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· Integrate Frequently Asked Questions in Oracle Digital Assistant Oracle Digital Assistant provides two options for implementing frequently asked questions: Q&A intents and Q&A framework. To follow these hands-on instructions—and figure out which one better serves your needs—you need a trial or paid instance of Oracle Digital Assistant 19.4.1 or later. Sign up for a free trial at cloud.oracle.com.

· Install Oracle Java in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Oracle Java, a widely adopted and proven Java Development Kit, is now included with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure subscriptions at no extra cost. Here, discover how to install Oracle Java on Oracle Linux running in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure compute shape by using RPM’s available yum servers. Try it for free with Oracle Cloud Free Tier.

· Kubernetes-Hungry Businesses Recruit to Fill Skills Gaps Developers with cloud native skills are in high demand. That much was very clear at this year’s KubeCon San Diego, a convention around the open source Kubernetes cloud orchestration platform. But “the skills gap will continue to widen. You can’t fill it with people, because there’s not enough people,” says Bob Quillin, vice president of developer relations for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. What should companies do about it?

· How Oracle’s Digital Assistant Is Smarter than Amazon’s

· Learn Java Fundamentals in Five Weeks (MOOC)

· Try Cloud Test Drive (GitHub)

· Add Books by Oracle ACEs to Your Library

· Oracle Container Runtime for Docker Release 19.03

· GraalVM 19.3 with JDK 11 Support

· Complexity Revisited: Software and Safety

· Build, Test, and Deploy Applications on Oracle Cloud—for Free

· Tech Dive: A Podcast on Kubernetes and Beyond

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