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You came up with some exciting sessions for this Friday's SAP Inside Track Palo Alto. Here is the lineup.
We are almost at capacity, but if you hurry you may still be able to join. Please RSVP now. 

Let's repeat the great time we had at last year's SAP Inside Track Palo Alto and get together for a day of unconference style sessions at the SAP Campus in Palo Alto. It is like a local Community Day/Hacker's Night/Process Jam all wrapped into one. With executive keynotes, break out sessions, panels and an evening reception with games. 

It is where the SAP community of and beyond Silicon Valley comes alive.

  • Where SAP Building 1, 3410 Hillview Avenue Palo Alto Executive Briefing Center (EBC). See map and driving instructions below.
  • When Friday April 30th 2010
  • Time 8:30am - 6pm  including an evening reception. (pub meet the evening before?)
  • How/What Community provided sessions from passionate SCN members, executive keynote and panels. 
  • How much is it? Free. 
  • Participation: Max 100 participants locally. Please RSVP http://bit.ly/byHBze

The event is only going to be as good as you make it. When filling out the RSVP please think whether you can hold a session and add it to your registration:
RSVPhttp://bit.ly/byHBze 

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It is going to be epic (which is the new cool)

Check out the SCN Community Day Blogs Category.

Agenda (after keynote in three breakout rooms 1,2,3): 

Time 

Tracks

8:30-9:00AM

Breakfast

9:00-9:10AM

Introduction Mark Finnern Chief Community Evangelist SAP, Mark Yolton Senior Vice President SAP Community Network 

9:10-9:50AM

  1. Experience Oriented Architecture by Matthias Zeller and Steven Webster, Adobe.
  2. Meeting Business Expectations in BI by Hari Guleria, HCL-AXON.
  3. Enterprise Compensation Management by Tom Nguyen, Independent.

9:50-10:05AM

Break

10:05-10:55AM

  1. FPM in Web Dynpro ABAP by Harald Reiter, SSIP.
  2. Leveraging Analysis Authorizations to build a scalable BW security Model by Gokul Muthuswamy, Smart Modular Technologies.

10:55-11:05PM

Break

11:05-12:00PM

1.  New Mobility Models, Convergence and Augmented Reality on Mobile Devices by Kevin Benedict, Netcentric Strategies
2.  SAP runs SAP by Martin Lang, SAP.
3.  SAP Infocube Optimization by Hari Guleria, HCL-AXON.

12:00-1:00PM

Lunch

1:00-2:00PM

Keynote by Marge Breya executive vice president and general manager of the Solutions Group at SAP AG
Connect to:  https://sap.na.pgiconnect.com/sapitpa3/

2:00-2:30PM

Break
1.Sustainability, SAP, and the SAP Community Network by Jeremiah Stone, SAP.

2:30-3:30PM

  1. Enterprise Portal 2.0 by Harald Reiter, SSIP.
  2. Consumption Strategy by Kaj van de Loo and team, SAP.
  3. Behind the Scenes of Best-Built Applications Guidelines by Joerg Nalik, SAP.

3:30-4:15PM

Break

4:15-5:00PM

Executive Panel

5:00-6:00PM

Reception

Here some quotes from last year's participants:

  • I made a lot of new contacts and really benefited from the event. Mathias Zeller Adobe
  • A very enjoyable and informative experience. Great to meet other community members face to face to share experiences. Very informative to see the future direction of SAP and cutting edge developments. Robert Leathem ARM.com
  • Loved the way the panel was setup - new and refreshing with plenty of interaction with the audience. Met some old friends and made new ones - community at it's best. Many thanks to everyone involved in creating this event. Harald Reiter SSIP.com
  • The biggest value of the day was meeting new people that I will get to know much better.  Steve Bang SAP
  • Enjoyed the after-panel discussions that took place during the evening reception. Anne Hardy SAP
  • A good choice of getting SAP information out to the customers. A few of the presenters had to skip through the presentations due to time constraint. The meeting overall was very good and the cost was perfect. A great meeting to network with the presenters and peers.  Regards, Martin Garza ASUG N. California Chapter Chair   
  • This event provides a great base to not only know what is going on around in SAP and related technologies but what are partners and customers doing in the field. Jay Kapadia Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd.
  • Great event. Again, these are the type of events that bring the right people together. If the goal is networking or just get knowledge via sessions, this is just the right event at a PERFECT price! I would come back at any time. Leonardo De Araujo Beyond Technologies.
  • There was solid content and the speakers sometimes seemed to need to rush to fit in all the excellent info they had to pass along; to avoid this, I would suggest making the more technical sessions longer (e.g. a full hour, or break them into 2-part sessions).  Incidentally, when my partners asked if I would repeat despite the travel distance, I told them 'absolutely.' Mark Smithson SUSG.com
  • I really enjoyed the SAP Inside Track Palo Alto 2009 . It is a great opportunity to learn new fields and receive fresh and trendy information. SAP Inside Track has a great advantage to have a very flexible format (location, duration of the sessions ). The Panel where our leaders have stated their vision of the future and IT trends has been a great moment of the day. Jean-Francois Maitrot SAP
  • It was a great event. Hope to see similar events more frequently. Anand Bhambure Lam Research

FROM THE NORTH:
Taking 101 South (towards San Jose):
Take the Embarcadero/Oregon Expressway exit and follow the signs to Oregon Expressway - West
Stay on Oregon Expressway for approximately 2.2 miles to El Camino Real. Stay on Oregon Expressway as it crosses El Camino Real. As Oregon Expressway crosses El Camino Real, its name changes to Page Mill Road
Continue on Page Mill Road approximately 1.7 miles. Turn Left onto Foothill Expressway
Continue on Foothill Expressway for approximately 0.5 miles
At the stoplight at Hillview Ave make a right
For Building 1: go approximately 0.2 miles and make a right at 3410 Hillview Ave
Taking 280 South (towards San Jose):
Take the Page Mill Road exit and at the end of the off-ramp turn left onto Page Mill Road going east
Stay on Page Mill Road for approximately 1.4 miles until you reach Foothill Expressway
Turn Right onto Foothill Expressway
Continue on Foothill Expressway for approximately 0.5 miles
At the stoplight at Hillview Ave make a right
For Building 1: go approximately 0.2 miles and make a right at 3410 Hillview Ave
 

FROM THE SOUTH:
Taking 101 North (towards San Francisco):
Take the Embarcadero/Oregon Expressway exit and follow the signs to Oregon Expressway - West
Stay on Oregon Expressway for approximately 2.2 miles to El Camino Real. Stay on Oregon Expressway as it crosses El Camino Real. As Oregon Expressway crosses El Camino Real, its name changes to Page Mill Road
Continue on Page Mill Road approximately 1.7 miles. Turn Left onto Foothill Expressway
Continue on Foothill Expressway for approximately 0.5 miles
At the stoplight at Hillview Ave make a right
For Building 1: go approximately 0.2 miles and make a right at 3410 Hillview Ave
Taking 280 North (towards San Francisco):
Take the Page Mill Road exit and at the end of the off-ramp bear to the right to merge onto Page Mill Road going east
Stay on Page Mill Road for approximately 1.4 miles until you reach Foothill Expressway
Turn Right onto Foothill Expressway
Continue on Foothill Expressway for approximately 0.5 miles
At the stoplight at Hillview Ave make a right

For Building 1: go approximately 0.2 miles and make a right at 3410 Hillview Ave

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