In an interview with Brent Weaver of uGurus, he asks CTO and Co-Founder Sam Breed about his journey here at Quick Left. Sam joined Quick Left in early 2009 and helped the company grow to what it is today. From a freelancer to a developer, and now the CTO and Co-Founder, he has successfully come a long way. In the interview, Sam discusses how to control code debt, how to choose what technology to work with and how speaking at conferences is a great way to meet potential clients and hires.
Ranking 19th on Forbes for America’s Most Entrepreneurial Universities, it’s safe to say that CU- Boulder is making strides towards success in the entrepreneurial world. And I think it’s fair to send our appreciation to Catalyze CU- Boulder.
Read on to see who the winning team was at the end of the night....
First of two interviews with Brent Weaver of uGurus, he sits down with CEO of Consulting Ingrid Alongi.
In an interview with our Co-Founder and CEO of Consulting Ingrid Alongi, Brent Weaver of uGurus asks her about the growth of the company and the benefits of diversifying revenue. She briefly discusses what we do here at Quick Left and tells us about the merger with Sprint.ly. Throughout the interview Brent and Ingrid discuss the uniqueness of the merger with Sprint.ly.
Last Tuesday New Venture Challenge (NVC) concluded its sixth year of providing students with the opportunity to introduce their brilliant entrepreneurial idea in front of not only a large audience, but mentors, investors, and potential business partners. The event took place in Wittemyer Courtroom at Wolf Law School, University of Colorado Boulder.
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