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Oracle Code One Expands Support for Developers

Oracle Code One now covers more technologies and reaches new communities

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Oct 16, 2018

Code One

Visitors to the Groundbreaker Hub at Oracle Code One will be able to get their hands on the Code Card.

To support and empower the developer community, Oracle Code One will take place alongside Oracle OpenWorld on October 22 to 25 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Oracle’s premier event for developers has expanded to include more languages, technologies and developer communities. Oracle Code One will cover a wide range of topics from AI, blockchain, digital assistants and containers to Java and more languages such as Go, Rust and Python. Registration is still open to all developers and available at

Oracle Code One features daily keynotes at 5:00 PM in Moscone North’s Hall D. In the Java technical keynote on Monday, October 22, Georges Saab, Vice President of Development at Oracle, will share Java SE updates from the last twelve months including recent enhancements made in the latest Java 11 release. They will also share a glimpse into future projects aimed at accelerating user productivity such as Java in container environments and exploration of new code review options for the JDK. This year’s Duke’s Choice Award winners will also be announced during the keynote.

The Oracle Code One keynote on Tuesday, October 23, will explore topics ranging from managed Kubernetes and serverless functions to blockchain and intelligent digital assistants powered by chatbot technology. The keynote will be presented by Matt Thompson, Vice President of Developer Engagement and Evangelism at Oracle; Amit Zavery, Executive, Vice President of Fusion Middleware and PaaS Development at Oracle; and Siddhartha Agarwal, Group Vice President of Product Management and Strategy for Oracle Cloud Platform. The Code One Meetup at 5:00 PM lets developers not registered for Oracle Code attend the keynote, join a fireside chat with iconic leaders who have made groundbreaking developer innovations and explore evening sessions.

The Java Community Keynote will take place October 24 and feature special guest, James Gosling, creator of Java, together with Stephen Chin, Director of Developer Marketing and Heather VanCura, Director at Oracle and Chair of the Java Community Process, the keynote will also include developer groundbreakers from Canoo Engineering AG, Gluon, IT-Beratung, Snyk.

“As developers look to build increasingly complex cloud native applications, Oracle continues to provide new, innovative capabilities like AI and Machine Learning, blockchain and Kubernetes support for developers to leverage,” said Siddhartha Agarwal, Group Vice President of Product Management and Strategy at Oracle. “Oracle Code One is where developers can engage with Oracle’s technical experts and the larger developer ecosystem to learn how to build the next generation of these applications and services. The event features an unrivalled variety of technical sessions and a community of peers with expertise in the tools, tricks and technologies relevant to building for the cloud. Oracle is engaging with developers wherever they are located around the world to enable innovation via learning resources, developer-focused events, hands on hackfests and free Oracle Cloud Trials to help them get started.”

Throughout Oracle Code One, developers will find more of the Java content they expect with extended workshops, talks, sessions and Hands-on-Labs to explore technologies from Oracle and the broader developer ecosystem, including GraalVM, Oracle JET, the Fn Project, OpenJFX and GraphPipe. Developers at Oracle Code One can also expect unexpected demos based on the latest emerging technologies, from AI to blockchain.

Among this year’s exciting demos, sessions and keynotes, attendees will get to experience:

  • The Code Card – With Wi-Fi, buttons and an e-link screen, developers can design their own Code Card IoT device. Visitors to the Groundbreaker Hub at Oracle Code One will be able to get their hands on the Code Card and join a workshop to learn how to program it using Oracle Cloud Functions, serverless technology powered by the Fn Project.

  • Demo: Alpha Zero AI Algorithm Connect Four – The Meet the Experts Lounge on Monday, October 22 at 4:00 PM will feature an interactive demonstration of a neural network trained to play Connect Four using the AlphaZero algorithm and deployed using Oracle’s open source GraphPipe.

  • Demo: Blockchain Beer – An exclusive demo of how a micro-brewery outcompetes big brands with the blockchain.

  • Panel: Groundbreaker Icons – A discussion by thought leaders in software development and open source, including Doug Cutting, (Hadoop), Neha Narkhede (Kafka), Graeme Rocher (Grails), Guido Van Rossum (Python) and Charles Nutter (JRuby).

