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    1. Before they were CEOs: what 4 Colorado tech leaders studied in college

      Before they were CEOs: what 4 Colorado tech leaders studied in college

      Some people see their career paths plain as day; they choose a profession in high school (or earlier) and they stay on that path. Others come into their roles through experimentation, trying different careers and learning new skills along the way.

      One way isn’t better or worse than the other, and with all career paths, success comes as the result of hard work. But we were curious how Colorado tech leaders got their start — from their childhood hopes to where they went to college — and it turns out, these four brought some pretty interesting lessons with them on their ...

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    2. Behind the scenes: what it's really like to be a developer for SnapLogic

      Behind the scenes: what it's really like to be a developer for SnapLogic
      When applying for a job, it’s kind of hard to tell what life would be like at that company. Sure, the job description says what you’ll be doing, and maybe it’ll have a bit of info about the company and its culture.

      But what’s it really like to work there? Does everyone have a say in giving feedback? How does the team work together? What's the office environment like?

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    3. From social media managers to senior developers, here's what tech employees in Colorado actually make | Built In Colorado

      From social media managers to senior developers, here's what tech employees in Colorado actually make | Built In Colorado

      Here at Built In Colorado, we want to help startups find amazing talent — and we want talented developers, designers, marketers and product managers to find the perfect job, too.

      The job you have isn't all about the money — but, let's be real, it's still sort of about the money. It'd be silly to think anyone works simply for the heck of it. 

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    4. Behind the scenes: what it’s really like to be a developer at Apptio

      Behind the scenes: what it’s really like to be a developer at Apptio
      When applying for a job, it’s kind of hard to tell what life would be like at that company. Sure, the job description says what you’ll be doing, and maybe it’ll have a bit of info about the company and its culture.

      But what’s it really like to work there? Does bureaucracy get in the way of making important changes? How quickly does it take developers to get caught up with what the team has been working on?

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    5. This massive Boulder conference is free to all — and they’ve got a ton of tech panels

      This massive Boulder conference is free to all — and they’ve got a ton of tech panels

      Every year in April, Boulder seems to double in size as thousands of people come to town for the Conference on World Affairs (CWA). The annual conference brings around 100 participants (experts in all sorts of subjects like rocket science and sex therapy) from around the world to CU Boulder’s campus for a week of discussion, debate and celebration in 200 sessions on “everything conceivable.” It’s like TED combined with SXSW, but it’s free and open to the public.

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    6. 7 Student Companies Face Off At The University Startup Challenge

      7 Student Companies Face Off At The University Startup Challenge
      Denver, CO - March 7th, 2016 Rockies Venture Club, an angel investing organization based out of Denver will be hosting the 3rd Annual University Startup Challenge (USC) on March 14th. The University Startup Challenge is a part of the Angel Capital Summit (ACS) and this year it will bring together 7 student led companies to participate in a friendly state-wide competition. The USC is not a business plan competition and represents an opportunity for real investment.
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    7. These 11 companies are joining Techstars Boulder’s latest class

      These 11 companies are joining Techstars Boulder’s latest class
      Techstars announced the members of their 2016 Boulder class today, and, as expected, the 11 companies joining the accelerator’s distinguished roster sound promising. The companies work in a variety of spaces from artificial intelligence to dating and you can check them out at Demo Day on May 18th at the Boulder Theater.

      Here are the 2016 Techstars Boulder companies:

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    8. This company is tackling Colorado's water scarcity problem

      This company is tackling Colorado's water scarcity problem
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      In 2012 Colorado and most of the Western states were in the middle of one of the worst droughts in recent memory. Colorado’s crops were declared a disaster by the federal government, wildfires burned out of control, and boats sat on the sandy bottoms of dried-up reservoirs. Not that any of that meant we were any more careful with our water usage.

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    9. 8 Colorado IoT companies leading the charge to a connected future

      8 Colorado IoT companies leading the charge to a connected future
      Rachio;dammydommydimmy;Stryd;dammydommydimmy;eBags;dammydommydimmy;Revolar;dammydommydimmy;Notion;dammydommydimmy;Sphero aka Orbotix;dammydommydimmy;JStar LLC;dammydommydimmy;BluFlux LLC
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      Colorado is positioning itself as a leader in the booming Internet of Things marketplace. TechrIot is offering companies around the world a Colorado-based education in succeeding in the field. Recently some big players like Arrow have gotten involved.

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    10. Announcing The Colorado Tech Weekly Podcast

      Announcing The Colorado Tech Weekly Podcast

      Ever since I started Colorado Tech Weekly in 2013 I always wanted to turn it into a podcast. In fact I originally meant for Colorado Tech Weekly to be a podcast, I was just too intimidated by the process. I've thought about it, dreamed about it and now I'm FINALLY DOING IT! I'm super excited... and nervous... but still excited! So how is it going to work? Each Monday afternoon I will record a Colorado Tech Weekly podcast episode and use the Monday morning post as my show notes.

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