      The Colorado startup community continues to grow expanding with new companies every year. Here's the lowdown on some of these up-and-coming companies and where they are headed in the future.

      Planning Pod, founded in 2013 by Jeff Kear and Steven Feingertz, helps customers simplify how they manage events and details with over 26 online tools in one app.

      Where did you get the idea for Planning Pod?

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    11. Women in Technology Conference

      Event Details

      June 13, 2014 from 8:30am to 4:30pm address Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield street 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon Road city/town Littleton phone 303.592.4070 website or map http://www.coloradot… organized by Colorado Technology Association Tweet

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      The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) is excited to host the 4th Annual Women in Technology (WIT) Conference. The full-day conference is a celebration of women across the tech industry in Colorado.

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    12. Gamma 2 Robotics fulfilling the promise of robots helping people

      By Barbara Hall


      DENVER — “They promised us robots,” said Dr. Jim Gunderson, co-founder and president of Gamma 2 Robotics in Denver. “By now, robots were supposed to be in our everyday lives helping us.”

      And with Gunderson’s company’s help, we’re getting there.

      Back in 2003, Gunderson and Dr. Louise Gunderson, co-founder and CTO, had a vision. They developed a product that used artificial intelligence to model financial markets and were quite successful.

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    13. CU Tech Transfer Office presents awards to four who helped commercialize faculty research

      CU Tech Transfer Office presents awards to four who helped commercialize faculty research

      * Tech Transfer * Social * INvest

      0 05 Jun 2014 Aurora, Christopher Yakacki, CU Denver/Anschutz, EndoShape, Rick Silva, Robert Doebele, Steve VanNurden, University of Colorado, University of Colorado Tech Transfer Office by InnovatioNews

      AURORA – Four awards were presented to University of Colorado researchers, companies and advisors who best represent the spirit of innovation at CU and best practices in commercialization of university technologies.

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