Colorado Tech Weekly #342: 2020 Will Be A Lot like 2019

Colorado Tech Weekly brings you the top 10 technology stories of the past week and the best upcoming local tech events every Monday morning!

When I started doing Colorado Tech Weekly I would take a week to make predictions for the next year and review my predictions for the current year but I stopped doing it because it’s really hard to do. However I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that 2020 will be a lot like 2019 but more in the same way that 2019 was like 2018 but more. I hope I am not surprised.

Have a great week and Happy New Year!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Douglas County-based Arrow Electronic’s partners introduce wearable IoT sensor for workplace safety [InnovatioNews]
  • Meet Emily, Director of Engineering at Denver’s Cuttlesoft [Cuttlesoft]
  • Denver among cities where companies plan to grow tech teams [DBJ]
  • Cyber hits new heights plans for growth [CSBJ]
  • 2019 Top Story: Bay Area tech companies continue wave of migration to Denver [DBJ]
  • Up to Speed? Time money maps and the push for 100% broadband in rural Colorado [DenverPost]
  • Pentagon awards Colorado defense contractors millions in new work just before holidays [DBJ]
  • InnovatioNews takes a holiday break back in 2020 [InnovatioNews]
  • Year in Review: Dish’s big plans, new Denver unicorns and reinsurance is here [DBJ]
  • IT services provider to lay off nearly 80 in Colorado Springs [DBJ]

Top Upcoming Events

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