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By Gabe Gerzon

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LOVELAND, CO – Avid 3D Printing’s exceptional 3D printing capabilities have expanded dramatically with the company’s recent investment in a new HP Multi-Jet 3D printer that gives clients high-quality printed parts faster and more affordably than ever before.

 

“We are actually the first company with an HP 3D printer (like this) in Colorado,” says Ryan Billson, who co-owns Avid with its founder, Doug Collins.

 

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Balancing Customer Communication

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A tech business is nothing without great tech, and that is only achieved with the help of great engineers. Behind the scenes, engineering projects small and large keep businesses evolving — yet often go unnoticed or unrecognized. We talked to five local engineers about the coolest project they’ve worked on in their current roles, and the impact those projects have had on their companies.

 

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Denver Startup Week is just a few days away, and it’s shaping up to bigger and better than ever before.

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The Pro’s Closet rides off with $9M funding from Foundry Group

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Recently, at Code Talent, we had a candidate who was rejected from a position due to their social media presence. While the candidate had made it very far in the process, with weeks of work and interviews, certain posts on Twitter made the company question the fit. While we are unable to disclose any more information, the incident sparked a conversation in the office: should personal social media accounts matter in the hiring process? 

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Hello Coloradans!

No doubt you're preparing yourself for the whirlwind of events surrounding this year's Denver Startup Week. Now in it's sixth year, Denver Startup Week 2017 will feature over 300 events all about entrepreneurship, technology, and disruptive new businesses.

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At the end of any interview, you have the chance to ask the recruiter your burning questions. But the savvy jobseeker knows it isn’t a just an opportunity for you to decide if it’s a good fit — it’s an opportunity for the recruiter to decide if it’s a good fit too.

We asked three tech recruiters about the best and worst questions they hear, and how jobseekers can leave a job-winning impression.

 

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As published on MediaPost.

by Ray Schultz

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