21 March

Perspectives on Job Hunting Tips for Bootcampers (Pt. I)

There’s no denying that the job market for software engineers is overwhelmingly positive for the near future; however, an issue that we at KJ Technical often run into is the huge bottleneck of bootcamp developers applying for any and all open positions, when really their skillset pertains to entry-level positions. The key is to set […]

5 March

Takeaways from ETHDenver 2018

Denver’s blockchain community is pushing hard for the region to be a major player in the Web 3.0 paradigm shift. There is an electric “DIY” culture going, with people gladly taking nights and weekends to contribute in any way they can. The mantra is “buidl” rather than “hodl”; I personally heard zero talk about prices. […]

12 February

Five Industries Set for Disruption by Blockchain

Five Industries Set for Disruption by Blockchain

Blockchain technology is poised to turn the world on its head with lightning fast transactions taking place on transparent public ledgers. Without the need for trusted third parties, corrupt practices will fall by the wayside. Human error will be further squeezed out of industries riddled by inefficiency. Here are five ways that blockchain will revolutionize […]

11 January

Ten Reasons to Work in Denver’s Tech Scene

We’re #2! We’re #2! According to Hired.com, Denver is the 2nd most-appealing city for software engineers, being edged out simply because companies in Austin are more willing to pay relocation packages. All that to say, there’s Austin transplants moving here every day, just saying… Our Economy is Rocking Forbes ranked Denver as the best place […]

21 December

Net Neutrality II: What happens next?

Despite the apocalyptic headlines from last week following the FCC’s illegal move to repeal rules protecting net neutrality, internet users should take heart: The fight has only just begun. . Polls show that the vast majority of American people are opposed to this move (including 75% of Republicans) and it’s time to push back against […]