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Last chance to take on the Java IoT Developer Challenge

May 27, 2014

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Competition winner will receive a trip to JavaOne 2014 in San Francisco, California

Dubai, U.A.E: The Java Internet of Things (IoT) Challenge is still underway and Oracle is on the lookout foravid developers to submit their entries by 30 May 2014 latest for a chance to win a trip to JavaOne 2014, in San Francisco, California.

Sponsored by Oracle Technology Network (OTN) and Oracle Academy, the challenge is a global online competition open to developers who create applications using Java Embedded with devices, boards and other IoT technologies. The competition has two categories, professional and student, and gives participants the opportunity to show the world their embedded Java plus Internet of Things (IoT) application.

To be in with a chance of winning, participants in either of the two categories must create a well-implemented, innovative and useful application using Java Embedded with devices, boards or other IoT technologies and make a video presenting their projects to be submitted with the code of their working project.

Prizes range from a trip to JavaOne 2014 with a pass to the event plus flight and hotel worth up to $2,000, to laptop computer and one Oracle certificate exam voucher for a total value of $1,500 USD.

Submissions are open until 30 May 2014. For more information and to enter the competition visit  https://www.java.net/challenge

Note: terms and conditions apply.

About Oracle:

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About Oracle Academy:

Oracle Academy provides a complete portfolio of software, curriculum, hosted technology, faculty training, support, and certification resources to secondary and higher education institutions for teaching use. Faculty can insert these resources into computer science and business programs, ensuring that students gain industry-relevant skills prior to entering the workforce. Oracle Academy supports over 2.5 million students in 102 countries.


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