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  • October 30, 2011

OTN Developer Day: Rich Enterprise Applications

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Get Hands-on with Oracle Jdeveloper, Oracle Application Developer
Framework and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g.
You are invited to attend Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Developer Day,
a free, hands-on workshop that will give you insight into how to create
Ajax-enabled rich Web user interfaces and Java EE-based SOA services
with ease.
We'll introduce you to the development platform Oracle is using for its
Fusion enterprise applications, and show you how to get up to speed with
it. The workshop will get you started developing with the latest
versions of Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF 11g, including the
Ajax-enabled ADF Faces rich client components, Oracle WebCenter and
Oracle BPM.

Tuesday November 1, 2011

8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.

Hilton Anaheim

777 Convention Way

Anaheim, CA 92802

This workshop is designed for developers, project managers, and
architects. Whether you are currently using Java, traditional 4GL tools
like Oracle Forms, PeopleTools, and Visual Basic, or just looking for a
better development platform - this session is for you. Get explanation
from Oracle experts, try your hands at actual development. Come see how
Oracle can help you deliver cutting edge UIs and standard -based
applications faster with the Oracle Fusion Development software stack.

At this event you will:

  • Get to know the Oracle Fusion development architecture and strategy from Oracle's experts.
  • Learn the easy way to extend your existing development skill
    sets to incorporate new technologies and architectures that include
    Service-Oriented Architecture, Java EE, and Web 2.0
  • Participate in hands-on labs and experience new technologies in a
    familiar and productive development environment with Oracle experts
Click on the Register Now Anaheim, CA to register for the FREE event.
Don't miss your exclusive opportunity to network with your peers and
discuss today's most vital application development topics with Oracle

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