JavaOne Event Expands with More Tracks, Languages, Communities–and New Name

The JavaOne conference is expanding to create a new, bigger event that’s inclusive to more languages, technologies, and developer communities. Expect more talks on Go, Rust, Python, JavaScript, and R along with more of the great Java technical content that developers have come to expect. We’re calling the new event Oracle Code One, October 22 to 25 at Moscone West in San Francisco.

Oracle Code One will include a Java technical keynote with the latest information on the Java platform from the architects of the Java team. It will also have the latest details on Java 11, advances in OpenJDK, and other core Java development. We are planning dedicated tracks for server-side Java EE technology including Jakarta EE (now part of the Eclipse Foundation), Spring, and the latest advances in Java microservices and containers. Also, we’re planning a wealth of community content on client development, JVM languages, IDEs, test frameworks, and so on.

As we expand, developers can also expect additional leading-edge topics such as chatbots, microservices, AI, and blockchain. There will also be sessions around our modern open source developer technologies including Oracle JET, the Fn Project, and OpenJFX.

Finally, one of the things that will continue to make this conference so great is the breadth of community-run activities such as Oracle Code4Kids workshops for young developers, IGNITE lightning talks run by local JUG leaders, and an array of technology demos and community projects showcased in the Developer Lounge. Expect a grand finale with the Developer Community Keynote to close out this week of fun, technology, and community.

Today, we are launching the call for papers for Oracle Code One and you can apply now to be part of any of the 11 tracks of content for Java developers, database developers, full stack developers, DevOps practitioners, and community members.  

I hope you are as excited about this expansion of JavaOne as I am and will join me at the inaugural year of Oracle Code One!

Please submit your abstracts here for consideration:


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