TechCast Live - Java and Oracle, One Year Later (Feb. 15 10am PT)
By CassandraClark-OTN on Feb 09, 2011
Join us for a special live conversation with Ajay Patel, Vice President of Product Development for Application Grid Products and Justin Kestelyn, Director of the Oracle Technology Network. Justin and Ajay will discuss the changes that have come to Java and Oracle since the Sun acquisition, just over a year ago. This live broadcast conversation will include discussion on:
- Highlights, challenges and what we learned over the past year
- The Future of Java and its importance to Oracle and the community
- Oracle's Application Grid product portfolio today
You will also have the chance to submit questions to the speakers live on the show, for real-time feedback by using #techcastlive. If your question is read on air we will send you a Free I am the Future of Java t-shirt*
After you have submitted your question and it is read on the live TechCast held February 15th your shirt should arrive in two to four weeks while supplies last. No purchase, payments, or fees are required to receive the gift. Limit one thank you gift per person, and the offer is available only while supplies last. Oracle reserves the right to modify or terminate this offer at any time, for any reason. This offer is not available to Oracle employees or residents of countries subject to U.S. embargo (including Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria). Due to Federal Government regulations, this offer is not available to Federal Government customers. Those residing in India or Brazil will be given a substitute gift as we can not ship t-shirts to your country.
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