Oracle's .NET development community numbers over 800,000 members. With Oracle's extensive support, Visual Studio developers can take full advantage of database and application server technologies, such as performance self-tuning, Real Application Clusters, messaging, and simplified management of advanced data types, such as XML, SecureFiles, and user-defined types. All this at no cost! At the OTN .NET Developer Center, both beginner and advanced .NET programmers can enhance their Oracle skills through step-by-step tutorials, technical articles, white papers, and videos.
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Oracle Openworld: Download .NET Slide Decks
Visit the Oracle Openworld 2017 .NET and Windows Slide Deck download page to download slides covering .NET developer topics such as intro and what's new, best practices for performance, and best practices for high availability.
Production Release: ODAC 12.2c Release 1
ODAC 12.2c Release 1 includes support for Visual Studio 2017, .NET Framework 4.6.2 and 4.7, Database Resident Connection Pooling, and pooling support for pluggable databases and Edition-Based Redefinition. All ODAC installation types and components are available, including Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio.
Statement of Direction: ODP.NET on Microsoft .NET Core
Oracle outlines its planned support for Microsoft .NET Core in this statement of direction.
Connecting .NET and Visual Studio to the Oracle Database Cloud Service
Learn how to connect your .NET applications and Visual Studio to Oracle Database as a Service, including the new Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service. These step by step tutorials will show how easy it is to use ODP.NET and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio with the Oracle Database Cloud.
Oracle .NET Videos
Learn more about developing Oracle Database applications on .NET and Visual Studio on YouTube.