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Expanding Series of Global Events Puts Oracle Developers Front and Center
In 2013, Oracle is increasing the number of events designed specifically for developers, offering hands-on skills development, insight into the latest technological developments, and important networking opportunities with peers and Oracle experts.
Key events include the Oracle Technology Network Developer Day series, global editions of the JavaOne conference, and Kscope13.
"Developers are the backbone of everything we do," says Willie Hardie, vice president, Oracle Database product management. "We want to celebrate their work—and provide tools to help them be as successful as possible in their jobs and careers."
Oracle Technology Network Developer Days
At the free, daylong Developer Days workshops, attendees get in-depth, hands-on experience working with Oracle experts and peers. Many also walk away with a fully functional VirtualBox-based software appliance for continued learning.
"Developer Days are all about taming that learning curve and reaching the next level in technical knowledge," says Hardie.
Tracks at Oracle Technology Network Developer Days include
JavaOne: Global Editions
- Enterprise Java development with Java EE, GlassFish, and Oracle WebLogic Server
- Oracle Application Development Framework and Oracle Fusion Middleware development
- Java development with Java SE 7 and JavaFX 2.0
- Database application development with Oracle Database
- Database application development with MySQL
- System administration with Oracle Linux or Oracle Solaris
In addition to the global JavaOne conference in San Francisco September 22–26, developers can attend more intimate, two-day JavaOne events, including editions in Moscow, Russia (April 23–24) and Hyderabad, India (May 8–9).
These two-day events include keynotes, technical sessions, hands-on labs, product demos, and tracks focused on
- The core Java platform
- JavaFX and rich user experiences
- Java EE, Web services, and the cloud
- Java ME, Java Embedded, and Java Card
Database developers should also consider Kscope13. Hosted by the Oracle Development Tools User Group (ODTUG) in New Orleans June 23–27, the conference attracts "some of the smartest people on the planet working in the Oracle stack," says Hardie.
This year, the Oracle Database track will focus on
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- Design and data modeling, including online transaction processing, online analytical processing, and data warehousing
- Maintenance, including performance, tuning, and upgrading