We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco next year.
Check out this quick, entertaining video and relive the learning, fun and networking that Code One 2019 was all about. We hope to see you next year.
Dr. Kirk Borne, principal data scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, explains how a business culture of experimentation empowers developers to transform data into value.
Innovations in gaming and software development go hand-in-hand. This keynote took a journey from 2D 8-bit games written in Assembler to cloud-deployed MMORPGs and see some fun demos along the way.
Intelligent applications use machine learning to make suggestions, deliver personalized user experiences, and enable better decisions. Learn how to build applications that provide high performance at a lower cost.
Developers, students, and educators can explore the functionality of Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including Compute VMs, Block and Object Storage, and Load Balancer-to build complete applications on Oracle Cloud.
Oracle Cloud Engineer Todd Sharp built a smartphone app to calculate carb consumption and insulin doses using image recognition, a wireless food scale and nutritional data.
Stanford University quantum computing researcher Jessica Pointing shares how Java gives her the ability to address new opportunities during Monday’s Java keynote.
CodeOne attendees can take advantage of movies, fitness and baseball; interact with pets; visit the Groundbreakers Hub; and even check out Oracle OpenWorld.
Celebrate a great week while you listen to guitar virtuouso John Mayer and move to the hits of Florida-born rapper Flo Rida. It promises to be a performance you won’t forget.