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Colorado Tech Weekly #140: Sometimes being a day off is ok

Colorado Tech Weekly Binary FlagColorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10  technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning (Unless it was a holiday. Hope you had a happy Presidents’ Day!)!

Ever have one of those days where you can never remember what day it is even though you know what day it is? It’s pretty annoying. I’ve felt that way for the past few days thanks to a nasty cold. Today’s Colorado Tech Weekly post is off a day too, but that’s because of Presidents’ Day. So because of the holiday, this post could be off a day so that I could recover from feeling off a day. I think…. I don’t know. Maybe I’m still a little bit off.

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Top Colorado Technology News

  1. Denver’s Commerce Sync integrates small business accounting for Square and QuickBooks Desktop users [CommerceSync]
  2. Boulder-based Agribotix partnership with The Nature Conservancy provides drone-enabled aerial survey, processing, and analytics [Agribotix]
  3. CDOT, with mountains of info to sort through, seeks 1st chief data officer [DBJ]
  4. Beyond the beer fridge: 2 Colorado companies on creating a killer company culture [BuiltinColorado]
  5. Denver-based Evolve Vacation Rentals partners with Airbnb and TripAdvisor! [EvolveVacationRentals]
  6. Westminster’s DigitalGlobe getting involved with Summer Olympics security [DBJ]
  7. RxREVU, Notion and 22 others get $4.6 million in state innovation grants [Tech+]
  8. Colorado digital health companies win big at the first annual Innovation Awards [InnovationPavilion]
  9. How Denver’s tech scene sees itself []
  10. Mack Web is now Genuinely [Genuinely]

Top Upcoming Events

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