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    1. HomeAdvisor to Open Offices in Indianapolis and Downtown Denver

      HomeAdvisor to Open Offices in Indianapolis and Downtown Denver
      HomeAdvisor

      Company to launch Sales Training Executive Program throughout United States

      Dec. 9, 2015 (GOLDEN, Colo.)— HomeAdvisor, a leading nationwide digital home services marketplace, is debuting its Sales Training Executive Program (STEP) in Indianapolis and downtown Denver in early 2016. The two new office locations will add over 100 positions to the growing tech company and will be an elite opportunity for professionals who are eager to gain sales leadership experience.

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    2. Denver Startup Week Mini Energy & Tech Mashup

      Denver Startup Week Mini Energy & Tech Mashup

      We are excited that DSW will be hosting the Energy & Tech Mashup. At the event will explain the concept and have a mini-mashup with energy and tech panelists. The theme of this event will be Using Technology and Data to Improve Water Management: Source, Disposal, and Logistics. We will have more information soon on the panelists and moderator. Please RSVP through the Denver Startup Week website!!!

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    3. EpicMix: How one app grew to rule all ski-apps

      EpicMix: How one app grew to rule all ski-apps

      If you ski in Colorado, you’re probably familiar with EpicMix. If you’re unfamiliar with it, think of it kind of like Nike Plus Running, only on steroids and for skiers instead of runners. It tracks your movements on the slopes, lets you share activity on social media, and even compete against friends. Like with most things involving tech, however, EpicMix has changed over the years. The version you used last year is about as similar to the original as your new iPhone is to the original.

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    4. 5 Colorado tech events you don't want to miss this week

      5 Colorado tech events you don't want to miss this week

      How could you not want to attend an event with a name like that? If you spend any time working with WordPress, this is a great opportunity to up your game. Front-end designers, developers, writers and everybody else who works with WordPress are invited. The Rockies Venture Club is hosting their monthly pitch event this week. Yes, it’s about oil and gas investing, but that’s a subject most of us know nothing about — so it has the potential to be really eye opening. There’ll also be a happy hour.

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    5. Colorado Tech Weekly #109: From the Front Range to the Western Slope

      Colorado Tech Weekly #109: From the Front Range to the Western Slope

      I know that most of the biggest and loudest tech companies are in front range cities like Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs but I pride myself on truly making this newsletter about tech companies throughout the state. That's why this week I'm excited about the Xconomy article about the Telluride Venture Accelerator's newest class of tech startups and to be able to promote CTA's Tech Tour that starts a week from today. I would be all for driving around the state, visiting tech companies.

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    6. Uber and Amber Alerts team up to find missing CO kids

      Uber and Amber Alerts team up to find missing CO kids

      The ridesharing service Uber is hoping to use its technology and vast network of drivers to do something other than simply give you a ride. Uber wants to use its service to help find abducted children. Yup, as odd as it may seem, Uber is using Colorado as a testing ground for a new feature that will integrate Amber Alerts into the technology that powers its network of drivers. Basically, Uber will push out alerts to their drivers in Colorado when an Amber Alert is issued.

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    7. Colorado CTOs you should know: Danny Gold, Levels Beyond

      Colorado CTOs you should know: Danny Gold, Levels Beyond

      What technologies power your business? Levels Beyond is a software company that builds solutions for anybody who owns, creates or provides content. We’re building and providing a lot of tools for people who are geographically dispersed in creating advertising campaigns, feature films or any type of media content. A lot of these people work remotely, and our team is building a workflow that allows them to access and publish their content.

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    8. The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in June

      The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in June

      June was a busy month for some local tech startups, and at least 10 companies raised money last month. Here are the five largest fundings: Bio: Subsentio delivers affordable electronic surveillance solutions to service providers and law enforcement agencies. Investors: 8 investors Bio: Our polymer technology will make possible new market segments for applications as diverse as optical computing, all-optical switching and image recognition that have heretofore been only theoretical.

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    9. Top 5 tech events to get you in the mood for the 4th

      Top 5 tech events to get you in the mood for the 4th

      It’s the week of the 4th of July and, as you might expect the Front Range seems a little less populated than normal. Our normally driven and prompt population is taking a little longer to respond to emails and phone calls this week, and the only traffic jams in the Denver metro area seem to be on roads heading into the mountains. For those of us still holding down the fort, however, there are actually some really cool events happening this week.

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    10. Workshop: Mobile HTML5 for Smartphones and Tablets

      Workshop: Mobile HTML5 for Smartphones and Tablets

      In 2014, over half a billion people accessed Facebook solely through their mobile phone. Google estimates that over a billion people worldwide use mobile devices as their exclusive gateway to the Internet. So, remind me again what your company's mobile web strategy is? If you "learned the web" in 1996 and haven't updated your chops, a lot has changed since then.

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    11. Making the Leap from Employee to Entrepreneur in Denver

      Making the Leap from Employee to Entrepreneur in Denver

      Do you want to start your own technology company, but don't know where to get started? You are not alone. Every day millions of people wake up to regular jobs, but few do something about it. At the “Employee to Entrepreneur” event, you can hear the stories, tips, and best practices of those who left their jobs to pursue their own startup company. Who should attend? - Anyone who dreams of launching their own company - No service providers please!

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    12. Built In Brews on June 18th at CommercialTribe

      Built In Brews on June 18th at CommercialTribe

      Expect sunshine, courtyard cheers and beers for our summertime kick-off with the sales masterminds at CommercialTribe, located near the brownstones of Wazee Street next to the Platte River in Downtown Denver. Register here. Built In Colorado's Built In Brews is a quarterly startup happy hour hosted by a different high growth tech company along the Front Range.

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