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    1. Denver, Boulder called top places to live for tech pros

      Denver, Boulder called top places to live for tech pros

      Denver ranked first and Boulder 10th in Homes.com’s Tech City Index 2016, a newly released assessment that lists what it calls the best places to live in the United States for technology professionals.

      The index score took into account factors including the number of technology jobs per thousand; the average technology job wage and the total number of people employed within the technology sector.

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    2. The drastic changes tech companies are making to lure new workers

      The drastic changes tech companies are making to lure new workers

      When TapInfluence in Boulder needed a chief technology officer, CEO Promise Phelon hired Eli Gild in March and simultaneously opened an office near his Silicon Valley home.

      "Hiring engineering talent is difficult everywhere," Phelon said. "Can I do a better job at being in more places at once? That's the core of our strategy. To be in more places, it's a retention play."

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    3. AT&T's pledge to hire more veterans for tech jobs in Colorado

      AT&T's pledge to hire more veterans for tech jobs in Colorado

      As part of its pledge to the White House on Thursday to hire an additional 10,000 veterans by 2020, AT&T said it wants to make sure its Colorado operations are on the minds of veterans looking for a new job.

      In Colorado, the company employs 4,000 people, with 80 employees self-identifying as a veteran. The company doubled its staff here after acquiring DirecTV.

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    4. University of Denver and Silicon STEM Academy Launch “STEM for Grown-Ups”

      University of Denver and Silicon STEM Academy Launch “STEM for Grown-Ups”

      The University of Denver’s Center for Professional Development and Silicon STEM Academy have partnered to provide a new curriculum of interactive STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) courses for teachers and professionals delivering a range of tech coursework including computer programming, mobile app development, robotics, Arduino software and more.

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    5. Trustpilot to open new office, add 40 jobs in Denver

      Trustpilot to open new office, add 40 jobs in Denver

      Trustpilot, an online ratings and review company based in Denmark, opened an office in Denver on May 1. The company will hire at least 40 people to handle its customer growth in western U.S.

      Trustpilot offers a TrustScore of businesses based on recent reviews of a company’s services or offerings. The company says it has more than 19 million consumer reviews from and that its online community is growing by 10,000 users a day. They have produced 120,000 businesses and is live in 27 companies.

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    6. Bill to impose fees on companies that don't provide health care passes 1st hurdle

      Bill to impose fees on companies that don't provide health care passes 1st hurdle

      Large employers that pay workers less than $12 an hour and don’t provide health care for them would be forced to pay significant fees to the state under a bill that received the approval of its first Colorado legislative committee on Thursday. The approval came despite warnings that even debating the measure is driving potential employers away from the state. Though Rep. K.C. Becker — a Boulder Democrat who is sponsoring House Bill 1435 along with House Majority Leader Crisanta Duran, D-Denver…

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    7. UCCS, Air Force Academy entrepreneurs dream their way to competition success

      UCCS, Air Force Academy entrepreneurs dream their way to competition success

      Entrepreneurship Conference and Competition over teams from 28 other schools, including Purdue University, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Southern California. Viper Irrigation Technology, a team of two Air Force Academy cadets that developed a way to inject water and nutrients directly into the vascular system of plants, finished second.

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