Colorado Tech Weekly #44: Beer, Startups and Can a Technology Blog Go Without Mentioning the Heartbleed Bug?
Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!
I almost made it without mentioning the Heartbleed bug, but when I saw that Denver-based Accuvant released a paper with recommendations for it, I had to include it. This week, if you talk about technology, you’ll talk about Heartbleed. If you talk about technology in Colorado, you’ll talk about startups. And if you talk about startups in Colorado you will talk about beer. There, I feel I’ve justified my title to this post now.
Top Colorado Technology News
- Denver’s gSchool announces first classes on web design and its’ newest instructor, Matthew Leach [Galvanize]
- Denver-based Closely picks up $3M in Series A funding round led by Growtech Ventures [InnovatioNews]
- Accuvant releases paper to help organizations defend against Heartbleed Bug security risk [InnovatioNews]
- 31 Colorado Startups Raised Over $85M in Q1 of 2014 [BuiltInColorado]
- Mmmm, craft beer: Boulder-based ShipCompliant launches automated beer compliance software for growing craft brewing industry [BuiltinColorado]
- Denver’s RxRevu closes initial funding to keep saving patients money [BuiltinColorado]
- Jim Breyer, backer of Facebook, Spotify and other startups, invests in Westminster-based Datalogix [DBJ]
- Telecommunications reform package moves to Colorado Senate after House approval [DBJ]
- Greewood Village-based Microsoft consultant mcaConnect acquires SalesMetrix of Texas [DBJ]
- Longmont-based UQM Technologies chairman Rankin retires; ex-Ball Aerospace CEO to step in [DBJ]
- 4/16 – Denver Droids – Hack & Snack Night
- 4/16 – CTA – CTA & Beers with Engineers
- 4/17 – BDNT – New Tech Denver
- 4/18 – CIGDA – User Testing On A Budget
- 4/19 – LambdaConf – Functional programming in the wild west
- 4/21 – HTML5 Denver Users Group – Lightning Talks
Thank you for reading!
If you know of any other good news stories or sources about tech in Colorado, please let me know! Also if you attend any of the events listed, I would love to hear from you!
Check out 2 reviews of the recent BuiltinColorado Built in Brews event at iTraige:
- iTriage, Denver fire department and Built in Brews (oh my)
- 45 Thoughts You Have When You Attend Built-In Brews at iTriage