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Colorado Beer and Colorado Tech — A Match Made in Heaven

Posted on July 30, 2019 by BWBacon.

Colorado is famous across the United States for its microbrew culture. We’re home to some of the most successful first wave microbreweries, like New Belgium and Great Divide, and have one of the highest rates of breweries per capita (8.5 breweries per 100,000 people) of any state in the country. Long […]

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How Colorado Politics Support Colorado Tech Jobs And Companies

Posted on July 29, 2019 by BWBacon.

It’s a good time to work at a startup and/or tech company in Colorado. Last year, we broke the record of venture capital investments, raising more than $1.6 billion of investments in our rapidly expanding startup and tech community.

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Three Qualities Every Great Technology Recruiter Possesses

Posted on July 26, 2019 by BWBacon.

If you’re ready to boost your internal technology recruiter’s performance or you’re in the process of evaluating potential third-party partners, there are some specific qualities needed to ensure your recruiter will make an impact. Sourcing great tech folks in Denver or Boulder, Colorado is becoming […]

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7 Leading Colorado AI Companies Changing The World

Posted on July 24, 2019 by BWBacon.

It seems that everywhere we look today, we’re surrounded by the impact of artificial intelligence (AI). From voice and facial recognition on your smartphone to home assistants like Google, Siri, and Alexa, the technology continues to develop at a rapid rate. With growth comes plenty of opportunity, […]

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Best Communities In Denver For Technology And Startup Networking

Posted on July 22, 2019 by BWBacon.

Denver is a small city by population (682,000 - 2016) and the tech community in Denver definitely still has what we would call a "small-town vibe" to it, Boulder is even more tight-knit... Almost like a tribe. Many candidates/job-seekers from out of town find it difficult to get a response from job […]

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Keeping Talent At Tech Startups Happy - What Works?

Posted on July 18, 2019 by BWBacon.

Keeping talent at any company is difficult, but the pressures of a startup cause that employee churn rate to go one of two ways. Many newly founded tech companies struggle to keep anyone around for more than 12 months... Money (or running out of money), stress, time commitments, and inexperienced […]

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Why Red Rocks Is Denver's Perfect Flagship -- Our Denver DNA Icon

Posted on July 16, 2019 by Dave.

Red Rocks Amphitheater is located in the sleepy town of Morrison Colorado just on the cusp of where the Great Plains become the Rocky Mountains. Most days, Morrison has a population of fewer than 800 people, but during show season more than 10,000 audience members and crew flood the town on a nightly […]

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How Colorado Startups In Tech Stack Up Nationally

Posted on July 12, 2019 by BWBacon.

Are you looking to move to Colorado and want to see how deep the water is before you jump in? Or are you already here and just want a better sense of how Colorado startups compare to some of the other big tech players?

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Finding Web Developer Jobs In Denver Before/After Relocation

Posted on July 4, 2019 by BWBacon.

Let us start by saying if you just relocated to Denver or are about to move you are in the right place. We have been connecting exceptional people with incredible tech companies for over a decade, have relocated dozens of people from other major tech cities (including multiple BWBacon team members), […]

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Salaries Of Software Engineers In Colorado -- Interesting Facts

Posted on July 2, 2019 by BWBacon.

There are plenty of resources out there where you can find great information on salaries for software engineers. Glassdoor, Payscale, ZipRecruiter, and our local favorite - BuiltInColorado just to name a few. The issue we found is that much of the data differs by source and does not make connections […]

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