Date: 11/11/2019 – 11/14/2019

Time: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm

Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt, 1 Market Pl, San Diego, CA 92101

Pre-conference tutorials on Monday, post-conference workshops on Thursday, Main Event Tuesday Nov 12-Wednesday November 13.

TechVision’s Chrysalis Conference has an attendee-driven agenda, high-profile expert speakers, in-depth content and a fiercely independent point of view focused on the large enterprise. TechVision’s Chrysalis Conference is not your typical event focused on highlighting vendor offerings. The event has two days of comprehensive workshops bookending two days of lively, focused general sessions. Evenings include hospitality suites where attendees can enjoy networking with peers while learning more about emerging technologies. If you attend only one event this year, the TechVision Research Chrysalis Conference is the best event to provide the education and insight needed to help you prepare for the future of your enterprise. With over 40 speakers in the main conference we feature some of the top technology analysts, thought leaders and enterprise in the world focusing on the new digital enterprise and the development, identity management, security, privacy and authorization models to support this. Speakers include the Chief Information Security Officer from Aetna, the head of Identity programs at Capital One, Sempra’s (SDG&E) head of enterprise Identity, the head of Security Innovation at Citi, Microsoft, IBM, Akamai, the CIO from Emory University and so many more.

Workshops will include Decentralized Identity (based on Blockchain and Verifiable Claims), Developing an Digital Enterprise Strategy, Building and Architecting an Enterprise DevOps/Microservices program and Developing an IAM reference architecture and strategy.

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Founders First Capital Partners and LIFT Development Enterprises has extended the deadline for their small business accelerator program, Fall 2019 South Bay Elevate My Business Challenge. They will now accept applications until 09/30/2019.

LIFT Development Enterprises (LIFT) is a not-for-profit small business growth accelerator program. Through four (4) strategy-focused workshops and meaningful mentorship, the program educates small businesses on how to scale their business, improve their business financial health, and become job creators. The program culminates with a pitch & graduation day where cash & service prizes are awarded to the top growth plan presentations, along with the opportunity to network with potential investors and partners. Post-program support is included for all graduates.

  • Deadline to apply: September 30th, 2019
  • Workshop dates: 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, & 11/12
  • Location:
    National University South Bay Campus –
    660 Bay Blvd., Chula Vista, CA 91910
  • Duration: 60 days (bi-weekly workshops & pitch event on 11/26/19)
  • Ideal candidate: Small businesses with annual revenues of $50K to $250K
  • All referrals will receive the $250 discounted tuition fee (*Retail: $500)!
  • Apply at https://liftde.org/apply-challenge/

Download the the flyer for more info.

 

Venture-backed GoMeta recently announced that it secured $6 million in funding and unveiled a powerful new web app development platform called Koji. Now in beta, Koji makes creating and deploying web applications dramatically faster, easier and accessible to millions more people. Former Googler and MySpace CTO Dmitry Shaprio co-founded GoMeta in 2016.

“We’re shrinking app development times to hours or days instead of months, and enabling novice developers to build and effortlessly deploy apps with Koji,” said Shapiro, CEO of GoMeta “Just like video-sharing websites dramatically lowered the difficulty of publishing video and inspired millions of new content creators to broadcast, we’re lowering the difficulty and decreasing the time it takes to release web applications. Koji invites millions of new people to become app creators.”

The new platform allows developers to create Web App Templates that anyone can easily customize and deploy, including non-techies. Using existing code called “starter templates,” developers can clone, code and make it their own using the easy-to-use code editor and collaboration tools.

Scott Rupp, Founding Partner at BITKRAFT Esports Ventures and investor in GoMeta believes the company is at the forefront of a new software paradigm that allows games and software to be shared outside the confines of the app stores, which will have a big impact on the mobile games ecosystem in the years to come. “Unleashing the creativity of user generated content has historically created significant value for new platforms. GoMeta enables non-technical users to easily create, modify and share casual, mobile, and AR games, democratizing mobile and web game development for the first time,” Rupp added.

The Koji platform consists of four fundamental parts: a template marketplace, a collaborative development environment, multi-platform deployment automation and an app store.

