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Colorado Tech Weekly #115: Yack, yack yack. Get a job!

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I just finished a course on Java programming and I now have 23 credits left until I graduate with my Computer Science degree from Regis University. Since I’m going to school part-time, I’m still about a year away from my degree and, frankly, it’s driving me nuts.

This week’s stories highlight 7 growing tech companies that are hiring, 5 entry-level job opportunities and one hiring fair. Half of me wants to just jump in and start applying for these jobs, half of me thinks I’ll never feel ready to apply for a development job, half of me wonders how to successfully balance imposter syndrome with pride in my skills and half of me wonders how there is suddenly two of me!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Tech Roundup: Sovrn Holdings raises $18M, Kindara $5.3M and more [BuiltinColorado]
  • Seagate to acquire Longmont-based Dot Hill for $645M [BizWest]
  • Here’s what we know about the massive new digital health facility announced for RiNo in Denver [BulitinColorado]
  • Digital media firm Kenzan opens downtown Denver office [Tech+]
  • 7 booming Colorado tech companies that want to hire you [BuiltinColorado]
  • Denver’s Altitude Digital takes home 2015 ColoradoBiz Top Company Award [AltitudeDigital]
  • Fort Collins-based Greystone rebrands to better reflect variety of tech services [BizWest]
  • Just starting out? 5 entry-level job opportunities at Colorado tech companies [BuiltinColorado]
  • SparkFun teams with No Starch Press on DIY geek-book series [Tech+]
  • Wulchin stepping down as president of Boulder-based FreeWave Technologies [BizWest]

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