  • AR Scavenger Hunt Game – Guests in the Developer Lounge can win money for charity by searching for chess pieces with their phone cameras, by downloading a special app. Find the scavenger hunt image and a 3D Java Duke appears on the screen with a quiz on the JavaFX 11 platform. For each correct answer on the scavenger hunt, Oracle will donate money to Iridescent, a science, engineering and technology education nonprofit organization that empowers underrepresented young people to become self-motivated learners, inventors and leaders. A leaderboard in the Oracle Code One Developer Lounge will show the number of players, the number of correct answers and how much money has been raised for Iridescent.

Oracle Code One is also an opportunity for developers to learn about the wide range of open source and open standards which Oracle champions. Since joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation last year, Oracle has continued to advance key serverless and container projects, including announcing new open serverless standard support on its open source Fn Project and critical new features for Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes to address key Kubernetes issues. Oracle  also contributed many of its Kubernetes projects to the open source community, including JenkinsX Supported Cloud Provider for OKE, Flexvolume DriverVolume ProvisionerCloud Controller Manager and Terraform Kubernetes Installer. These announcements follow last year’s announcement that Oracle open sourced several container utilities. For developers working on machine learning, Oracle recently announced that it open sourced GraphPipe, to simplify how enterprises deploy and query machine learning models from any framework. Earlier this year, Oracle also released GraalVM, a polyglot virtual machine to run Java and JVM languages with full support for JavaScript and Node.JS, plus early support for Ruby, Python, R and LLVM bitcode.

In 2019, Oracle will host over 300 events around the world to connect with and educate developers with workshops, sessions and keynotes featuring prominent experts. To learn more about Oracle Developer Events, please visit:

Oracle Cloud Platform Momentum

At last year’s OpenWorld, Oracle announced new integrated cloud offerings that made it easier for developers to leverage transformative technologies and create modern applications. These included the launch of the Oracle Container Native Application Development Platform and the Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, as well as the expansion of the Oracle Mobile Cloud portfolio to include artificial intelligence-powered chatbots.

To accelerate mobile and web application development and deployment, Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Visual Builder Cloud, which enables both business users and developers to build applications with little to no coding. Oracle API Platform Cloud provides full lifecycle API management services. Finally, Oracle Integration Cloud now brings pre-built application integration and process automation to the Oracle Cloud Platform, making the deployment and integration of these applications more seamless than ever.

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About Oracle

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About Oracle Code One

Oracle Code One is the industry’s most inclusive developer conference, featuring a collection of international and local experts and speakers to explore the latest in developer technologies, languages, practices and leading-edge topics. Expanded from Oracle’s JavaOne, Oracle Code One brings together extensive technical Java content and numerous keynotes, sessions and workshops across 11 tracks covering a wide range of topics from chatbots, microservices, AI, and blockchain to languages such as Go, Rust, Python, JavaScript, SQL, and R. For more information, to register or to watch Oracle Code One keynotes, sessions and more, visit Join the Oracle Code One discussion on Twitter.

About Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle OpenWorld, the industry’s most important business and technology conference for the past 20 years, hosts tens of thousands of in-person attendees as well as millions online. Dedicated to helping businesses leverage Cloud for their innovation and growth, the conference delivers deep insight into industry trends and breakthroughs driven by technology. With hundreds of demos and hands-on labs, plus exhibitions from more than 400 partners and customers from around the world, Oracle OpenWorld has become a showcase for leading cloud technologies, from Cloud Applications to Cloud Platform and Infrastructure. For more information; to register; or to watch Oracle OpenWorld keynotes, sessions, and more, visit Join the Oracle OpenWorld discussion on Twitter.

Future Product Disclaimer

The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, timing, and pricing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products may change and remains at the sole discretion of Oracle Corporation.

Forward-Looking Statements Disclaimer

Statements in this article relating to Oracle’s future plans, expectations, beliefs, and intentions are “forward-looking statements” and are subject to material risks and uncertainties. Such statements are based on Oracle’s current expectations and assumptions, some of which are beyond Oracle’s control. All information in this article is current as of October 16, 2018 and Oracle undertakes no duty to update any statement in light of new information or future events.


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