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Free Virtual Developer Day – Oracle Fusion Development


Free Virtual Developer Day – Oracle Fusion Development

Join a free online developer day where you can learn about the various components that make up the Oracle Fusion Development platform including ADF, ADF Mobile, Oracle WebCenter, Business Intelligence and more. Online seminars and hands-on labs available directly from your browser. Register now and join on March 5th.

Interested in getting hands-on with Oracle ADF?  Join virtual event for EMEA on 5 March http://bit.ly/YDET3Z

EMEA Developers? Free virtual event Tues, Mar 5 #Oracle ADF & Fusion Development. Live chats w/ tech staff http://bit.ly/YDET3Z

Speak to #Oracle experts about Mobile Application Development with #ADF Mobile. http://bit.ly/YDET3Z Free virtual event 5 Mar

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