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  • Building the Future — at gSchool

    As graduates of Galvanize Boulder's gSchool, Amy Bertken and Dylan Ham have quite a story to tell. In just six months the two went from positions that required little or no computer programming knowledge to proficient computer programmers at a leading-edge software company. Now they both work for Pivotal Software as content developers, teaching others about Pivotal's product, Pivotal Cloud

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  • Galvanize

    Pivotal Connects with Galvanize Boulder

    Silicon Valley-headquartered Pivotal is leading the global technology movement to “transform how the world builds software.” A worldwide company that sells software and provides services to large enterprises, as well as working with startups, Pivotal maintains a connection with the Boulder startup community through Pivotal Labs – the consulting arm of Pivotal with space in the Galvanize Boulder office. Watch

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  • Galvanize

    Elbow-to-Elbow: Entrepreneurs & New Tech Talent

    Galvanize is going gangbusters. Described as a “dynamic learning community” by Galvanize Boulder's membership manager, Tom Crocker, the two-year-old Boulder campus caught on quickly. The unique venture combines flexible workspace for entrepreneurs and an immersive gSchool education geared to rapidly develop programmers and data scientists. Participation is booming and Galvanize Boulder is growing, resulting in a move to a bigger

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  • National Center for Women and Information Technology

    Aspirations in Computing

    One way to reverse the gender gap in computer science is to recognize the young women who are already innovating in the field. The National Center for Women & Information Technology has developed an extensive national and local awards system to do just that. NCWIT’s Aspirations in Computing (AiC) awards program finds talented young women, distinguishes their work, and provides

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  • National Center for Women & Information Technology

    Now Hiring

    Only 26% of professional computing occupations in the U.S. were held by women in 2014, and a Boulder-based nonprofit is making strides to push that number much higher. The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) promotes gender diversity at every echelon of tech and tech development. It is essentially a conglomeration of major corporations, start-ups, universities, nonprofits, and

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  • National Center for Women & Information Technology

    Breaking the masculine mystique

    We are excited to highlight the work of an innovative Boulder-based nonprofit: The National Center for Women & Information Technology. NCWIT works to make computer science careers more inviting and accessible to women and girls. It has its work cut out. In the past two decades, the percentage of undergraduate women who received computer science degrees decreased by almost 40 percent, according to the National Science

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  • Imbibing Can-Do: Boulder Startup Week

    This week Boulder Startup Week is fanning the blaze of Boulder's already on-fire startup community all week long. Opening day, the Boulder Source caught up with one of the organizers, Rendl Clark, who teams with Startup Weekend founder, Andrew Hyde. Both work for UP Global -- the non-profit company spawned to fuel startup weeks around the world. Ground Zero for Startup

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