colorado culture

Big Changes, Big Gains-- Acknowledging Intersectionality in Leadership

Posted on April 21, 2021 by BWBacon.

In past posts, we have looked at traits of great leaders, lessons learned from the tumultuous year of 2020, and creative ways to keep your team motivated. While there are many subtopics related to how leaders influence their teams, we’ve yet to acknowledge the importance of intersectionality in […]

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Transition From Contracting To Full Time —What Developers Need To Know

Posted on April 21, 2021 by BWBacon.

Starting a new job comes with managing emotions, details, and important decisions. If you’re transitioning from contracting to taking on a full-time role, there are several key points that can help make your transition smooth and easy. While this resource does not offer legal advice, we will focus on […]

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Put A Spring In Your Step With These 14 Thing To Do In Denver

Posted on April 8, 2021 by BWBacon.

(Updated April 2022)

Here in Colorado, we’re used to spring showing up on a delayed schedule as compared to other climates around the US. This year has tested even the biggest winter lover’s patience, but temperatures are finally starting to shift and the crab apple trees are blooming…

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Level-Up Your Skills With 2021 Denver Tech Learning Opportunities

Posted on February 2, 2021 by BWBacon.

Seeking knowledge and leveling up your qualifications is a lifelong skill in itself. Pursuing personal or professional development and career advancement indicate a deeper personality trait of ambition. For those who want to focus on a growth mindset this year, Denver is a great place for learning and […]

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Trend Tracking: New Meanings For Working Off The Grid In CO & The U.S.

Posted on January 12, 2021 by BWBacon.

When you’re surrounded by people who voluntarily venture deep into the woods and mountains here in Colorado, “off the grid,” alludes to a different existence and detachment from modernized life. Picture an isolated cabin in a tiny town or the wilderness somewhere, that still has access to the internet, […]

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