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Monday, July 24
 

2:00pm

Battle of the Stacks
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for this panel where we will discuss the different coding languages available to developers today. We will take a deep dive to review which ones are being taught and used by technology companies today. 


Moderators
avatar for Laura Harrison

Laura Harrison

Evangelist, Galvanize
Resourceful marketing professional working in technology companies for over 15 years.Global experience executing international marketing campaigns, programs, product launches and events. Self-motivated individual with outstanding interpersonal, written and digital media communication... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tony Blank

Tony Blank

Director, Community Development, SendGrid
Tony's work experience reflects his passion for music and technology. His first career was as an audio engineer in Atlanta. More recently, he built a data center in South Carolina for Google, built products at a number of start-ups, and led the developer relations program at Context.IO... Read More →
avatar for Chris Huie

Chris Huie

Dev Evangelist, Galvanize
Chris Huie is a Developer Evangelist for the Phoenix Galvanize. When he is not walking his 70lb English Bulldog, Rio, he is out in the community promoting StartUp culture and building the Phoenix tech community. Chris has a background and industry experience in both software development and buis... Read More →
avatar for Brandon Jung

Brandon Jung

Cloud Ecosystem & Partnerships - Google Cloud Platform, Google
Lifelong journey to develop and refine the leadership, technical and strategic vision necessary to lead transformation. Everything begins with humility and is measured by ones ability to lead through change. | | Specialties: international business, sales, financial analysis, team... Read More →


Monday July 24, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Archethought 350 Terry Street, Suite 310, Longmont, CO

4:00pm

Docker for Developers
Limited Capacity seats available

Using Docker enables fast, repeatable testing and deployment of software, lowering complexity and risk so entrepreneurs can focus on value.  In this talk, we review how Developers use Docker, with discussion about interacting with the entire startup team.

You should be familiar with code and Unix/Linux command line basics. Most examples will be in Python. We’ll take a hands on approach to see how Docker works for Developers. As your knowledge and skills improve, the Docker containers you develop can push to the Cloud with little modification, assisting scale out for your new software system, while helping you to be a more versatile developer.

Bring your laptop and be ready to try something new!

Mac users install Docker here.
Linux users install Docker here.

Windows users install Docker here

Have your SSH keys ready! Learn about SSH keys from Github.

Archethought
 will sponsor Linux logins during the session if you do not have your laptop configured for Docker.

Shoutout to Nextlight, for providing Longmont's Gigabit Network for the duration of Longmont Startup Week. Look for screamingly fast results!

 


Speakers
avatar for Dixon Dick

Dixon Dick

I am leading a startup changing the indoor location marketplace and ultimately smart cities and location based commerce. As a 35 year veteran of the technology industry, my experience includes a broad variety of development, leadership and creative roles, enabling me to bring a wide... Read More →


Monday July 24, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Archethought 350 Terry Street, Suite 310, Longmont, CO
 
Tuesday, July 25
 

12:00pm

Re-imagining Healthcare Luncheon
Limited Capacity filling up

The demand for value in health care (higher quality at a lower cost) is a powerful force in creating change and disruptive innovation in how healthcare is delivered.  The healthcare sector is respnding to this demand and we are already starting to experience changes in the way care is delivered via the incorporation of digital and mobile health technologies into the care experience, and the continued evolution of biotechnology products.  These technologies along with fundamental changes in business models, are all centered on making healthcare more accessible and affordable. The long term belief and hope of these innovators and change agents is that in aggregate, these advances will lead to permanent changes in payment modes and the provision of care, and ultimately improve the quality of health status for all. 

 

This panel will discuss the role of innovation and entrepreneus in the health care space, how health systems are using innovation in technology to improve the value of the healthcare they deliver and examples of other disruptive innovations that will change lives in health care.   



Lunch will be provided, compliments of UCHealth.

Moderators
avatar for UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital

UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital

UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital
UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital features an intensive care unit, Level III trauma center, advanced cardiac services and a surgery center.

