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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. WordPress Happiness Hour at the Denver Library

      WordPress Happiness Hour at the Denver Library

      If you are a front-end designer, intense developer, writer, or a person that likes to poke around on the Dashboard, then come on by. Bring your WordPress work and questions. The meetup will be in the IdeaLab. It is in the Community Technology Center at the Central Library, on the southwest end of level 4. Take the elevators up and walk into the computer lab. Head towards, and then past the Ask Desk - look for the big glass door behind the stacks of computer books.

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    6. Why these 3 female CEOs founded their companies in CO and what you can learn from them

      Why these 3 female CEOs founded their companies in CO and what you can learn from them

      One of the many great things about being an American is the freedom to move and redefine yourself. You can go anywhere in the country and be a new person. Always wanted to be a folk singer? There’s an incredibly expensive studio apartment in Greenwich Village with your name on it. More into country music? That’s good news, because the cost of living is way lower in Nashville. But where do you go if you’re a female with a strong entrepreneurial streak who wants to start a tech company?

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    7. Inside the Commons on Champa: Denver's new free co-working space

      Inside the Commons on Champa: Denver's new free co-working space

      The first thing you should know about the recently opened Commons on Champa is that it's free to work there. The second thing you need to know is that an impressive array of interests came together to make it possible. The Commons on Champa are a public-private partnership, and most of the stuff inside the building was donated. The incubator has all the trappings of a brand-new co-working space.

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    8. Startup Grind Denver Hosts Startup GRIND Denver Summer Party (Past Speakers)

      Startup Grind Denver Hosts Startup GRIND Denver Summer Party (Past Speakers)

      Join us June 11 at 6:00 at Galvanize to celebrate SUMMER! We will be showing past speakers interviews and discussing future events as well as connecting with other GRINDERS. Come and have a good time. Anthony is a dynamic and results-focused leader with over 20 years of progressive experience in building communities, teams, revenues, profits, and business growth. He enjoys working with people that are passionate, empathetic, smart and innovative.

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    9. The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in May

      The 5 largest reported fundings in Colorado in May

      Investors: Kingston Technology, Phison Electronics Corporation, ABR Capital Management, and additional investments aggregated by DH Capital. Bio: Liqid is redefining how resources are used and managed within the data center by offering its customers an innovative solution to keep pace with the rapidly-changing IT landscape in real-time. News: There really isn’t much out there on Liqid, which is still in stealth. 4.

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    10. Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      On Friday May 29 , entrepreneurs will gather at Galvanize’s new Platte location for a special Startup Weekend event focused on creating the next generation of Internet of Things companies. In just 54 hours, teams will form, ideas will be discussed, prototypes will be built, markets will be analyzed, and companies will be pitched. Startup Weekend is one of the largest communities of passionate entrepreneurs, hosting over 1800 past events in 120 countries around the world.

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    11. Michael Gellman talks about SpireMedia's origins

      Michael Gellman talks about SpireMedia's origins
      Denver Founder's Network

      We’ve all heard that reality is stranger than fiction and yet it remains surprising when we’re confronted with an unbelievable story. Michael Gellman, CEO of SpireMedia, has plenty of “strange reality” stories and many were on display at the April 29, 2015 Denver Founder’s Network meet up. Gellman went from making Bloomin’ Onions at the Outback Steakhouse to blooming a highly successful digital firm.

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    12. Go Code Colorado 2015 Finalist Teams Announced

      Go Code Colorado 2015 Finalist Teams Announced
      Go Code Colorado is a statewide civic app challenge housed in the Colorado Secretary of State’s office that brings together a community of entrepreneurs, business partners and developers to make use of public data to solve business problems. It won the Colorado Technology Association's APEX award Technology Project of the Year, and was honored by Harvard’s Kennedy School for Democratic Government and Innovation as a Bright Idea in this year’s Innovations in American Government Awards competition
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