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  • November 9, 2012

Oracle Cloud Hiring Event at Oracle in Redwood on November 9th

Wow, 24 hours to go until Cloud Hire 2012 at Oracle! Friday is going to be a great day for many
looking to make a life and career changing move. In case you haven’t heard, Oracle is hosting
Cloud Hire 2012 this Friday, November 9, at the Oracle Conference Center on our
World Wide Headquarters campus in Redwood Shores. This is a one-of-a-kind event
to be sure and we are still registering online!

We are aggressively expanding our Cloud Development and Product
Management organizations to meet to ever-growing demand for Oracle Cloud. And, from this event alone, we are hoping to
hire 25+ Developers, Inbound and Outbound Product Managers, Technical Leaders
and QA Engineers across several Oracle Cloud groups, including:

· Data and Insight Services: Big Data
as a Service/Business Directory

· Cloud Infrastructure

· Application Marketplace

· Cloud Portal

· Product Management and
Marketing: Outbound/Inbound

· Testing/Quality Assurance

· Cloud Social Platform:
Analytics, Media, Big Data, Text Analytics, High Performance Search,

· Cloud Social Platform - Social
Relationship Management: Mobile Development/Social Network Integrations

Why attend this event? Just
Google Larry Ellison’s 2012 OpenWorld keynote address and you will learn
why! Oracle Cloud is growing every day
and we are scaling, adding new products and revolutionizing and improving all
areas of the Oracle Cloud. There is no
company that can come close to the comprehensive product lineup, services,
capabilities and global reach and delivery of Oracle’s Cloud. This why it is a great time to work for
Oracle: where consistent, stable financial
growth rules and high impact technological advances are occurring every
day.

If you are serious about managing an upward, expansive path in your
career, while staying on the leading edge and making big career impacts, you
should join Oracle.
Whether you want to design
and develop or manage Social, Infrastructure or Applications in the Cloud, you
can do it all at Oracle. 
Whether you’re a Technical Leader, Developer, Architect or Product
Manager/Strategist, we are hiring now! Come
check us out on Friday, November 9 in-person and see why Oracle Cloud is the
place to take your career!

RSVP here: and Learn more about the hiring
teams in attendance here.

Here are just some of the big
things happening on Friday, November 9:

· 830-3pm: Registration/Refreshments,
Oracle Conference Center, 350 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA (free parking)

· 9am – 3pm: Ongoing Hiring Team
Discussions and Product Demos include:

Social Marketing, Social Engagement, Social Monitoring,
Insight / View, KPI Bundles, Business Directory, Virtualization, Messaging, Provisioning,
Cloud Portal

· 10:30am – Speaker: Gopalan
Arun, Vice President, Oracle Cloud Development

Bio: Arun has been with Oracle for 18
years+. He is a testament to the stability and career growth that you can
achieve working for Oracle. Arun began
as a Developer and ascended through several product organizations into key
leadership roles.
Over
his 18 years at Oracle, he has built and shipped many Database and Middleware
products. Arun is one of the founding
members of the Oracle Cloud and currently leads the development of many of the
core infrastructure and developer-facing services of the Oracle Cloud.

Topic: Oracle
Cloud for the Developer

· 1pm – Speaker: Naresh Revanuru, Lead
Architect, Oracle Cloud

Bio: Naresh is currently leading Java, Storage and
Compute services for Oracle Cloud. Naresh also helps drive decisions for broad
based Cloud topics that affect multiple services. http://www.linkedin.com/in/nareshrevanuru

Topic: Oracle Cloud Architectural Overview and
Challenges to Solve

· 1pm-3pm: Ongoing Hiring Team Discussions
and Product Demos


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