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    1. State sees tech job growth, but also a need to prepare future workers

      State sees tech job growth, but also a need to prepare future workers

      When Dick Williams accepted the job as CEO of the Boulder security firm Webroot Inc. five years ago, he told the board he needed 90 days to decide whether he would commute from his home in San

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    2. 3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      As it exists today, the tech industry may not be as attractive or welcoming for women as it is for men. The salary gap between men and women is 67% and men make up more than 70% of the technology industry according to a study out of the TriNet SMBeat. That’s a problem, because startups with at least one woman on their founding team are almost 20% more likely to have generated revenue than companies without women.

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    3. Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Continuing a months-long trend of major recruiting spends, the Colorado Economic Development Commission offered $19 million Thursday to eight companies that could create as many as 1,267 jobs in the state — including one whose CEO accepted the incentives on the spot and pronounced he would move his headquarters to Denver from San Francisco.

      Jason Fletcher, CEO of cloud-computing provider Granicus, said his company will create 221 new jobs over the next eight years as it relocates to Denver and…

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    4. Colorado Showing Up - Hour of Code and Computer Science Education Week

      Colorado Showing Up - Hour of Code and Computer Science Education Week

      Congratulations and thank you to all of the Colorado organizations below that have signed up to participate in Colorado's Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week Dec 8-15!

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    5. "From Dev Bootcamps to Degrees" - Education Round Table

      "From Dev Bootcamps to Degrees" - Education Round Table

      Girl Develop It presents  "From Dev Bootcamps to Degrees" - Education Round Table.  Please register here to attend.

      Dec 8-14th is Computer Science Education Week and GDI Fort Collins wants to celebrate it with a Round Table discussion on computer programming education!

      Fort Collins, CO - USA

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    6. Colorado Tech Weekly #73: Mad Geniuses, Ty Lawson and Go Vote!

      Colorado Tech Weekly #73: Mad Geniuses, Ty Lawson and Go Vote!

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

      Tomorrow is Election Day! It should be a holiday, but for some weird reason it's not. Make sure that you vote! Even better would be doing some research, and then voting.

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    7. Push for STEM education in Colorado gathers steam

      Push for STEM education in Colorado gathers steam

      Kathy Norton gave a perfect example Friday morning of how an innovative partnership is helping her students at Arvada High School embrace the subjects collectively known as STEM — an acronym that refers to science, technology, engineering and math. The Arvada High principal recounted how engineering students at the school have for years designed and built catapults, an ancient weapon with little practical application today beyond seeing how far you can chunk a pumpkin. This year those students…

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    8. Steamboat Springs School Board workshop focuses on technology and career programs

      Steamboat Springs School Board workshop focuses on technology and career programs

      The Steamboat Springs School Board on Monday heard a report on the district's business, career and technology programs, including a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program at the high school. Steamboat Springs High School business teacher Kipp Rillos said staff from the business, career and technology department are working with a new STEM instructional coach to develop a ...

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    9. Denver to hold IT jobs fair Oct. 30

      Denver to hold IT jobs fair Oct. 30

      The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) is holding "Denver's Tech Talent: Meeting Tomorrow's Needs," a free industry forum and job fair, on Thurs. Oct. 30 to help match talent with talent seekers. OED is holding the event at the ICOSA Media offices at 4100 Jackson St. Registration and networking begin at 8 a.m.

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    10. TeleTech: More than 3,000 jobs and six new customer sites created over last 18 months to meet demand

      TeleTech: More than 3,000 jobs and six new customer sites created over last 18 months to meet demand

      DENVER – TeleTech Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEC), a leading global provider of analytics-driven, technology-enabled customer engagement solutions, announced it has created more than 3,000 U.S.-based jobs over the past 18 months and opened six customer experience sites.

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    11. Computer Science - Code.org workshops for grades K-5

      Computer Science - Code.org workshops for grades K-5

      Last week Code.org announced the launch of the Code Studio (http://studio.code.org/) platform which includes a free, computer science curriculum for K-5 students. With this new curriculum Code.org is hosting free, professional development workshops for teachers interested in bringing this curriculum back to their classrooms. Search now to find a workshop near you (US teachers only).

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    12. People who want to change the future...

      People who want to change the future...

      Mash up of people, different viewpoints and ideas 1610_ 9/22/14 - The ATLAS Institute at CU Boulder, over the years, has evolved and Jill Dupre, Associate Director said, "...it continues to evolve. A constant is that we are a home for 'creative trouble makers'. We're a home for intrepid inventors, people who want to change the future! ATLAS is interdisciplinary - we work with people from all over campus.

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    13. Tech job fair comes to Denver from Boulder

      Tech job fair comes to Denver from Boulder

      Cardinal Peak and Daniels College of Business at University of Denver are hosting their third Tech Job Fair on Sept. 25. Companies at the fair will be looking to fill everything from entry-level to senior positions. The fair is being held at the Marcus Commons in the Daniels College of Business at 2101 S. University Blvd. from 4 to 7 p.m.

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    14. New school aims to prepare students for STEM careers

      New school aims to prepare students for STEM careers

      Serial entrepreneur Vic Ahmed believes massive debt incurred by college students hinders their career development and future education options, ultimately depriving the country the full use of some of its brightest minds. He’s one of the driving forces behind the STEM Learning Center at Innovation Pavilion, set to debut in Centennial this fall with the aim of preparing students for the work force or to start their own companies right out of high school.

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