“We’ve been believers in GoMeta’s vision since 2016 when it was founded and are thrilled to watch the progress that this team is making,” said Kelly Perdew, Co-founder and Managing General Partner at Moonshots Capital. “Making it possible for a limitless number of people all over the globe to create applications is a game changer and will impact all industries in profound ways.”

Koji enables a repository of app templates that can be cloned and customized to suit creators’ needs. Starting from a template makes it much easier, and dramatically faster, for creators to build their app. Some apps can be built in under an hour, many in under a day. Even extremely complex apps can be built in under a week. Templates are added to the marketplace by independent developers and can be made available for free or for a fee.

Because Koji is completely cloud-based and built to be collaborative, creators can easily request help from the community and solve problems in real-time. Collaborating users work on the same code files, see real time previews and communicate via chat or VoIP.

Koji makes deploying web applications effortless. With a single click, an app is ready to run on web, mobile, desktop, instant messengers, game consoles and other platforms.

Because Koji apps are powered by the web, and don’t necessarily have to be submitted to traditional app stores, distributing your Koji app is as easy as posting a link to social media, sending it in a message or linking to it from your website. You can also list your app in the Koji App Store so that people may discover it when they’re browsing around or looking at other apps.

GoMeta hosts hackathons regularly and invites developers to participate for a chance to earn some bragging rights and pocket a $500 prize. To try Koji in beta or sign up for an upcoming hackathon, go here.

Contact: contact@gometa.io

 

 

For Immediate Release

Media Contacts:
Teresa Valenzuela, SDFF
(619) 269-1684, Ext. 205 – Direct
(619) 601-3613 – Cell
Teresa@sdfutures.org

Courtney Pendleton, YMCA
(858) 292-9622, ext. 10112
(714) 926-8106 cell
cpendleton@ymca.org

The San Diego Futures Foundation, in Partnership with Copley-Price Family YMCA, Hosts STEMFEST: Opportunity Knocks

SAN DIEGO – Feb. 18, 2019 – The public is invited to join the San Diego Futures Foundation (SDFF), Copley-Price Family YMCA, and up to 45 exhibitors for a STEM-centric day on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Copley-Price Family YMCA (4300 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, 92105). Bring the whole family and learn about all things STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

STEMFEST: Opportunity Knocks is designed to evoke interest and create new avenues of opportunity for youth interested in science technologies. This is a FREE family event focused on not only exposing the community to science technologies happening in San Diego but resources and avenues intended to broaden their STEM-horizon. For more information, and to sign up for the event, visit: https://sdfutures.org/event/stemfest/.
“At SDFF we envision a future where technology is available to all, regardless of socio-economic status, age, or ability,” said, Gary Knight, Executive Director of the SDFF. “It’s important that we open doors of opportunity to underserved populations and equip them with the needed resources to succeed. This is our way of ensuring we contribute positively to family-focused activities in the community.”

“We are excited to partner with the San Diego Futures Foundation,” said Copley-Price YMCA Executive Director Julian Villegas. “At the YMCA we focus on youth development and social responsibility and invite all mid-city neighbors and families to learn more and explore STEM in a fun way.”

Villegas added that after STEMFEST, the YMCA and SDFF are collaborating to develop new programs that both children and adults can participate in.

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SDFF, in the business of improving lives through technology
The San Diego Futures Foundation (SDFF) was established in 1999 by the Pennant Alliance as a way to help meet the growing need for access to technology equipment and services. Our mission is to improve lives in San Diego County by making information technology available to underserved populations by providing technology equipment, training, support, IT outsourcing, and digital media services to nonprofit organizations, disadvantaged small businesses, low-income households, people with disabilities, and seniors. SDFF is working hard to bridge the digital divide in our community. We are located at 4283 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 220, San Diego, CA 92105. Visit https://sdfutures.org for more information.

About the YMCA of San Diego County
The YMCA of San Diego County is the second largest Y in the nation serving more than 435,000 San Diego County residents and employing more than 5,500 people. Through a variety of programs and services focused on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y unites men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. The YMCA of San Diego County is dedicated to improving the quality of human life and to helping all people realize their fullest potential as children of God through the development of the spirit, mind, and body. Visit www.ymca.org to find your local YMCA or call (858) 292-YMCA (9622).

