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  • April 20, 2018

Who Wants Awesome Free Webinars?

Brandye Barrington
Sr. Program Manager

Do you want the opportunity to learn more about Oracle technologies? Check out these free webinars on everything from MySQL to Oracle Database, to Peoplesoft. Led by Oracle Experts, these webinars provide insight into and best practices on some of Oracle's most valuable products. A new webinar is typically offered a couple of times each quarter at two different times so you can choose the time that suits you best. A replay link is sent to registrants after the live event. 

Below are links to replays of the webinars that have been delivered so far in 2018. Don't wait for the next replay to be released, hoping you stumble upon it. Follow us on FacebookTwitter, LinkedIn, or Google+ to learn when the next event is scheduled (HINT: new webinar coming in June!) Get the benefit of attending these events live. Receive expert answers to your burning questions. 

Also explore the learning subscriptions associated with some of these technologies. Learning subscriptions deliver 12 months of 24/7 access to continually updated digital training. Some product learning subscriptions also contain integrated certification, allowing you to take certification exams at no additional cost.

MySQL memory, Valiables and Status with Bill Millar, January 17, 2018

Oracle MySQL Learning Subscription


Oracle Database Application Containers with Joel Goodman, February 8, 2018

Oracle Database Upgrade Learning Subscription

Oracle JD Edwards: A Year in Review and Look Ahead with Senior Vice President Lyle Ekdahl, January 25, 2018
Extending Your Business Value on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2, April 3, 2018

PeopleSoft Today: The Past, the Present, and the Future of PeopleSoft - February 21, 2018

Oracle PeopleSoft PeopleTools Learning Subscription

Simplify and Save with Oracle E-Business Suite - March 15, 2018

Oracle E-Business Suite Learning Subscription

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