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Georges Saab is the senior vice president of development for the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His team is responsible for Java Standard Edition (SE), including the Java language, core libraries, and Java Virtual Machine (JVM). With more than 30 years in this field, Georges is a veteran of programming languages and platform development. His work with the Java platform began as a developer of Java SE at JavaSoft and Sun Microsystems where he was a founder of the Swing group and Java Webstart. He then ran development of the JRockit JVM for many years at BEA Systems. Georges is also the chairperson of the OpenJDK Governing Board.
Chad Arimura is vice president of Java developer relations at Oracle. Previously, he was the cofounder and CEO of Iron.io where he grew a multimillion-dollar annual recurring revenue business that pioneered serverless computing and recorded some of the earliest usages of the term serverless in 2010. When Oracle acquired Iron.io in 2017, Chad served as vice president of serverless technologies where he established the serverless organization. His team produced The Fn Project and Oracle Functions, making Oracle one of the only major cloud providers to offer a functions-as-a-service platform largely built on upstream, open source code. Once the serverless org was fully established, Chad joined the Java Platform Group to help build out the developer relations team and further strengthen Oracle’s connection with the millions of Java developers worldwide by demonstrating empathy and integrity. He’s a frequent speaker at developer events worldwide, addressing topics such as Java, serverless computing, entrepreneurship, team building, and culture. You can follow and stay connected with Chad on Twitter @chadarimura
Sharat Chander is a director of Java platform product management and developer engagement at Oracle. He has worked in the IT industry for 25 years for firms that include Bell Atlantic, Verizon, and Sun Microsystems. His background and technical specialty is in Java development tools, graphics design, and product and community management. Actively involved in the Java community for two decades, Sharat helps drive greater Java awareness, acceptance, and adoption. His advocacy efforts have improved and increased community participation and enterprise usage of Java. Sharat is also a frequent keynote speaker and active participant in developer programs worldwide.
Aurelio Garcia-Ribeyro is a senior director of product management for the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He has been involved in the development of the Java Development Kit (JDK) since JDK 7. Aurelio ensures that internal Oracle groups using the JDK are informed of changes, and he explains the most relevant features and enhancements for upcoming releases. Prior to joining Oracle in 2010, Aurelio worked at Sun Microsystems. Before moving to California, he was employed in workforce management in the telecommunications industry in Florida. He’s been a frequent presenter at JavaOne, Oracle Code One, Java user groups, and Oracle customer events. He also received a JavaOne Rock Star Award. Aurelio holds a BS in systems engineering from Universidad de Lima and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. You can follow and stay connected with Aurelio on Twitter @aureliog.
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