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A Brand New Breed of FREE, Online Events for Oracle Tuxedo Users

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Sorry for the plug, but I'll be giving the keynote at this virtual conference. :-) I would encourage you to register as I believe there will be a lot of new and interesting material covered, as well as some instructional hands on labs. You will be able to download a VirtualBox VM with all the necessary components on it, or run the labs in the Rackspace hosting environment.

One of the labs will be on using TSAM to monitor Tuxedo applications.

Oracle Tuxedo, a strategic component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, has significantly evolved during last several years to meet requirements of today's enterprise applications. With introduction of features such as, native Web services, an extremely easy-to-use new programming model, metadata driven development, support for Python/Ruby programming languages and much more, Oracle Tuxedo provides a complete platform for enterprise application development. How do you keep up with all the advances in Oracle Tuxedo?

Join us at this free, online, multi-language event series to learn how you can get the most out of your existing Tuxedo services and quickly develop new Web applications.

•     Learn new Oracle Tuxedo features from the comfort of your laptop
•     Learn what Python, Ruby, and PHP have to do with Oracle Tuxedo
•     Get Hands-on either locally with VirtualBox or hosted via the Cloud
•     Network Online with Peers, Oracle Tuxedo architects and developers worldwide
•     Live Chat in virtual chatroom
•     Sessions, Labs, and Live Help in LOCAL Language!
•     Post-event access to conference material
•     Cloud Hands on Labs powered by Rackspace

Review the agenda details, dates, and language support options.

Space is limited, so register for this event now!

For information and to register go to: http://www.oracle.com/goto/otnvdd

Regards,
Todd Little
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect