‘Law Practice As A Service’ Uptime Legal Buys NYC-Based JurisPage

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Uptime Legal Systems, the leading provider of Law Practice as a Service™ (LPaaS) to small and mid-sized law firms, today announced it has acquired JurisPage, a leading law firm website design, internet marketing, and lawyer SEO company. The acquisition expands the products Uptime Legal can offer to its clients throughout North America.”

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U of M Tech Transfer Reflection Sciences Is Raising $1m

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Reflection SciencesLocal edutech venture Reflection Sciences has raised $625k of a $1m funding round according to this SEC disclosure.

Cofounded in 2014 by University of Minnesota child development researchers Philip Zelazo and Stephanie Carlson (CEO), Reflection Sciences develops software to assess assess children’s executive function — such as attention, working memory, self-control, and cognitive flexibility.

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TECHdotMN Is Hiring Writers

by The TECHdotMN Team

We are hiring writers who want to explore and happenings around Minnesota’s burgeoning technology industry.

These paid roles will start simple with the intention of growing into longer-term relationships.  We value curiosity, passion and hustle over formal education or experience.   If you previously applied back in 2014 but we did not proceed together at that time, you’re encouraged to do so again!

If you or someone you know would like to consider this opportunity, please start here.

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50 Teams Compete In Coding Contest For Girls

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By Solvejg Wastvedt, MPRNews

“A coding competition [Technovation’s Appapalooza] for middle and high school girls aims to get more young women involved in technology. Fifty teams from across Minnesota met Sunday to pitch mobile app designs.  Rochester middle-schooler Samira Ibraahamo and her team built an app to combat hunger by connecting people with nearby food resources. Ibraahamo says when she started coding, it was a learning curve.”

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Meet the Entrepreneurs Trying to Get Target to Think Like a Startup

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By Polina Marinova, Fortune

“After spending years as a product manager at Amazon, PayPal and Rosetta Stone, West Stringfellow, 37, decided to take a 10-month vacation and travel. During a trip to Los Angeles, he took full advantage of the fact that, for the first time in nearly a decade, he wasn’t working in a straight-edge corporate environment. He left L.A. with two diamond studs in his nose.”

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Proto Labs Names Rich Baker As CTO

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“MAPLE PLAIN, Minn. – Custom prototyping and low-volume production company Proto Labs, Inc. (NYSE: PRLB) has announced Rich Baker as its new Chief Technology Officer starting May 2. Baker replaces longtime Proto Labs’ employee and current CTO, Don Krantz, who recently announced his retirement.”

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CoCo Expands Into Chicago Via Acquisition

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By Adam Belz, Star Tribune

COCO, the co-working space firm with its flagship location at the Grain Exchange building in downtown Minneapolis, is expanding to Chicago. The firm will announce Monday that it has acquired Enerspace Chicago, a co-working space in Chicago’s West Loop that COCO’s chief executive and co-founder Kyle Coolbroth described as a longtime ally. Terms were not disclosed.”

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