Colorado Tech Weekly #87: Why Colorado Tech Weekly Exists and Everybody Wants to Be Here
Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!
Last week I was featured in the below article from BuiltinColorado as someone you should follow in Twitter. It feels great to get noticed. It also makes me wonder if I am portraying the person I want to be online.
I started Colorado Tech Weekly because I wanted to stay informed about the Colorado technology industry. I want to stay informed so that when I am ready to apply for software development jobs, I know where I want to apply. I realized that I’m not the only person that can benefit from this information, so I started Colorado Tech Weekly 87 weeks ago to share this information. I’m glad I get to continue this newsletter and I’m thrilled whenever I find out that people get value from these posts.
Top Colorado Technology News
- 50 Colorado tech CEOs, founders, designers & hackers you should follow on Twitter (Including me!) [BuiltinColorado]
- Some of the best places to learn programming in Colorado [CTA]
- Colorado tech roundup: Tendril grabs $7.2M, Peak changes its name, Mergelane announces its first class and more [BuiltinColorado]
- Digital Workshop Center in Fort Collins innovates to bring technical skills to those entering digital world [InnovatioNews]
- Broomfield-based Level 3 has 1st full-year profit in 16 years; Q4 earnings beat analysts’ view [DBJ]
- Galvanize partners with Women Who Code to give a full scholarship to a woman in tech [Galvanize]
- The perks of interning at a startup [Windward]
- Fort Collins and Boulder earn No. 8 and No. 9 spots on Top 10 cities to find a job in America [InnovatioNews]
- Denver a top 10 destination for people relocating [DBJ]
- C-Level @ A Mile High connects solution providers with tech executives in a one-of-a-kind market [CTA]
- 2/11 – CTA – 101 Luncheon
- 2/11 – DJUG – Frederic Jean: Browser Based Storage
- 2/12 – Boulder/Denver Mongo – SlamData: Understand Your MongoDB Data
- 2/12 – gSchool Boulder – Panel Discussion and Open House
- 2/16 – Denver WordPress – Creating Child Themes & Custom Theme Development /w Rafi
- 2/16 – HTML5 Denver – “How to ReactJS” and “Tooling is Awesome”
- 2/17 – Denver iPhone – Kevin Teman: Creating a Reusable Module
- 2/17 – GDI Boulder – Introduction to Docker
- 2/17-2/18 – RMOUG – Annual RMOUG Oracle Training Days 2015 Conference!
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