Trada Opens CodeSpace in Downtown Boulder: Free Boulder co-working space for software developers
Boulder, Colo. –2011 – “Hello world!” Trada introduces CodeSpace, a free co-working space for startup developers and software engineers to get work done. Pretty much:
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Codespace will have three dedicated spaces for startup software development, to be determined by application. Office spaces vary in size between 2 and 4 people. CodeSpace will also have a large community room for development teams to collaborate on a daily first-come, first-serve basis.
Initially, (Code + “ “) will open on July 18 with the operating hours of 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. While some developers might be surprised and alarmed to find out that coding can happen before 11 am, the space will be open for developers with all variable sleep patterns. /Code\s+/ will operate out of 1023 Walnut Ave., the Trada building, in downtown Boulder.
Whiteboards, wireless, caffeine and foosball are all on Trada. Laptops, light sabers and unit tests are all on the co-workers.
“We’re committed to building a Boulder business, and that means being committed to the Boulder community,” said Niel Robertson, Trada CEO and founder. “Trada wanted to add the CodeSpace environment to the mix of coffee shops, traditional co-working spaces, and rented offices in Boulder.”
To apply for one of the three dedicated co-working spaces, please visit Trada.com/codespace. To learn more about future hackathons and community events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.