10 Oracle Predictions for Developers in 2019

Interested in the new AI, cloud-native, and blockchain trends for Groundbreakers? Check out Oracle’s 10 Predictions for Developers and see how these forces will play out in the year ahead.

10 Oracle Predictions for Developers in 2019

Developers should be burning with excitement about the opportunities ahead in 2019, with technologies such as blockchain, chatbots, and machine learning becoming mature enough for real-world projects. Here are 10 developer predictions related to how those forces will play out in the year ahead.


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Mohammad Ahmed, Cloud Native & Integration Specialist, Oracle. DISCLAIMER: "The views expressed here are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle."