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    1. Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Through the partnership, Galvanize instructors will teach state employees about tools and methods to make sense of all the data collected via street sensors, connected cars, autonomous vehicles and other future transportation technologies. In return, Galvanize can use state data to give students real-world problems to solve. “Building new lanes and bridges has its limits,” said Jim Deters, a Galvanize co-founder.

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    2. Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      Denver smart city Peña Station Next a technological testing ground for Panasonic – The Denver Post

      This week, brains were installed in 53 city street lights that live near the solitary Peña Station rail stop just south of Denver International Airport. The first autonomous shuttle is expected to move in next month. By March, a device that measures air quality will join the community, high-density Wi-Fi will be turned on and the first series of apartments will break ground in hopes of attracting new life.

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    3. What takes place at Sports Authority Field during a Broncos bye week? A student hack-athon. – The Denver Post

      What takes place at Sports Authority Field during a Broncos bye week? A student hack-athon. – The Denver Post

      Sports Authority Field, better known for the roar of crowds and spectacular sprints to the end zone, hosted students writing computer code that brought to life new uses for existing technology during the weekend.

      About 100 Colorado students from coding schools, colleges and universities competed in a 36-hour hack-athon that began Friday evening and came to an end Sunday.

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    4. Verizon to start selling wireless data plans for drones – The Denver Post

      Verizon to start selling wireless data plans for drones – The Denver Post

      Soon, companies will be able to get a data plan for their drones. Verizon Communications Inc. said Thursday it would begin working with drone makers to connect the flying vehicles to Verizon’s wireless network. Drone data plans will start at $25 a month for 1 gigabyte of data and $80 for 10 gigabytes, company officials said in an interview. The prices roughly align with what consumers pay now for data...

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    5. $9.5 million in grants back apprenticeship program for Colorado high school students

      $9.5 million in grants back apprenticeship program for Colorado high school students

      A new statewide initiative could place 20,000 high-school students in apprenticeships by 2027 — and not just in the job fields traditionally associated with the earn-while-you-learn approach. Colorado companies in information technology, financial and professional services, advanced manufacturing, hospitality and more have all committed to offer juniors and seniors paid, on-the-job learning experiences in high-demand fields beginning next school year...

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    6. Galvanize to expand tech developer bootcamps with new $45M investment – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to expand tech developer bootcamps with new $45M investment – The Denver Post

      New York man rescued after fall on Crestone Needle With a fresh $45 million round of investment announced Monday, tech educator Galvanize plans to expand the way it teaches the business of web development and data science to students and helps companies looking to upgrade skills of existing employees. Online and off-campus classes intermingled with the traditional six-month, in-building program are in the works...

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    7. Denver-area tech companies growing up, growing out of startup office spaces – The Denver Post

      Denver-area tech companies growing up, growing out of startup office spaces – The Denver Post

      Bill McCartney, legendary CU Buffs football coach, has late-onset Alzheimer’s Denver’s technology startups are growing up and the real estate industry has noticed. CBRE, a commercial real estate broker, found that tech was the most active industry to expand in metro Denver office space last year, outdoing the perennial leader of financial services...

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    8. AOL founder Steve Case coming to Denver in a bus in search of startups – The Denver Post

      AOL founder Steve Case coming to Denver in a bus in search of startups – The Denver Post

      Darryl Glenn issues explanation of 1983 assault charge involving his father In life after co-founding America Online, Steve Case is riding a bus. Or at least he will be in early October, when he and his Revolution Growth investment team visit Denver in search of startups for his Rise of the Rest bus tour. “Denver is emerging as a great startup city and I think people in Denver sense that...

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