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Bio Waves Inc. has several desks with computers available in a nice air-conditioned office in Encinitas (near D St & Second St).

  • 4-6 desks available in 900 ft2 open office space
  • Marine Bio-Tech/ Environmental Science Small Business
  • 2 blocks from the beach! 3 blocks to downtown Encinitas

Desks/office share comes with the following:

  • PC computer & Monitor (Windows 7 or higher)
  • High-speed wireless internet
  • Color copier
  • APS power/backup system
  • Lock-able cabinet/drawer space
  • Internal meeting room (sign-up required)
  • Shared kitchen (fridge, toaster and micro-Wave)
  • Drinking water & coffee machine (coffee not included)
  • Easy walk to coffee shops, ice-cream, restaurants and lunch spots
  • Beach parks and tennis courts only 2 blocks away for breaks!
  • Ample Parking spaces (first come first serve)

Currently the office accommodates 2-4 (most often 1-2) employees working on technical / data-analysis work in a very quiet work setting (employees usually have headsets on to focus on their work).  Desk space will be available during regular business hours not including weekends. Some exceptions may be made with advanced notice.

Bio Waves Inc prefers clients who do not spend much time on the phone and do not require clients visiting frequently (e.g. no salespersons or realtors)

Bio Waves Inc will require 2-3 references and will conduct background checks if you are not part of an established company already

Please send a brief e-mail with a description of your business, work conducted (e.g. tech/computer, design-work, etc) type of work environment preferred, and how many days/week you expect to use the office. Also send your phone/contact information to:

e.town.shared.office@gmail.com

Bio Waves Inc will contact you for an interview and walk thru of the offices if they are interested.

WebpassWebpass entered the San Diego market in 2012 with the idea of making people rethink their Internet. They did this by designing a product that was better and less expensive than what their competitors could provide, making them one of San Diego’s newest disruptive innovators. Through the simplicity of set-up, absence of contracts, blazing fast speeds and personable customer service their business model has proven successful. Disruptive innovation in the telecommunications industry will force companies to develop forward-thinking technologies otherwise they will start to see a decrease in customers and eventually be put out of business. It’s time for the industry to seize the opportunities the disruption presents or face the consequences of not adapting. Webpass is a driving force in changing the Internet and we are excited they have landed in San Diego.

The San Diego Furnace Accelerator has Launched! Deadline to apply is March 9.

Technologies are available for viewing now on the SocialCloud™ platform. Create an account and begin connecting, exploring and creating. Apply by March 9, 2015. PACE/T2 brings Furnace to San Diego in 2014, partnering with SSC Pacific to offer more than 100 technologies eligible for license through Furnace and the United States Navy. The competition opens this fall. View the technologies.

http://www.furnaceaccelerator.com

Fab Lab has dedicated spaces available at their new location in Makers Quarter.

Fab LabOur friends at Fab Lab are offering dedicated space at their new location in downtown. Lab use membership, co-working (co-labbing) or dedicated space are all available.

Sign Up

Fab Lab

Another great event by Brant Cooper and San Diego Tech Founders, October 8th, 2014. Here are the photos from the demos.


Zesty

Tailio

Playmotion

Piggyback

Obrary

Livegoode

Fanpics

October 19, 2014 is the deadline for the San Diego’s VC Quick Pitch Event.

Apply: http://www.vcquickpitch.com

VC Quick Pitch 2014 is one of the foremost events for San Diego start-ups to seek funding – an opportunity for entrepreneurs to pitch their companies and ideas to a panel of distinguished investors and members of the start-up community for potential financial backing. Selection means entrepreneurs can access the best possible resources – including education, networking, mentorship and new venture financing – to help turn innovative ideas into real businesses.

If you have a great business idea in biotech, software, cleantech, consumer goods, computing services, mobile applications, financial services, e-commerce or any other industry, we want to hear from you! If a company, idea or product shows enough investment potential, that project will reach the final round and have the opportunity to secure a portion of a $250,000 net purse.

Key Dates:

  • Executive Summary Deadline Sunday, October 19, 2014
  • Finalist Chosen and Notified Friday, October 24, 2014
  • Finalist Pitch Deck Deadline Sunday, October 26, 2014
  • Final Round Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Apply: http://www.vcquickpitch.com