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Colorado Tech Weekly #142: Awesome Business/Education Collaborations

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This week has three different stories about collaboration between businesses and education organizations and it’s AWESOME!

This spirit of collaboration is what I love about the Colorado technology community. People will try to tell you that, to get ahead in business, you have to be cutthroat and that it’s survival of the fittest. They’ll tell you that it’s a game that means your competitors loss is your gain. You may be able to win playing that game, but that is not a game I like to play. The growth of the Colorado tech community is proof you don’t have to play that way. There are other ways to win and I like that we play the fun way.

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Top Colorado Technology News

  • Denver-based partners with Denver-based Galvanize to offer free coding lessons [ConfluenceDenver]
  • Denver’s Commerce Kitchen lands amongst DBJ’s Top 10 Healthiest Employers [CommerceKitchen]
  • Boulder-based CodeCraft reacts to feedback from Leading Boulder SaaS Provider, ShipCompliant [CodeCraft]
  • Governor Hickenlooper appoints Erik Mitisek as state’s new Chief Innovation Officer [CTA]
  • Vail Public Library’s Tech Studio open for innovation [VailDaily]
  • CU-Boulder, Lockheed team up to inspire next-generation engineers [DenverPost]
  • Broomfield-based Level 3 CEO Jeff Storey on medical leave following successful heart surgery [InnovatioNews]
  • Get to know the real Scott Ford, Boulder-based Rapt Media’s new Chief Operating Officer [RaptMedia]
  • 16 Meetup groups to introduce you to Colorado tech [BuiltinColorado]
  • SolidFire CEO: We will stay in Boulder, with plans to grow [DenverPost]

Top Upcoming Events

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