Get ready for Oracle PI day 2022 | Hurry up, it doesn’t cost a penny!!! | and you’ll receive the Pi Day 2022 swag kit for free | Pass it on!!!

What is Pi Day?

Pi Day is a not-yet official holiday for nerds. For Oracle, it means one full day of highly technical content and demos for developers like you.

When is Pi Day?

On March 14, 2022, duh! We kick things off in Australia and follow the sun featuring talks in languages wherever it’s sunny and conclude in North America.

Why Attend Pi Day?

Whether you’re a full-stack dev, into DevOps, or analytics, you’ll find a way to as a developer with these hands-on labs and demos.

Maybe AI/ML is your thing? We got you covered with demos that use real NBA data to predict a team’s success based on how often they shoot 3-point shots.

Gaming also plays a huge role on Pi Day. If you’re down to attend talks about Unreal Engine and Kubernetes, or creating your own gaming dashboard, you’re a shoo-in for Pi Day.

Also, Oracle is in partnership with AlmaLinux to sponsor the Pi Day 2022. Yeah, that Linux.


Pi Day features more than 35 sessions in APAC, EMEA, Latam and America. The technical content and demos will be presented by some names you may know in the developer space, including Victor Jakubiuk, Monica Godoy, Matthew Vander Vliet, Tim Graves, Avi Miller, Carrie Nielsen, Arnaud Froidmont, Wojciech Pluta, Mike Durran and more.

And with 24 hours of content, there will also be sessions in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Check the full agenda here


All attendees receive a Pi Day 2022 swag kit. The first 500 participants to sign up for a free-tier trial account for OCI get a bonus gift (and really, what’s Pi Day without surprises?).

What’s it cost?

That’s the thing—nothing. Literally nothing.


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