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Oracle Getting New San Francisco Offices For Public Cloud Products

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Software giant Oracle is getting new offices in San Francisco, where the company says it will be working on public cloud product development. Peter S Magnusson will take charge of Oracle’s engineering expansion throughout San Francisco and Silicon Valley, including Santa Clara, Redwood Shores, and Berkeley in California, as well as Boulder Creek, Colorado, and Seattle, Washington. International development centers are being expanded in Bristol, UK as well as Cape Town, South Africa. The company says it aims to hire creative engineers, so check out their Careers if you are looking for work.

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