San Diego's tech scene is flourishing right now. The startup and programming communities are rallying around events such as hackathons, programming workshops for women, incubators, co-working spaces. It's an exciting time to be a geek in San Diego.
SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
Caucho Technology, the leader in lightweight, high performance application servers, today announced its participation in the San Diego Tech Scene for the 9th anniversary of March Mingle 2013. This event has been supported by many user groups and is attended by hundreds of developers.
Caucho is one of San Diego’s leading software companies and has pioneered open source Java, PHP in Java, cloud support and binary remoting. Caucho is actively involved in the San Diego developer scene and hosts monthly San Diego Java User Groups (SD-JUG) at its office.
“San Diego is a great place for innovation with leading research institutions, biotech, defense and software development,” said Steve Montal, CEO of Caucho. Montal continued, “We are excited to geek out and brainstorm new ideas with friends and neighbors over our great local beers.”
SDTechScene – One city. One tech scene. One calendar. The San Diego Tech Scene is a comprehensive local resource that brings together networks of tech related events, user groups, and meet up friendly venues under one calendar. It’s an organization that offers tech startups the resources, co-working spaces and meetup friendly venues to expand and thrive.
March Mingle is a technology-agnostic get together of technologist and geeks from all over San Diego, bringing developers of all flavors to San Diego’s annual “Technology Woodstock” or “Ultimate Geek Happy Hour.” It is filled with networking, camaraderie, shop talk and the trading of war stories. This is also where you will learn about San Diego’s latest tech startups and discover what other local user groups are up to. March Mingle has gained so much interest that the past three years have been sold out. For event details, visit http://marchmingle.com.
"San Diego's tech scene is flourishing right now. The startup and programming communities are rallying around events such as hackathons, programming workshops for women, incubators, co-working spaces. It's an exciting time to be a geek in San Diego,” said June Clarke, Organizer of SDTechScene.org. “We try to keep track of all the active technical user groups at SDTechScene.org,” Clarke added. “There are about 100 on our list right now. The purpose of March Mingle is to host a yearly event for all the user groups to come together. San Diego geeks of all flavors emerge en masse, and the 300 tickets sell out every year. Our aim is to encourage cross-pollination between local user groups and companies while having a good time doing it" Clarke said.
Caucho’s relentless quest for performance and reliability has paved the way for Resin as the leading global Open Source Java application server. Founded in 1998, Caucho is Java EE Web Profile certified by Oracle and recognized as one of the leading Java engineering companies in the world. Our San Francisco based engineers continue to uphold our proven reputation for craftsmanship and innovation. Caucho has helped organizations worldwide including start-ups, governments and Fortune 500 companies to build and grow their business using one of the most flexible, rock-solid and powerful application servers, Resin. Caucho is an Oracle Java EE licensee focusing on Web Profile and cloud solutions with offices in San Francisco and San Diego.
Resin Application server
Resin Pro, Caucho’s Java EE certified application server, features Java EE Web Profile support, Resin cloud support (3rd generation clustering technology), Resin JAMM (Java application monitoring and management), Resin Web Server, Hessian - binary transport protocol, Quercus - PHP on the JVM, Resin Cache - distributed cache server, and Resin Queue - messaging server. Resin has a 15-year reputation for speed and scalability. Leading companies worldwide with demands for reliability and high performance web applications including the Toronto Stock Exchange, Salesforce.com and CNET are powered by Resin.