Go Code Colorado wouldn’t be coding or building community without our fabulous sponsors adding value and helping us make the competition great. Each of these sponsors provided financial support, allowing our 4th annual program to remain completely free to participate in.
AT&T: Back for a second year as the Summit Sponsor, AT&T not only supported the challenge financially, but is once again engaging AT&T Foundry, its network of innovation centers supporting startups, innovators and entrepreneurs. This year, the winning teams will be flown out to Silicon Valley for in-person meetings with the mentors of their Palo Alto Foundry. They’ll provide insight on how to accelerate ideas and bring them to market. We’re thrilled to partner with the Foundry and appreciate their critical role in building the bridge between public data and business insight.
Carto: Along with financial support, Carto was instrumental in Go Code Colorado team app development. Without their data location and visualization tool, we’d be stuck gleaning data insight from a pesky linear format, which is so five years ago. Carto’s amazing software, provided free of charge, allowed competitors to explore, map and research data sets with speed, efficiency and power.
Talend: This Gartner-lauded, California-based company’s integration software products, including Open Studio and Data Fabric offer real-time solutions for all types of data integration. We appreciate their financial support and how efficiently they bring both scale and speed to the data space.
Wilmer Hale: Via mentoring and educational presentations, this global law firm provided expertise and guidance on how participants can protect and secure their intellectual property. Alongside financial sponsorship, this support was invaluable for Go Code Colorado teams trying to understand critical legal details during their adventurous journey of business development.
Thanks again sponsors. We got our eye on you.