Every October, CQL’s monthly happy hour is centered around our annual Pumpkin Beer Contest. In past years the CQL team would submit a beer or cider of choice to share with the team. Everyone would vote on the best and worst beers and tally up each drink's ratings from 1 to 10 on a dry erase board.
While this strategy sufficed, at CQL we build web apps for a living. That being said, myself and another developer felt there was a better way to go about the beer tasting experience and the process for ranking brews so we made Brew-tally, a beer rating app.
Cognizant Quick Left (CQL) is partnering with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) to put on a transportation data hackfest. The goal of this hackfest is to improve the lives of the people in transit within Colorado. Entrepreneurs, designer, developers and tech nerds will gather for a night of coding and design where they can create a web or mobile application center around transportation data in 3 hours.
Those of you who know Quick Left—as clients or companies we’ve talked to, or as members of the technology community in and around Boulder—know we’ve built something truly fantastic here.
Quick Left is an outrageously talented (and fun) group of people, doing world-class development projects. And it’s our intention to build and grow even stronger.
We recently grasped an opportunity to do that. We caught the attention of world-renowned technology company and global IT service provider Cognizant Technology Solutions. And the opportunity was too good to pass up.
Effectively immediately, we’re now Cognizant Quick Left.
Join myself, Quick Left and Boulder's community of companies emerging to established, to celebrate Boulder Startup Week.
For the second year in a row, I had the privilege of attending Ops Conf. This conference is a semi invite-only conference focusing on founders and executives of small (under 200 employees), boutique software consulting companies.