Colorado Tech Weekly #348: Creating Quality Software Is Hard

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I love pointing out Colorado connections to big tech stories. This week I don’t love the connection but it’s an important story that shows just how hard it can be to make good software. The CEO of Shadow, Inc., the now infamous company in charge of gathering info for the Iowa Presidential Caucuses, lives in Denver and issued a statement which is one of the headlines below but it goes to show that good testing is not good enough if you forget to consider all the things and it’s REALLY hard to remember what all the things are.

Have a great week!

Top Colorado Technology News

  • Jefferson County-based Lockheed Martin Space wins $473.8M in U.S. nuclear missile work [DBJ]
  • The app at the center of the Iowa caucus result fracas from Shadow, Inc. is based in Denver [Denverite]
  • Durango firm, MuniRevs to build tax website for state of Colorado [SCAPE]
  • Westminster’s SolderWorks appoints Chris Meyer as Head of Innovation [SolderWorks]
  • Boulder-based Zayo gets FCC approval for $14.3B buyout [DBJ]
  • Loveland inventor steps forward with A Better Walker [BizWest]
  • Denver’s Dev IQ announces acquisition of Notion One [DevIQ]
  • Julia Richman appointed OIT chief strategy officer [InnovatioNews]
  • Douglas County’s Arrow Electronics preemptively warns analysts of difficult first quarter [DBJ]
  • Portland-based social media management startup Cloud Campaign to open Boulder office [BizWest]

Top Upcoming Events

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