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OTN Yathra (Technology Conference) 2013 is here !!!

The Oracle ACE directors and Java champions are organizing an evangelist event called ‘OTNYathra 2013’ between 15th and 27th February 2013 across cities in India. The event is sponsored by the Oracle Technology Network. This yathra or tour will be a series of 6 conferences across 6 major cities in a time period of 2 weeks. There are some ADF Sessions as well, as part of this great event.

Program dates and cities
  • 16th Feb @ Delhi 
  • 18th Feb @ Mumbai 
  • 20th Feb @ Pune 
  • 22nd Feb @ Bangalore 
  • 25th Feb @ Hyderabad 
  • 27th Feb @ Chennai 
Don't miss this event, its truly amazing!
More details (speakers, topics, venue, date and time) can be found here:
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