When I started Colorado Tech Weekly over 5 years ago, I did it to stay up to date on the Colorado tech industry. I also did it so that I would have weekly content on my website that would be timely, relevant and show that I was still paying attention to this site. I started… Continue reading Colorado Tech Weekly Now Has Its Own Website!
In October of 2013 I set out on Elance.com (now Upwork.com) to make a few extra bucks. I was lucky enough to find Marie Trout who needed someone to transcribe recorded interviews for her thesis. Since my full time job as a 911 dispatcher requires me to listen, understand, and type quickly, my skills were… Continue reading New Project added to site – Author Assistant for Marie Trout for “The Blues – Why It Still Hurts So Good”
Before I start, I just want to say a huge THANK YOU for reading these posts and listening to the podcast. It’s great to be a part of the Colorado technology community. What should be the future of Colorado Tech Weekly? I am coming up on 3 years of posting a Colorado Tech Weekly post every… Continue reading The Future of Colorado Tech Weekly…
I’m still looking for my first Colorado Tech Weekly Podcast supporter on Patreon. In order to sweeten the deal, I added rewards! $1/month – Supporter All Colorado Tech Weekly Patrons will be thanked on the show and get the ability to make announcements on the show. $5/month – Early Access Early access supporters get the… Continue reading Be the first one to support the Colorado Tech Weekly Podcast!
Ever since I started Colorado Tech Weekly in 2013 I always wanted to turn it into a podcast. In fact I originally meant for Colorado Tech Weekly to be a podcast, I was just too intimidated by the process. I’ve thought about it, dreamed about it and now I’m FINALLY DOING IT! I’m super excited…… Continue reading Announcing The Colorado Tech Weekly Podcast
Twitter has had a crazy rule that unless your follower:following ratio is over some super secret ratio then you can’t follow more than 2000 people, so Follow Sweeper was created. Updates can be found on the main project page. The Good and Bad About Using APIs The good thing about using APIs is that you… Continue reading Shuttering My Follow Sweeper Project
My officers are required to submit a “Statement in Support of Warrantless Arrest” (Warrantless Arrest) and a “Determination of Probable Cause” (PC) to the courts when arresting someone on new charges. Much of the same information on the Warrantless Arrest such as the subject’s name, the subject’s date of birth, date and time of arrest and crimes… Continue reading My VB Project Is An Official Police Department Form
This is my first published app! It’s a watchface app for the Pebble TIme Smartwatch. A watchface app is an app that is displayed on a Pebble watch when it isn’t doing anything else besides telling the time. Purpose: I wanted to use some of the knowledge I gained while preparing for the Pebble Rocks Hackathon… Continue reading New Project! Pebble Time Avalanche Watchface
I am coming up on Colorado Tech Weekly #100. That will be 100 straight weeks of consistency! I am highly impressed and very surprised by this. I didn’t know I had it in me. I give the Colorado technology community a lot of credit for my consistency. I’ve been told on LinkedIn that CTW is considered… Continue reading Big Dreams and Ideas for Colorado Tech Weekly
Well my winter break from school work is coming to a close. Monday I start my “Advanced Algorithms” and “Ethics in IT” courses through Regis University’s College of Computer Science and Information Sciences online program. My goal has always been to work on projects when I have a break from school work and I’m excited… Continue reading My Latest Projects: Follow Sweeper and Fixing Police Paperwork with VB