This week I had the opportunity to sit down with the VP of Analytics and Data Products at Ibotta, Bijal Shah. Here's what she had to say on being a woman in tech, the startup world of Denver, running her team, and the shift towards a more "glamorous" perspective on data.
Last week, Code Talent caught up with startup co-founder and tech community leader, Desi McAdam. With 16 years of experience as a software developer, Desi has done it all, from product management to building and managing highly successful teams. We got the scoop on her new startup, passion for Denver, and home office specializations.
Tech Leader Spotlight on Lizelle van Vuuren! van Vuuren is the founder of Women Who Startup, Effectively, and a prominent voice in the Denver tech community. Read all about her adventure into tech, growing a community of over 3,000 voices, and more.
For this week's tech leader spotlight, Code got to hangout with SendGrid's Sr. Director of People Operations: Josh Ashton. With a job more focused on people than programming, Josh gives Code a new insight into the startup scene and the many important jobs that fuel the Denver community.
Jessica Goulding is a marketer turned developer who currently does software development downtown at ParkiFi. Code Talent was lucky enough to sit down over a Thai lunch with Jessica this past week, and discuss her involvement in the tech industry and the new conference she co-organized that took place on Friday, June 24, Dinosaur JS.
For Code Talent’s first Denver Tech Leader spotlight, we sat down with Travis Nelson who is currently igniting a new meetup: Denver Microservices. The group is all about networking and collaboration among a specialty, local microservices community. We asked about what he does, what he’s planning on doing, and why Denver is the right place.