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    1. Wayin takes in new $13.1M investment round

      Wayin takes in new $13.1M investment round

      DENVER – Wayin, a Denver-based social tech platform, announced it has received a new $13.1 million round of funding from U.S. Venture Partners, Silicon Valley law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati, Burt Sugarman and Mike Meldman, CEO of Discovery Land Company.

      Wayin, co-founded and chaired by former Sun Microsystems chief executive Scott McNealy and led by a group of veteran technology, marketing and TV executives, experienced approximately 300 percent growth in 2013.

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    2. Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      Colorado Impact Fund has $62M to invest to improve state, turn profit

      A few years ago, Gov. John Hickenlooper told Colorado investors such as Jim Kelley that they ought to do more to help local entrepreneurs.

      The state has talent, the governor said, but businesses need better access to money and mentors.

      Kelley, co-founder of Vestar Capital Partners, took the challenge to heart and began researching the issue. And soon, he said, he agreed with Hickenlooper.

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    3. Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      HighJump Software, a Bloomington, Minnesota-based maker of logistics and supply-chain management technology, has been bought by Colorado Springs-based rival Accellos Inc. The merged company will operate under the HighJump name but will use the Accellos brand for midmarket supply chain execution technology. Accellos CEO Michael Cornell will lead the combined company. Terms weren't disclosed. HighJump has 498 employees; Accellos about 227. Accellos, which provides warehouse management systems to…

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    4. Gunbarrel's TeraBAT: Patent for disease-detecting breath analysis

      Gunbarrel's TeraBAT: Patent for disease-detecting breath analysis

      Gunbarrel-based TeraBAT Inc. has received a patent for what it calls its "breakthrough breath analysis" technology. The patent was awarded to co-founder and CEO Eyal Gerecht, a former researcher at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a former employee of the National Institutes of Standards and Technology for 10 years.

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    5. Senior Front End Developer

      Senior Front End Developer

      Posted by posted Jul 7 Pellucid Analytics www.pellucid.com Greater Boulder Area Tweet Share

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      We have several Senior Front End Development positions open. We want people who know JavaScript, CSS and even the JVM well beyond the syntax and into many of their idioms, patterns and advanced libraries. On the JavaScript side, we make heavy use of promises and modules; on the CSS side, we make use of transitions and tools for precompilation; on the JVM side we use Scala.

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    6. Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit applications available in early September

      DENVER – The online application process for the Advanced Industry Investment Tax Credit is expected to be available in early September, according to the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT).

      “Angel investments are critical ingredients that fuel innovation and new business creation in technology-driven sectors like the Advanced Industries,” said Jeff Kraft, OEDIT’s director of business funding and incentives.

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    7. Colorado Tech Weekly #56: Anything that can happen in tech is happening in Colorado

      Colorado Tech Weekly #56: Anything that can happen in tech is happening in Colorado

      posted by Scott Pantall on 07/07/2014 07:13 am * 1 read * 0 comments

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

      If you want to geek out about software development with me, check out my new Dev News Weekly that will be posted every Tuesday morning!

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    8. A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      Denver tech companies are seriously considering leaving the city limits after it came to light that the city charges a tax on software purchased by companies located in the city, based on the interpretation of a 1987 tax code.

      On Wednesday, representatives of the local technology community like Colorado Technology Association CEO Erik Mitisek and venture capitalist David Gold met with city officials after a handful of companies recently expressed interest in moving out of Denver because of the tax. Some companies, like TalentRiot, abandoned plans to relocate to the city.

      Earlier in the week over 30 members of the ...

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    9. CU-Boulder students design, build satellite in $1M NASA solar flare study

      CU-Boulder students design, build satellite in $1M NASA solar flare study

      BOULDER – University of Colorado-Boulder students are taking part in a $1 million, NASA-funded satellite project to get a closer look at solar flares.

      The Miniature X-ray Solar Spectrometer (MinXSS), led by CU-Boulder faculty in the university’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics and the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, recently was selected by NASA to launch in January from the International Space Station.

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    10. Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      DENVER – Twentyseven Global, a software and mobile application development company, announced it recently expanded its operations to Denver and moved into the collaborative workspace at INDUSTRY Denver.

      “Denver is one of the fastest-growing technology startup hubs in the country, but is unfortunately experiencing a shortage of skilled IT workers,” said Steve Roatch, Twentyseven Global’s CEO.

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    11. Continuing business growth at critical junctures

      Continuing business growth at critical junctures

      Technology and media and successful entrepreneurs 1575_ 6/30/14 - JB Holston has run a wide range of technology and media enterprises over the last two decades. He served as founding CEO for NewsGator (now Sitrion) from 2004 through 2012. We spoke to JB at the CTA Public Policy & Legislative Session Celebration where he updated us on his role at Sitrion and the exciting developments there.

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    12. Ascent Solar PV modules chosen by Vanguard Space Technologies for NASA research program

      Ascent Solar PV modules chosen by Vanguard Space Technologies for NASA research program

      THORNTON – Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: ASTI), a manufacturer and developer of state-of-the-art, flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, announced today its flexible, lightweight PV modules were selected by Vanguard Space Technologies for its NASA Small Business Innovative Research program.

      The program is intended to develop an economical, lightweight alternative to existing and emerging high-cost solar arrays for high-power space applications.

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    13. Technology companies fighting Denver tax

      DENVER (AP) - Denver officials were meeting with technology executives on Wednesday to discuss a city tax on software services that is leading some businesses to consider relocating. Denver economic development chief Paul Washington and Deputy Mayor and chief financial officer Cary Kennedy are scheduled to attend the ...

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    14. Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      About three dozen software industry members on Tuesday told Denver officials that taxing software sales in the city will hurt local tech industry job growth and is already scaring away businesses. In meeting convened by the Colorado Technology Association trade group in the wake of recent audits of Denver software companies, entrepreneurs urged City Treasurer Steve Ellington and city economist Jeff Romine to change the city’s interpretation of a 1987 code under which the city asserts nearly any…

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