San Diego Tech Scene Blog

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.


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 […]

  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 […]

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.

SAN DIEGO, CA, February 2017 – Local edtech startup, ThoughtSTEM, has launched a free coding school for adults. The initiative is called, and provides adult-learners with the opportunity to take classes that undergraduates would take in pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree in computer science. Most importantly: it can all be done part-time and at no cost.

The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) of San Diego, California, today announced that they are joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 5-11).

Today, CONNECT, a premier innovation company accelerator in San Diego that creates and scales great companies in the technology and life sciences sectors, announced the launch of CONNECT ALL, the region’s first diversity-focused start-up incubator and accelerator. Together with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos, and retired Charger Luis Castillo; H. Puentes, Director of CONNECT ALL announced this collaborative initiative. Spanos and the Chargers have committed to housing CONNECT ALL in the new downtown convention center and stadium.

San Diego’s top professionals to be recognized and invited to speak at upcoming Association for Corporate Growth event

International marketing leaders will share insight on how to effectively “close the loop”