Heather VanCura

Director of the JCP Program

Heather VanCura is Chair and Director of the JCP Program at Oracle. She is a leader of the global community driven adoption through the user group programs. Heather drives the efforts to transform the JCP and broaden participation and diversity in the community. Heather is passionate about Java, women in technology and developer communities, serving as an international speaker and community organizer of developer hack days around the world. Heather enjoys speaking at developer, diversity and open source conferences around the world, such as OSCON, Devoxx, FOSDEM, BuzzWords, Wonder Women Tech, and the JavaOne Conferences. She resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, California USA and enjoys trying new sports and fitness activities in her free time.

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PwC

“Once again Wurreka has knocked it out of the park with interesting speakers, engaging content and challenging ideas. No jetlag fog at all, which counts for how interesting the whole thing was."

Cybersecurity Lead, PwC

Intuit

“Very much looking forward to next year. I will be keeping my eye out for the date so I can make sure I lock it in my calendar."

Software Engineering Specialist, Intuit

GroupOn

“Best conference I have ever been to with lots of insights and information on next generation technologies and those that are the need of the hour."

Software Architect, GroupOn

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Scott Davis

“Happy to meet everyone who came from near and far. Glad to know you've discovered some great lessons here, and glad you joined us for all the discoveries great and small."

Web Architect & Principal Engineer, Scott Davis

Dr. Venkat Subramaniam

“Wonderful set of conferences, well organized, fantastic speakers, and an amazingly interactive set of audience. Thanks for having me at the events!"

Founder of Agile Developer Inc., Dr. Venkat Subramaniam

Oracle Corp.

“What a buzz! The events have been instrumental in bringing the whole software community together. There has been something for everyone from developers to architects to business to vendors. Thanks everyone!"

Voltaire Yap, Global Events Manager, Oracle Corp.