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Costantini

Lauren Costantini

CEO, Prima-Temp
Dr. Costantini has held executive positions in life science companies for over twenty years, focusing on directing products from discovery through launch. She has led products at each stage from research through clinical testing, regulation, commercialization to marketing. She connects... Read More →
avatar for Alan Curtis

Alan Curtis

Digital Health Program Director, Innosphere
avatar for Julie Reisetter

Julie Reisetter

VP, Innovation, UCHealth
avatar for Kevin Riddleberger

Kevin Riddleberger

Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, DispatchHealth
Kevin brings nearly 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry as a clinician and in management. Prior to DispatchHealth he was the head of clinical solutions and strategy at an industry leading consumer mobile health app company called iTriage. Kevin has been a board certified... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for UCHealth

UCHealth

UCHealth
At UCHealth, we do things differently. We strive to promote individual and community health and leave no question unanswered along the way. Our individual facilities propel us forward to improve and optimize health care. Among our Colorado Front Range facilities: Poudre Valley... Read More →


Tuesday July 25, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Dicken's Opera House 300 Main Street, Longmont, CO

2:30pm

Smart Cities: Relationship Building
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This panel will explore the future of smart cities and the ways in which we can, and some communities are, successfully connecting entrepreneurs and innovators together with the public sector to more effectively adopt and scale technology solutions for municipal application.

Moderators
avatar for Jake Rishavy

Jake Rishavy

Co-Founder and VP Innovation, Colorado Smart Cities Alliance and Denver Economic Development Partnership
Jake Rishavy is Co-Founder of the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, a statewide public, private and academic collaboration based on accelerating the responsible adoption of smart cities practices. Jake also serves as the Vice President of Innovation for the Denver South Economic Development Pa... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mariano Delle Donne

Mariano Delle Donne

CEO, Adventos Corp
Mariano is the CEO of Adventos, a software company dedicated to applying life-learned virtues of “working smart” and “working efficiently” to the public sector and law enforcement. He and his team have worked with more than 300 public agencies across the United States. Mariano... Read More →
avatar for George  Karayannis

George Karayannis

Vice President CityNOW, Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company CityNOW
George Karayannis has over 25 years of emerging technology and sustainable solutions sales, marketing and business development leadership experience at Fortune 100 firms & high-tech startups.   Mr. Karayannis currently leads Panasonic’s CityNOW business in North America.   Mr... Read More →
avatar for Marty Skolnick

Marty Skolnick

Account Manager, Siemens Industry Inc.
Marty is an Account Manager and Program Manager for Siemens Intelligent Integrated Developments.  He specializes in working with long-term accounts, as a Technology Partner, in developing, designing, implementing and servicing their integrated infrastructure and energy/water, lighting... Read More →


Tuesday July 25, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Archethought 350 Terry Street, Suite 310, Longmont, CO
 
Wednesday, July 26
 

11:00am

The Secret Life of a Developer: Is it for Me?
Limited Capacity seats available

Web Development is one of the most common skill sets needed in the Start Up community.  Maybe you've even thought of becoming a Developer.  This panel discussion will walk you through the mindset of a Developer and what skills and abilities are needed to be successful.  If Web Development is not for you, the discussion will also include what you need to know before hiring a Developer.


Speakers
avatar for Dixon Dick

Dixon Dick

I am leading a startup changing the indoor location marketplace and ultimately smart cities and location based commerce. As a 35 year veteran of the technology industry, my experience includes a broad variety of development, leadership and creative roles, enabling me to bring a wide... Read More →


Wednesday July 26, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
Archethought 350 Terry Street, Suite 310, Longmont, CO

3:00pm

Google Cloud + Pivotal Cloud App Development
Limited Capacity seats available

Application Replatforming: Take your knowledge to the next level with our best practices for migrating and modernizing legacy Java applications to cloud-native architectures running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Google Cloud Platform. In this session we will be working with code; please bring your laptop with the Cloud Foundry CLI installed and be ready to get your hands dirty. 


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Niemeyer

Sarah Niemeyer

Software Engineer, Pivotal
Sarah is a Software Engineer at Pivotal and a graduate of the University of Colorado. She teaches and develops curriculum on cloud-native software development at Pivotal's highly acclaimed Platform Acceleration Lab in Boulder. Her current work focuses on teaching developers how... Read More →
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Alex Sartan

Pivotal
Alex is an engineer with Pivotal’s Platform Acceleration Lab, where he teaches developers how to build cloud native applications with using Steeltoe, Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry.


Wednesday July 26, 2017 3:00pm - 5:00pm
CoSolve 350 Terry Street, Suite 300, Longmont, CO

5:00pm

Hack the Dot Hackathon
Limited Capacity seats available

A Hack the Dot is a two-hour hackathon where coding school students, junior developers, experienced developers, non developers, marketers, designers and curious web people come together to build ideas around a single domain name.

Our events are meant to be a quick and fun way to build a humorous (and functional) product quickly while meeting people in your tech/startup community.

There will be pizza. ROSALEE'S PIZZA. And beer.

What to Bring / How to Prepare:

• Bring your laptop and charger.

Not required but suggested you coder types:

• Install the Atom text editor. Go here: https://atom.io/

• Setup a github.com account

How does it work?

Step 1: Attendees are broken up into random teams.

Step 2: The teams are provided with the same undisclosed domain name by Name.com, arbitrary and often hilarious.

Step 3: Teams have just two hours to come up with a functioning site inspired by that domain. The team builds the most creative and fun idea for the domain wins.

Participants will be judged on four criteria: (1) functionality, (2) design, (3) humor, and (4) creative domain name interpretation.

What do you get at the event?

FOOD!

SWAG!

FRIENDS!

How much does it cost?

It’s FREE!

Questions? Send them to HacktheDot at name.com.


Wednesday July 26, 2017 5:00pm - 8:00pm
CoSolve 350 Terry Street, Suite 300, Longmont, CO
 
Thursday, July 27
 

10:00am

Security Concerns with Connected Devices
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

With IoT devices becoming ubiquitous and touching our entire lives across both the public and private sectors, and with IoT applications on the rise in infrastructure, industry, entertainment, and beyond, we will explore the security concerns as well as the security solutions related to living in a world of devices connected via the internet.

Moderators
avatar for Anna Ewing

Anna Ewing

Chief Operating Officer, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade
Anna is Chief Operating Officer & Deputy Director of Colorado’s Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT), overseeing agency operations, human resources and finance functions as well as providing cross-divisional leadership on a wide variety of economic development... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Don Bailey

Don Bailey

Founder, Lab Mouse Security
Don A. Bailey is a groundbreaking information security researcher. For over the past decade, he has focused on identifying, exploiting, and securing mobile and embedded systems. Mr. Bailey was one of the first information security researchers to explore the Internet of Things, and... Read More →
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Matthew Bailey

President, Powering IoT
Recognized IoT Pioneer - Advisor - Strategist - Smart City - Ecosystems - Award Nominee - Keynote Speaker - Global Reach
avatar for Marty Skolnick

Marty Skolnick

Account Manager, Siemens Industry Inc.
Marty is an Account Manager and Program Manager for Siemens Intelligent Integrated Developments.  He specializes in working with long-term accounts, as a Technology Partner, in developing, designing, implementing and servicing their integrated infrastructure and energy/water, lighting... Read More →


Thursday July 27, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gold's Gym Village at the Peaks - 1250 S. Hover Street, Longmont, CO

3:00pm

Gaming: Crossing the Finish Line
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make a video game? How much money video games make? What you have to do to get into the game industry? The Longmont “How To Make Games and Learn from Our Mistakes” panel features four different industry panelists discussing everything from making games as a hobby to working at huge studios on some of the world’s biggest titles. This panel will cover everything in gaming including getting started, how to get your game some coverage, educational advice, common industry mistakes and more. There will be heavy audience participation so feel free to ask any question you have ever wanted to ask.

