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Oracle Code is a free event for developers to explore the latest and greatest developer technologies, practices, and trends. Learn from technical experts, industry leaders, and other developers in keynotes, sessions, and hands-on labs. Experience cloud development technology in the Groundbreakers Hub with workshops and other live, interactive experiences and demos. View 2019 events

Technical Sessions and Hands-On Labs

Modern Cloud Development

Oracle Code will include educational sessions for developing software using the latest technologies such as containers, microservices, machine learning, intelligent bots, and blockchain. Learn from technical experts in sessions for developing software in Java, Node.js, and other programming languages and frameworks using Oracle Database, MySQL, and NoSQL databases.

Key Topics Covered

  • Programming languages (Java, JavaScript/Node.js, Python, SQL, PL/SQL)
  • Databases, big data, data science
  • Containers, Kubernetes, Linux, serverless, and cloud native
  • Development methodologies (microservices, API design, RAD, Agile)
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence, chatbots, blockchain
  • Modern web and mobile
  • DevTools, DevOps, and pipelines

Groundbreakers Hub

Meet us at the Hub with new things to experiment, more people to meet up with, and more memories to take away. Don’t miss our Autonomous Database Arcade, Raspberry Pi super computer, personalized manufacturing demos. Also, back by popular demand, Meet the Experts, blockchain beer, and of course t-shirts.

Take part in interactive demos, Q&As, panel discussions, workshops, and more. All are designed to help you develop skills and walk away with practical solutions that will help you do your job better and faster.
After the excitement of keynote sessions, the Groundbreakers Hub is the place to be. Mingle with fellow developers, kick back, and enjoy interactive panels, games and more.

Speakers

Check out some of our 2019 speakers.

Graeme Rocher

Micronaut and Grails Project Lead, Object Computing

Graeme Rocher is a software engineer and professional open source contributor. He has created several popular open source projects, including Grails (http://grails.org), GORM (http://gorm.grails.org), and Micronaut (http://micronaut.io). Graeme currently leads the development of the Grails and Micronaut frameworks at Object Computing (http://www.ociweb.com) and is the author and/or coauthor of several books, including The Definitive Guide to Grails 2 (Apress). Graeme won the inaugural Oracle Groundbreaker award in 2018.

Ronika Lewis

CEO and Founder, RLI Consulting

Ronika Lewis is the CEO and Founder of RLI Consulting, an information technology and management consulting firm founded in 2006. RLI is an Oracle [NYSE:ORCL] World Wide Gold Partner and designs, develops, implements, and supports enterprise cloud applications embedded with technologies like AI, machine learning, blockchain, IoT, and advanced analytics, and focuses heavily on cloud security and identity management. In 2018, Ronika founded RL Empowers, a nonprofit focused on training, educating, and certifying marginalized black 18-25 year olds. The goal is to create an organic pipeline of cloud engineers and technologists into white collar, six-figure salary jobs in STEM doing digital transformations and cloud migrations. RLI also partners with MIT Solve, focusing on economic prosperity and solving the future of work challenges, as part of the United Nations' sustainable development goals.

Bob Quillin

Vice President, Developer Relations, Oracle

As vice president of developer relations for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure,, Bob Quillin leads the cloud native labs team responsible for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure native developer relations, advocacy, engagement, solutions, and lighthouse adoption. Bob joined Oracle as part of the StackEngine acquisition in December 2015, where he was cofounder and CEO. Based in Austin, TX, StackEngine was an early container native pioneer building services and platforms designed to help developers and DevOps teams build, orchestrate, and scale enterprise-grade container apps. Prior to his role at StackEngine, Bob was CEO of Austin-based CopperEgg, a cloud monitoring SaaS startup acquired by Idera in 2013. With previous executive and startup leadership roles at CopperEgg, nLayers, EMC, and VMware, Bob has focused his career on applying automation to simplify complex cloud, IT, and developer challenges. You can find him on Twitter @bobquillin.

Gerald Venzl

Developer Relations, Oracle

Gerald Venzl is senior principal product manager for Oracle server technologies. He started his career in the dot-com era as a PL/SQL developer using Oracle 8.1.5. Soon after, Gerald specialized in Oracle Database performance tuning, then evolved into his role in performance tuning, mainly working on the J2EE and Oracle Database stack. Gerald worked in Austria, New York City, and London before moving to Oracle's Silicon Valley headquarters. There he joined the product management team for Oracle Database and server technologies, focusing on developer communities.

 

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