Oracle Digital Assistant Tutorials and Hands-on by Frank Nimphius

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Today, Oracle Digital Assistant product management has launched a new public Website to share tutorials and training materials with bot developers. The new website is hosted on GitHub and can be accessed by anyone. Releasing tutorials and trainings on GitHub also is an invitation to the Oracle Digital Assistant developer community to contribute with their own tutorials on Oracle Digital Assistant. You can access the all new Oracle TechExchange – Oracle Digital Assistant Tutorials and Hands-on site from the link below.

http://bit.ly/ODAEnablement

Oracle TechExchange was launched as a blog in 2017 (https://blogs.oracle.com/mobile/tech-exchange) and since then provides Oracle chatbot developers with technical information, hints and tips beyond the official product documentation. In an effort to do more, Oracle Digital Assistant product management launched this new web site to share additional hands-on focused content. The plan for the Oracle TechExchange tutorial and training site is to frequently release new tutorials addressing new product features, as well as topics frequently requested by the Oracle Digital Assistant developer community. This new site is in addition to the Oracle TechExchange blog, which remains as an independent blog page and the go-to page for advanced information about Oracle Digital Assistant. Get the tutorials here.

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