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Community Day  

Back by popular demand this pre-conference day is all about you, connections, exchanging of experiences and ideas. The Community Day (formerly known as SDN Day) welcomes not only the SAP Developer Network's technologists and Business Process Expert Communities business process professionals but also embraces members of ASUG and DSUG as well as other regional SAP user communities in a vibrant day of face-to-face collaboration. [more]

Links to other Community Days

Community Day Las Vegas October 1st
Community Day Munich October 16th

SUBMISSIONS ARE CLOSED, SCHEDULE IS ARRANGED. THERE IS STILL A CHANCE (small one) OF DOING A SPONTANEOUS SESSION THE DAY OF THE EVENT. 

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BOF Topic

Track

Host

1

Creating a global online community culture

All

Mark Finnern, Marilyn Pratt

2

Secure Bidding Data through Simultaneous Login Encryption.

All

Jenish V Joy,
Mohammed Anzy S

3

Interesting Business Scenarios and Challenges in SCM-APO

All

Somnath Manna

 

 

 

 


SDN and BPX FORUMs: Learning by Solving Problems.

All

Darshan Patel

5

Everything you ever wanted to know about NetWeaver Development but where afraid to ask. Come armed with your questions and get real, technical answers - no marketing people allowed! (smile)

SDN

Thomas Jung

6

E2E Root Cause Analysis

SDN

Raguraman C

7

The recipe to cook up the perfect composite soup, In this session I'll discuss the process, methodologies and best practices for a SAP Netweaver based composite application development from the specification till the packaging phase with relevant examples and experiences from real-life composite development projects, which will help SAP partners and customers to model and develop composites

All

Dipankar Saha

8


Process Classification Frameworks and their applicability to the SOA Space

BPX

Arun Varadarajan

9

What should we do next with the BPX community ; what is missing.. brainstorm session

BPX

Marco ten Vaanholt

IBM Track

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BOF Topic

Host

1

Linux Cluster for a BW
Hey we talk about those clusters for a long time. This class (hands on for two hours - no surrender style) is meant for those who would like to kick tires to a different way. You are not a DB2 person ? No matter - swing on in and try the cluster out including smart technologies like MDC, MQT and else - I love those three letter acronyms. (and if you survive this class you get tips and tricks for my battlezone which is cool as ever).

Boris Bialek

2

Virtualized Linux with DB2
Everybody talks about Virtualization and things like Vmware or Xen come up as buzz words but what can and can not be done today ?
This session in more or less round table format (well - I have slides but we do not go over them) should allow a broad discussion and exchange from experiences in the SAP deployment space.  And before I forget - all goes - no marketing welcome.

Boris Bialek

RIA Innovation Track

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BOF Topic

Host

1

SAP and Adobe Flex : Building rich user experiences in business applications.

Prayank Swaroop

2

Interactive Forms: Building dynamic PDF forms - collecting information by emailing PDF forms

Prayank Swaroop

3

Twitter meets Netweaver

Craig Cmehil

4

Jazz up your xMII UIs using Flex

Abesh Bhattacharjee

5

FLOB: Flex on BSP

Thomas Jung

BOF Sessions (from Wikipedia):
Birds of a Feather: This idiom is a shortening of the proverb "Birds of a
feather flock together.", meaning that people (birds) of the same kind or
interest (of a common feather) enjoy spending time (flocking) together. This
proverb is believed to date back as far as Greek and Roman times, but has become
commonly used as jargon by various groups since the nineteenth century. In the
world of computing, BoF (Birds Of a Feather) can refer to: An informal
discussion group. Unlike Special Interest Groups or Working groups, BoFs
are informal and often formed in an ad-hoc manner. The acronym is used by
the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to denote initial meetings of members
interested in a particular issue. A BoF session, an informal meet-up at
conferences, where the attendees group together based on a shared interest and
carry out discussions without any pre-planned agenda.

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