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Office Space

Move your business to the best-connected office space in Santa Cruz. Fully furnished fiber-connected.

from $ 799 /mo

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Dedicated, permanent desk space with lockable storage, power, and 1 Gbps (1,000Mbps) fiber Internet.

from $ 369 /mo

24/7 Memberships

Come go as you please with full 24/7 keycard access and all the benefits of full membership.

from $ 225 /mo

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Join the coworking revolution! Workspace, meeting rooms and free 1 Gbps (1,000Mbps) wifi, every day of the week.

from $ 179 /mo


The perfect venue for classes, high-tech events, community gatherings and showcases of local talent.

from $ 25 /hour

"As a gaming design company, we need a creative and inspiring professional space with world-class connectivity. Cruzioworks provides us all this and more."

—Michael N.Roush Choice Provisions


All membership levels include:

9-5 Member

Access to the coworking space during business hours (M-F, 9am- 5pm) 6hours of meeting room time per month. Starting at $179/mo.

Workstation Member

All the benefits of 24/7 plus: Dedicated workstation with power and internet connectivity 16 hours of meeting room time per month. Starting at $369/mo.

1-Day Pass

Need a great place to work for the day? Fiber-fast workspace at a great low price. Only $19 per day, and $12 for a half-day(1-5pm)!

24/7 Member

Full access to the coworking space 24/7/365 Grow your team with additional 24/7 memberships at 50% off! 12 hours of meeting room time per month. Starting at $225/mo.

Office Member

All the benefits of 24/7 plus: Furnished office space with cleaning, utilities, internet connectivity included 20 hours of meeting room time per month. Starting at $799/mo.

5-Day Pass

Flexible and full-service. 5 days of coworking convenience, whenever you need them. Only $79.

Frequently asked questions about Coworking

What is coworking? Simply stated, coworking is working in a shared environment. It has become more and more popular with the changing economy because it provides the flexibility for businesses to grow and retract, as needed. Coworking also provides individuals the opportunity to network with other members (to keep from getting lonely!) and a quiet place to come when you need a break from distractions at home.

Why should I rent space in Cruzioworks? We've got the fastest internet connection in the community: 10 gigabits per second of fiberoptic internet coming into the data center attached to the Cruzioworks space.

We promote your business. Unless we hear otherwise, your business will be listed on the website, which gets over 30,000 unique visitors a month.

We offer great amenities such as a coffee bar, bike and car parking, break room/kitchen, and many other features.

As a Cruzio member, you are eligible for discounts on services such as Web hosting and use of the event space, to name a couple.

Where is Cruzioworks located? Cruzioworks is located at 877 Cedar Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. Our main entrance is at the corner of Church street and Cedar street in downtown Santa Cruz.

What is the Cruzioworks work environment like? We strive to maintain a professional and respectful atmosphere. You rent the space that has the privacy, comfort, and amenities your business needs. If you would like a quiet space, we recommend the area next to the data center. People who would like to chat are encouraged to use a meeting room. If you enjoy listening to music while you work, please use headphones. Like we said, Cruzioworks just asks members to respect each other and the coworking space.

So how does Cruzioworks, erm, work? We provide a great place to work with comfortable ergonomic seating, a light-filled and airy environment and blazing fast internet. You as a member decide how you want to use the space and when. We offer different tiers of membership from 9-5 access to a full private office.

I’m not sure it’s for me, can I try it out? Absolutely. Get a day pass for $19 or a 5-day pass for $79. If this works for you, great. If and when you’re ready, upgrade to a full membership.

When is Cruzioworks open? Cruzioworks is open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. However, with 24/7 membership, you will have access to your space whenever you need it.

Do I have access to office supplies, print/fax/scan, and mail at Cruzioworks? Yes! For office supplies and print/fax/scan rates, please ask the front desk. Mail service, available during Cruzioworks office hours, comes free of charge when you are renting an office.

What are my transportation and parking options? Cruzioworks is conveniently located to provide you a multitude of transportation and parking options.

Walking: a quick and healthy walk, Cruzioworks is located less than a mile from the Santa Cruz Metro Station.

Public transportation: we are also accessible by taking the 10 bus (UCSC High St) to the Cedar Walnut stop. Or the 13 bus (UCSC Walnut St) to the Cedar Lincoln stop.

Biking: we encourage you to bike. There are 36 bike racks located around the outside of the building. Remember to lock your wheels. Please no bikes inside.

Driving: parking behind Cruzioworks is available on a first come, first served basis. Please only park in spaces marked 'CRUZIO.' Coworkers are encouraged to park at one of the three parking facilities across the street (including a 4-story garage a block north on Cedar Street, a 2-story garage across the street on Cedar, and a surface lot across the street on Church). Since the permit parking requires proof of your downtown working status, please see the front desk for the form you would use.

Can I use the entire coworking space for an event? Absolutely! As a member, you get access to discounted pricing! Please see the Coworking Features and Amenities page or go to New Styles Online Prada LizardTrimmed SquareToe Mules Ebay For Sale OMZVcN
for additional information. Cruzioworks tries to regulate events in the space so they are not a hindrance. But as a member, you are more than welcome to attend…just another perk of being a Cruzioworks member!

I don’t suppose you have space for my servers too? Glad you asked. As an internet Exchange Point (IXP) Cruzio also houses a state-of-the -art data center. If you have an office at Cruzioworks, we can easily cross-connect you directly to your rack, keeping everything on LAN. Check out our Colocation page for more info.

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Because however not all of jQuery's methods have corresponding single-node functions, Padolsey devised the idea of a jQuery.single utility.

The idea here is that a single jQuery object is created and used for each call to jQuery.single (effectively meaning only one jQuery object is ever created). The implementation for this can be found below and as we're consolidating data for multiple possible objects into a more central singular structure, it is technically also a Flyweight.

An example of this in action with chaining is:

Note: Although we may believe that simply caching our jQuery code may offer just as equivalent performance gains, Padolsey claims that $.single() is still worth using and can perform better. That's not to say don't apply any caching at all, just be mindful that this approach can assist. For further details about $.single, I recommend reading Padolsey's full post.

In this section, we're going to review three very important architectural patterns - MVC (Model-View-Controller), MVP (Model-View-Presenter) and MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel). In the past, these patterns have been heavily used for structuring desktop and server-side applications but it's only been in recent years that come to being applied to JavaScript.

As the majority of JavaScript developers currently using these patterns opt to utilize libraries such as Backbone.js for implementing an MVC/MV*-like structure, we will compare how modern solutions such as it differ in their interpretation of MVC compared to classical takes on these patterns.

Let us first now cover the basics.

MVC is an architectural design pattern that encourages improved application organization through a separation of concerns. It enforces the isolation of business data (Models) from user interfaces (Views), with a third component (Controllers) traditionally managing logic and user-input. The pattern was originally designed by Trygve Reenskaug during his time working on Smalltalk-80 (1979) where it was initially called Model-View-Controller-Editor. MVC went on to be described in depth in 1995's “Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software” (The "GoF" book), which played a role in popularizing its use.

It's important to understand what the original MVC pattern was aiming to solve as it's mutated quite heavily since the days of its origin. Back in the 70's, graphical user-interfaces were few and far between and a concept known as Separated Presentation began to be used as a means to make a clear division between domain objects which modeled concepts in the real world (e.g a photo, a person) and the presentation objects which were rendered to the user's screen.

The Smalltalk-80 implementation of MVC took this concept further and had an objective of separating out the application logic from the user interface. The idea was that decoupling these parts of the application would also allow the reuse of models for other interfaces in the application. There are some interesting points worth noting about Smalltalk-80's MVC architecture:



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