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Perfection is a Dirty Word and the Definition of “Correctly Done” is Highly Subjective

When I decided to go back to school to be a software developer I had a grand plan. The plan was to use this site to show off my programming projects, but I didn’t want to just show the finished projects. I wanted to show how I developed the projects to prove that I could… Continue reading Perfection is a Dirty Word and the Definition of “Correctly Done” is Highly Subjective

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5 Peoples’ Reasons for going to C-Level (Including Mine)

On Thursday, March 10 the Colorado Technology Association is hosting C-Level at Mile High on the club level at Sports Authority Field. C-Level is CTA’s premier annual networking and fundraising event. It allows providers to bid for time with over 60 different top Colorado technology executives and includes a silent auction that benefits CTA. This… Continue reading 5 Peoples’ Reasons for going to C-Level (Including Mine)

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My Hackathon Flame-Out And How To Avoid One

Definition of a hackathon flame-out: A hackathon flame-out occurs when a participant gets so frustrated and discouraged that they leave the hackathon before it ends. This weekend I took time off of work to participate in the Pebble Rocks Boulder Hackathon. The hackathon is described as “seventy-five bold designers, developers, and makers will use Pebble… Continue reading My Hackathon Flame-Out And How To Avoid One

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What I’ve learned about the Colorado tech community after Year 2 of CTW

2 years ago, on June 16, I posted my first Colorado Tech Weekly. A year ago I reflected on what I learned so I figured since I’m still going and the last reflection was fun I’d do it again. 5 things I’ve learned in no particular order You need style AND substance to succeed – Colorado… Continue reading What I’ve learned about the Colorado tech community after Year 2 of CTW

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I was recognized as a “People to Follow” by BuiltinColorado!

The biggest reason for my website, my blog and my Colorado Tech Weekly posts is to get noticed by influential people in the Colorado technology community. So how excited am I that my name was included in a BuiltinColorado list of “50 Colorado tech CEOs, founders, designers & hackers you should follow on Twitter”? I’m… Continue reading I was recognized as a “People to Follow” by BuiltinColorado!