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Women in Technology Program


The Women in Technology program highlights some of the millions of amazing female contributors in the Oracle Technology Network: developers in Java and databases, architects, and system administrators using Oracle technologies and products.

Oracle Technology Network invites women to showcase their work. Learn more about technical topics most in demand and Contact us to discuss interview specifics.

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Women in Oracle Communities


Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders:
Flavia Coelho, Rural Federal University of Semi-arid
Angelika Langer, freelance instructor, coach, and author
Fabiane Bizinella Nardon, Vidatis, a Brazillian Healthcare Information Systems provider 
Regina Ten Bruggencate, Senior Java Developer at iProfs
Clara Ko, Senior Manager  of Software Development at Dorado
Yara Senger, Co-Founder of GlobalCode 

Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Director are known for their strong credentials as Oracle community enthusiasts and advocates:
Barbara Boehmer
Penny Cookson,  Sage Computing Services
Natalie Roman
, iAdvise
Sue Shaw, Cenovus Energy Inc
Padma Ramesh, Tata Consultancy Services
Karen Brownfield, SolutionBeacon.com
Karen Morton, Fidelity Information Services
Kimberly Floss, PepsiCo
Melanie Cameron
, Southwest Windenergy, Inc.
Michelle Malcher Sandra Vucinic, VLAD Group, Inc.
Tracy McMullen
, interRel Consulting

Women in the Java Community Process
are women specification leads working on standards for Java.

 

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