By Larry Wake-Oracle on Feb 09, 2015
If you're familiar with the Oracle Technology Network's Virtual Sysadmin Days that have been held in the past, you know a bit about what this is about: a series of hands-on, proctored labs brought straight to your desktop on the web.
But did you know they've expanded in scope? Of particular interest to enterprise developers is that this time around, there's a track aimed straight at you.
This Wednesday, February 11th, Oracle will be holding a Virtual Technology Summit, and one of the tracks is on Oracle Solaris Studio. That means you can go through a live, hands-on exercise with experts standing by to help you out, from the comfort of your home, office, or coffeehouse -- anywhere you can sit down and connect up.
Of note in this session: hands-on experience with the Code Analyzer for software analysis, and the Performance Analyzer for optimizing application performance.
Just as before, this event is free, although you do need to register, and there is some prep work you need to do beforehand, including downloading a virtual image. Rick Ramsey explains what you need to know and do at the OTN Garage blog.
This day's event will run from 9 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific time, but click through to the registration page to see upcoming event dates that will run at times that may be more appropriate for your location (or circadian rhythms).
(By the way: not a C, C++ or Fortran kind of developer? Check out the parallel tracks on database, middleware and Java.)
Sign up now and start your prework, and join us on Wednesday!
Oracle Technology Network
Virtual Technology Summit
Wednesday February 11, 2015
9:00am (PST) / 12:30pm (EST)