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 Matthew Lynley

Goodly looks to give companies student loan payments as an employee benefit

Goodly looks to give companies student loan payments as an employee benefit

As employers duke it out over hiring the best possible candidates, especially ones coming out of school, they are starting to get a little bit more creative with their incentive packages — and that includes offering an option for paying down student debt. Goodly is a new startup that’s looking to help those employers offer […]

 Matthew Lynley

Optic wants to help developers drop boilerplate code into their development flow

Optic wants to help developers drop boilerplate code into their development flow

Stack Overflow and other various sites and tools have made it easy to Google search for solutions — or code snippets — to the easier parts of putting together an app or program for developers, but Aidan Cunniffe wants to take that one automated step further. That’s the premise behind Optic, which gives developers a way […]

 Matthew Lynley

ColdQuanta raises $6.75M to make it easier to spin up a limited use-case quantum computer

ColdQuanta raises $6.75M to make it easier to spin up a limited use-case quantum computer

Quantum computing may be a long ways off, but early applications of it aren’t as far off as you might think, according to longtime researcher and ColdQuanta founder Dana Anderson. The startup creates a device that’s designed to make it easier to start operating quantum computing-like operations on near-term problems like signal processing or time […]

 Matthew Lynley

Snark AI looks to help companies get on-demand access to idle GPUs

Snark AI looks to help companies get on-demand access to idle GPUs

Riding on a wave of an explosion in the use of machine learning to power, well, just about everything is the emergence of GPUs as one of the go-to methods to handle all the processing for those operations. But getting access to those GPUs — whether using the cards themselves or possibly through something like […]

 Matthew Lynley

Seattle Food Tech looks to replace the chicken nugget with a plant-based copycat

Seattle Food Tech looks to replace the chicken nugget with a plant-based copycat

Christie Lagally spent half of a decade working on planes as an aerospace engineer — but now she’s trying to attack the food industry head-on with a hopeful attempt to change the way we eat chicken. That’s the aim of Seattle Food Tech, which looks to create what effectively looks and feels like a chicken […]

 Matthew Lynley

Guild Education raises $40M to offer employees education as a company perk

Guild Education raises $40M to offer employees education as a company perk

Recruiting, hiring and retention can be one of the most costly parts of a company’s entire operation, and there’s a class of startups and companies that are increasingly getting funded to try to optimize one or more of those problems all at once — including a new big round for employee education platform Guild Education. […]

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