Yearly Archives: 2015

Best Places to Learn Programming in Colorado

Posted on February 2, 2015 by .

Whether you’re interested in learning programming or you’re already a pro and just want to take your skills to the next level, there are many places to take classes. Our favorite programming schools are listed below, though there are many others. If you’re already a programmer, we’d be interested to know where you learned to […] …read more

Colorado: Home of the Highest Cities in the US

Posted on January 26, 2015 by .

Denver may be the Mile High City but it’s actually relatively low in altitude when compared to many of Colorado’s ski resorts and mountain towns. The state has 53 peaks over 14k feet, after all, and the highest cities in the US, well, they’re pretty much all here. Here’s the top ten*: Glade Park-Gateway – […] …read more

Denver: International Beacon of Entrepreneurial Spirit

Posted on January 19, 2015 by .

At BWBacon, we strongly feel that Denver offers a spirit of entrepreneurship and a community supportive of new businesses that is unique in the United States and perhaps even the world. Sharing our affection for Denver, WorldDenver is a non-profit community organization dedicated to advancing a deep understanding of global affairs and cultures among globally-minded […] …read more

Best Denver Neighborhoods to Live In

Posted on January 12, 2015 by .

Denver has over 70 neighborhoods that range from the trendy and modern to the historic and artistic. We’ll leave an official ranking to someone else, so what follows is simply our shortlist of neighborhoods that strike us as particularly inviting to the people we regularly place in tech jobs in Denver.  In general, these neighborhoods […] …read more

How Does Denver Stack Up Against Other Tech Cities?

Posted on January 5, 2015 by .

The website “FindTheHome” has developed a slick way to compare census data across multiple cities in the United States. Using their tool, we put Denver alongside some of the other top technology cities in the US. This enabled us to make the following comparisons: Population Denver – 619,000 Houston – 2,130,000 Los Angeles – 3,830,000 […] …read more

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