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Seattle Startup Week Sponsor Spotlight | Code Fellows

code-fellows-ssw-sponsor-logosCode Fellows, a Seattle Startup Week sponsor, is a code school training both mobile and web developers in industry practices, in-demand frameworks and technologies.

What makes you excited about Seattle Startup Week?

A chance to connect with all of the resources that happen over a year in one week.

What are you hoping to get out of the week of events?

Awareness of Code Fellows with a broader community of potential co-founders and future employers.

What do you love about being part of the Seattle startup culture?

It has changed a lot over the years.  It’s great that we now have an ecosystem that is helping new folks get connected with resources.

If Code Fellows was a food, what would it be and why?

Spicy Mexican.  It’s something you expect, but it has a bit of a kick to it.

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Seattle Startup Week Sponsor Spotlight | Hired

Hired LogoHired, a two-sided recruiting marketplace and a Seattle Startup Week sponsor, is on a mission to make both finding a job and finding quality employees easier.

What makes you excited about Seattle Startup Week?

We’re excited to support and participate in Seattle’s startup community.  In particular, we are excited to discover new companies, share ideas and meet interesting people.

What are you hoping to get out of the week of events?

We are hoping to be a resource for job seekers and to build partnerships with startups to help grow their teams.

What do you love about being part of the Seattle startup culture?

The Seattle startup culture is extremely welcoming and extremely innovative.  The people here are passionate about what they do and it shows in their enthusiasm to help others and give back to the community.

If Hired was a food, what would it be and why?

Hired would be a Vegas seafood buffet.  It serves and satisfies everyone and is a pleasure to experience.

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Seattle Startup Week Sponsor Spotlight | Name.com

Name.com logoName.com is a domain name registrar, web hosting company and a Seattle Startup Week sponsor.  To get to know them a little better, we asked them a few questions.

What makes you excited about Seattle Startup Week?

We are excited to support Seattle Startup Week because we love the whole Startup Week movement.  We’ve supported Boulder and Portland this year too, but see a particular energy in Seattle’s startup scene that’s infectious; and we want to be a part of it.

What are you hoping to get out of the week of events?

We are hoping to spread the word that new alternatives to .com domains are now available.  Domain name extensions like .ninja, .social, .news, and 1,300 others are becoming available.  We love these names because they inspire people to come up with new ideas and discover new possibilities on the Internet.

What do you love about being part of the Seattle startup culture?

Our favorite part of the Seattle startup scene is the drive that people have.  There’s a unique sense of “anything is possible” in the Seattle area.

If Name.com was a food, what would it be and why?

We would probably be lasagne.  That’s because we are simple on the outside, but super complex on the inside.