 

The panel will be hosted by Zhenghua Yang who is the Founder at Serenity Forge, a local publisher who have sold hundreds of thousands of games.



Moderators
avatar for Zhenghua Yang (Z)

Zhenghua Yang (Z)

Founder/CEO, Serenity Forge
Zhenghua Yang (Z) is an entrepreneur, speaker, researcher, and the founder of the value-driven video game development company, Serenity Forge (http://serenityforge.com). Having built his first computer at the age of 6 and programmed his first video game at the age of 10, Z wanted more and began exploring gamification, developing his first meaningful game in 2000. Since then, Z had created video games that saved peoples’ lives by preventing suicide... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Yaprak DeCarmine

Yaprak DeCarmine

Co-Founder, GameJolt
Start-up expert, keynote speaker and advisor in the gaming industry. Yaprak DeCarmine is the co-founder of GameJolt along with her husband David DeCarmine. GameJolt is one of the world's largest video game distribution platforms with a primary focus on indie game developers. GameJolt... Read More →
avatar for Steven Harmon

Steven Harmon

Steven J. Harmon is a self-taught independent game developer from Denver, CO. Recently, Steven was a student showcase finalist at the 2017 SXSW in Austin TX and also received an honorable mention for Best Student Game at the 2017 Independent Game Festival for his game Awkward Dimensions... Read More →
avatar for Ashley Stoddard

Ashley Stoddard

Ashley Stoddard is the former art director of Backflip studios. She is a concept artist, art director, and all around creative mind. She has worked in games and animation for over 6 years including TV shows like Metalocalypse and mobile games like DragonVale. Her favorite things... Read More →


Thursday July 27, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Former Pie 5 Space - Next to Regal Theater Village at the Peaks - 1250 S. Hover Street, Longmont, CO
 
Friday, July 28
 

9:00am

Leveraging Big Data + Decision Making to Maximize Impact and Profits
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

With digital growth expected to increase 4,300% by 2020 - there has never been a better time to harness the power Big Data to empower decision making, impact, market opportunities, and financial growth. If you are looking to better connect with customers, increase profits, improve operational efficiencies, or capture market opportunities - please join our expert panelists as they share their winning strategies for capturing and interpreting the most valuable data available. 

Moderators
avatar for Ken Keusenkothen

Ken Keusenkothen

Founder & Principal, Recurve Group, Inc
Ken Keusenkothen is the Founder and Principal of Recurve Group Inc., a consulting company that implements restorative justice programs and training for government agencies, businesses, schools, law enforcement, and judicial districts. In 2016 Ken was selected by the U.S. State Department... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Andrei Khurshudov

Andrei Khurshudov

Chief Data Officer, Alchemy IoT
Dr. Andrei Khurshudov is a Chief Data Officer at Alchemy IoT, a Boulder-area startup focused on developing cloud-based solutions for the Internet of Things. | | Andrei joined Alchemy IoT after more than 10 years with Seagate, where he was a Chief Technologist and managed various... Read More →
avatar for Jeremiah Puckett

Jeremiah Puckett

Jeremiah Puckett is an experienced analyst with a background slicing data to identify opportunities, increase profitability and enhance performance. Jeremiah is a powerhouse in modeling, strategy, ad hoc analysis and report development/automation for all levels of the business... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Tishue

Jessica Tishue

Director of Marketing, Disruptive Marketing
My Commitment: To positively impact humanity + our environment through innovation. | | Who I Am: Accomplished integrative communications leader and digital strategist with a high commitment to excellence, innovation, and collaboration that drive results. I utilize the power of multi-channel... Read More →


Friday July 28, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Archethought 350 Terry Street, Suite 310, Longmont, CO