The sixth Australian SAP Inside Track (formerly known as SDN Community Day) is a not-to-be-missed event for all SAP Community members down-under.
The session is a kick-start for the 2011 Mastering SAP Technologies conference but is open to all - whether you are attending the conference or not.
- Date: Sunday, 20th March 2011
- Time: 13:00 until 16:00. Informal meet-ups and networking continue afterwards - and don't forget Demo Jam starts at 18:00
- Location: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
- Sessions: 3 to 4 parallel sessions
- Cost: No cost - open to all SAP Community Network members
- Twitter hashtag #SITSYD
Thank you to all to attended and participated in the best Aussie Inside Track ever! You can find a rundown of SITSYD at http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/pub/wlg/24012
Please add your details if you are intending to come - if you don't know how to do this just contact Graham Robbo and he will do it for you. (Photos are optional - if you can't add one just put in your name)
|Picture||Name/Profile||Twitter ID||Picture||Name/Profile||Twitter ID|
|Graham Robinson||@grahamrobbo||Tony de Thomasis||@c821311|
|Matt Harding||@mattharding||Thomas Jung||@thomas_jung|
|Ed Herrmann||@ewH||Anne Kathrine Petterøe||@yojibee|
|Kevin Benedict||@krbenedict||Sue Keohan||@skeohan|
|Jim Spath||@jspath55||Nigel James||@njames|
|Martin English||@martin_english||Alisdair Templeton||@alisdair73|
|Chris Paine||@wombling||Simon Kemp||@skemp|
|Neil Gardiner||@TonkaPome||Doug Hay||@doug_hay|
|Sophie Sipsma|| @ssipsma
|Paul Hawking||Joshua Fletcher||@josh_fletcher|
|Sasha Wenninger||@sufw|| Peter Chapman
|David Weeda||Ronald Kleijn||
|Alex Montilla||Rohit Nangia|
| Anirut Worakitrungruang
|Glen Simpson||Derek Gillett|
|Margaret Jaco||Glen Spalding|
|Tom Hallett||John Moy||@jhmoy|
| David Webster
| Leo Ng
| Alastair McRobb
|John Soden|| @weavescape
Your session contribution is at the core of SAP Inside Track. So if you think about hosting a session, please let us know by submitting your session idea to the wiki page or emailing to Graham Robinson.
It doesn't have to be a well prepared classroom-style PowerPoint presentation. In fact we would prefer it if it is a more open, improvised and collaborative discussion session to draw out the ideas and experiences of others. We usually collect all submissions and then run the ones that the audience show a preference for on the day.
|1||Common Web Dynpro ABAP issues and how to work around them||If you work in the Web Dynpro ABAP space, then chances are you've read the WDA forum. I do - in the last year I've done it lots. And there are plenty of little things that come up over and over again. Some are inane - the ubiquitous "why can't I read this binary Excel file in WDA", but others are more sensible - passing parameters between application, getting around the lack of Exit plugs in the portal, launching a GUI transaction from WDA, etc. A discussion of a list of these issues, (I'll bring a list, but please feel free to add to it on the day) and what are "best practice" for resolving them.||Chris Paine|
|2||POWL - use and abuse||Personal Object Work List, Power List, Power Work List, what ever you want to call it, it's getting used more. How should we use it and how should we not use it - what design patterns fit - and which ones don't. Possibly some agreement on where it should be used. (N.B. I'm not claiming to be an expert on this - that's for Thomas ;-) but I'm happy to lead any discussion.||Chris Paine|
|3||Code Exchange - making the most of it||A discussion on some of the "best" submissions in code exchange - working on a community project and how to keep abreast of what is happening in this space, potentially looking at ABAP2XLSX and so on.||???|
|4||Mobile SAP||Sybase, REST, Gateway, ATOM, JSON, OData - For some it's a brave new world - for others, SAP is finally starting to keep up. What do these mean, and why should we use some over others? Why not just use Matt Harding and Alisdair Templeton's "Really Simple" framework? A discussion!|| Peter Chapman
|5||Running SAP on Amazon Web Services|| The Cheapest and Most Flexible SAP Infrastructure Ever!
SAP itself has over 1000 systems running on a third-party web service
See how you can leverage Amazon Web Services to build multiple SAP Landscapes "in the cloud".
See how you can quickly and easily provision SAP systems for your enterprise at an unbelievably low cost.
See why third-party web services are such a "game changer".
As an extra bonus you will walk away with your own copy of the SAP ECC6 IDES and SAP Developer Edition systems ready to be deployed in minutes.
|6|| Workflow BoF
|| A Birds-of-a-Feather session for Workflow enthusiasts. Covert members of the SAP Workflow Influence Team will rock your world and take your questions. Be there!
|| Sue Keohan
|7||BusinessObjects Overview||Showcasing the BusinessObjects platform and various components. Happy to deliver as a Q&A style session.||Josh Fletcher|
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