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Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Virtual Developer Day



Extract from the announcement page

Join this FREE virtual event to learn a simpler and faster way to create better mobile and web applications. Whether you'remodern Web applications or on-device mobile apps for iOS and Android, we have you covered. Live online chats with Oracle will be available throughout the event to answer your questions.

Join and learn how Oracle ADF and Oracle ADF Mobile help you develop new and/or extend existing applications to multiple channels including Web and mobile environments. This free virtual event helps new and experienced developers get up to speed on the latest in Oracle ADF and Oracle ADF Mobile. Multiple tracks cover:

  • New developers – Introductory track to Oracle ADF
  • Advanced Oracle ADF developers - Tap into the Advanced ADF Topics track
  • Eclipse developers - Check out the session covering ADF development with Eclipse and Java based mobile development for iOS and Android 
  • Mobile developers – A dedicated track for Oracle ADF Mobile
  • Oracle Forms developer - Check out the Oracle ADF for Oracle Forms Developer session
  • More? Oracle ACE Directors have stepped up to share their real world experiences
More details here :
http://www.oracle.com/us/dm/233020-wwmk12022244mpp045-oem-2032875.html

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