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There are multiple Oracle Groundbreaker developer tours throughout the year around the world. Check this page regularly for information on a tour near you.
The 2019 Oracle Groundbreakers India Yatra ("tour" or "journey") took place this year from July 13th to July 28th. The tour covered 10 major high tech cities in three weeks. More than two dozen speakers—Oracle ACEs, Groundbreaker Ambassadors, prominent Oracle developers and executives—addressed 3,000 developers on subjects such as Oracle Autonomous Database, cloud, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data science.
For more information, visit the Groundbreakers Yatra website published by the All India Oracle User Group (AIOUG), which includes pointers to individual user groups, photos from past events, and details on speakers. You can also watch videos from the 2019 tour on YouTube and follow future tours @OGYatra on Twitter.
The annual Oracle Groundbreakers APAC Tour runs from October 11-October 26, 2019, with technical conferences taking place in nine cities across seven countries. There will be plenty of opportunities to meet with key Oracle development experts and your peers in user group communities throughout the entire Asia Pacific region. Here insights from advanced technical experts, including senior Oracle engineers, Oracle ACEs, Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassadors, and Oracle Groundbreakers from the community.
For more information, go to the APAC Oracle Users Groups Community for dates, venues, sessions, speakers, and more. Get involved by helping build the community in your area. Also, please follow the tour on Twitter @groundbreakers and also with this hashtag: #groundbreakerstour
In May the dev tour motorcycle team will travel to meet Japanese developers throughout Japan. At various events, including the Java Day Tokyo conference, you'll see Akihiro Nishikawa, Andres Almiray, David Buck, Edson Yanaga, Fernando Badapoulis, Ixchel Ruiz, Kirk Pepperdine, Matthew Gilliard, Sebastian Daschner, and Stephen Chin.