Cloudnexa, an industry leading cloud managed services provider known for helping clients realize the full utility power of cloud computing, and Quick Left, a leading provider of software development services and tools, today announced a partnership designed to help customers modernize applications for deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
We've been a staple in every inaugural Startup Week scene starting in 2010 with Boulder Startup Week (any coincidence that Quick Left was founded in the same year?). When Denver Startup Week kicked off two years ago, you bet we were involved as a sponsor, speaker and event host. Now in its first year (along with several other cities nationally and globally), Portland is hosting its first Startup Week, and coincidentally we just opened our new office in the heart of downtown. And, yep, you guessed it - we'll be there in Quick Left style February 2-6 because we can't miss a party.
Portland-based Stand In stood out in Quick Left’s Adopt a Startup accelerator-esque startup competition. Stand In, a Portland Incubator Experience graduate, is an Adobe® Photoshop® based software, created specifically to enable designers to build functional mobile application prototypes directly from Photoshop, in real time. Stand In's platform empowers designers to create those engaging experiences, on an actual device, without having to write a single line of code.
"The only constant in life is change." Presciently written 2500 years ago by Heraclitus, change is a way of life in technology. We're drawn to the field because of the innovative nature of it. However, when it affects us directly, change implies uncertainty and with it anxiety.
Quick Left, a leading provider of software development services and tools, today announced that it has raised $500,000 in funding from Lighter Capital in Seattle. Quick Left will use the funding to expand product development and quickly align its suite of products with the Agile programming tools from Sprintly, its recent merger.