About Oracle Technology Network (OTN)

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    The Oracle Technology Network's mission is to evangelise, advocate for, and expand the community of technologists who work with Oracle products and technologies to design, develop, and deploy technical solutions. We've grown to be the most comprehensive technical community by fostering engagement at the intersection of Oracle and industry standard technologies. We are host to millions of developers, admins, and architects: membership is free and you can join simply by clicking the "Log In" link in the top right of https://community.oracle.com

    Also visit the Oracle Technology Network website, which is the portal for all Oracle technical content. In addition, The Oracle Technology Network offers a range of programs to support the community including:

    The Oracle Ace Program -- Our flagship advocacy program for our most engaged and influential community members. Learn more about the ACE program at: www.oracle.com/technetwork/community/oracle-ace/

    The Java Champion Program -- This is a community of Java community leaders. Learn more about Java Champions at: https://java-champions.java.net/

    The Virtual Technology Summit program -- This is a virtual event series that brings ACEs, Java Champions, and Oracle product leaders together to share hands-on-technical content with the community. Learn more about the Virtual Technology Summit at Oracle Code Online (coming soon)

    Oracle Technology Network Social Channels
    Java [ Java blog / @java on Twitter / ILoveJava on Facebook / Google+ / Java YouTube channel ]
    Architect [ OTN ArchBeat podcast / @OTNArchBeat on Twitter / OTN ArchBeat on Facebook / Google+ ]
    Systems [ OTN Systems Hub Blog / @OTNSystemsHub on Twitter / OTN Systems Hub on Facebook / OTN Systems Hub on YouTube]
    Database [ @OTNDBDev on Twitter / Oracle DB Developers on Facebook / OTN Database channel onYouTube ]

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