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Milestones

  • March 2st 2018:                  Kick off
  • July 17th 2018:                    We are starting with the "Call for papers".
  • July 18th 2018:                    Registration  is open for #sitBERN (since 19:45am (CET)                         
  • September 1st 2018:          Agenda fixing for SAPInsideTrack Bern ( Speakers will be informed )
  • September 3rd 2018            Privat Excursion fixing
  • September 7th 2018           
    • SAP Code Jam  HANA Geospatial with (Vitaliy) (Friday 13:00 7.9.2018)  Registration (smile)
  • September 8th 2018:          SAP InsideTrack Bern (Saturday 09:00 8.9.2018)
  • September 8th 2018:         SAP Inside Track for Kids (Saturday 09:00 8.9.2018)
  • September 9th 2018           Privat excursion depending on weather
    • Gruyere:  visit of the old Gruyere castle and lunch in cheese factory - Rainy
    • Lauterbrunnen: Trümmelbachfälle - Ice water from Eiger, Jungfrau and Mönch in one cave.....
    • Beatenberg: Von Dänicken Trail. Great views of Lake Thun and surrounding
    • Niederhorn- Mittel Station:  Lunch at Mittelstation and  walk down the hill to Beatenberg. Great view over Lake Thun and Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau - Sunny
    • Bern Museum Telecommunication:
    • Bern Gurten: 
    • Bienz Ballenberg: Outdoor Museum in a great surrounding on the end / beginn of the Brienzer Lake
      • Meetingpoint Bibliotheque Guisanplatz. On the other side of the Novotel
      • http://www.Ballenberg.ch
      • 10:00 we will start
      • Transport by Cars. We will check at 10:00 who is driver or  navigator


Here we are .. back again: 
  The 2018 edition of "SAP Inside Track in Bern" 
  will be on September 8th 2018 (Saturday)

SAP Inside Track Bern / September 8th 2018 

What

What is an SAPInsideTrack?

An SAP Inside Track is a community event, open for all people from the SCN-Community  (Customers, Consultants and Freelancers). 
No matter if you are a developer, business consultant or an architect.
The event is fully organized by peers from the community.. and YOU are able to influence the agenda.

Have a look at all the review blogs of previous SAPInsideTracks 2016 to get into the right mood.. and register yourself afterwards.

Use hash tag  #sitBERN on Twitter to share ideas. Spread the news and follow the updates!

When

Saturday, September 8th 2018        
Registration opens at 09:00
Sessions start at  10:00  and end at approx.  17:00
We are going to have a chill-in and chill-out in a local pub the evening before and after.  Stay tuned

Where

Switzerland: Bern, Switzerland (Kanton Bern)
Location:  Post Finance Headquarter in Bern  

(just a 2 minute-walk from tram and bus station Bern Guisanplatz Expo, easy to reach with rapid transit from Bern Main Station (9 -11 minutes ride))

More details will follow... about parking suggestions

Who

For SCN community members (both consultants and customers) who want to share or catch-up on their knowledge.

      • Share what you love by holding a session.
      • Be curious to hear about new things & new insights and participate.

Speaker and Demo track

  • we are planing 2 parallel Tracks (smile)

 

Session suggestions (Call for Papers:   #EarlyBird (open)   #LateBird (open)

Here YOU have the chance to add value and pay forward: host a session at SAP Inside Track in Bern. 
Share your experience and/or initiate a discussion and take new insights back home. Please note that all sessions are supposed to last at most 30 minutes! If your session is shorter, you don't need to blow it up, please feel free to add it. If your session will need some more time, add your session and mention it.  We will figure out how to handle it. 
If you have any questions or are unsure about how to do it:   Contact us  ... contact data to be found at the bottom of this page. 

If your session is accepted, your ticket is guaranteed! 

Speaker name: First Last

Bio:  SCN, XING, LinkedIn...

Title:  Try to make it Twitter-length compliant (wink) 

Abstract: should contain between 300-1000 characters to describe the session content.  (Very helpful for the participants to know what to expect)

Type of Session: Lecture/Demo (30 min) is our standard format. (Mention if you think you need less/more time)

Contact details: Enter your email address for further contact by using the link (not into the WIKI directly for privacy reasons)


Session suggestions for #sitbern #EarlyBirdsSection (closed at the day when participant registration opened)

We are going to build an agenda and inform the speakers (planned ??).
All the early suggestions enable us to plan this day based on interesting content. 


(The #LateBirdsSection is still open till end of February. Please scroll down for the open table)

No.Speaker nameBioTitleAbstractKeywordsDurationLink for presentations
1 Jakob Flaman

xing , linkedin,

community

SAP HANA Express installation in a big company. A journey to the..... 

 

  
2Mansour Farghaly communityHow  would Hemiunu organize himself or means to keep control in modern high tech environment.

Hemiunu is regarded as the actual architect of Kufu's pyrmid, the oldest and biggest pyramid buildt with about 2mio stones of different sizes in about 20 years (just do the calculation!). Thus he is one of the first project manager handling tenth of thousands of skilled workers and sure his project stood the test of time. But that means that he managed the ever changing circumstances like technology, people and politics. To accomplish this he had to know how to organize himself and others.

In the information age we maybe move less stones but we have complex task to handle in an amazingly complex environment. I am trying to find answers of how would Hemiunu organize himself in nowadays world to stay on top of things.

   
2Mansour FarghalycommunityWorking title: Project management basics in SAP Environments.    
3Frank Nawrath      
4 Sebastian Abshoff

 

How to Improve Your UI5 Development Process - with  Cypress.io!In this talk, I will share an evaluation of  Cypress.io in the context of UI5. Cypress is an emerging open source front end testing tool that aims to be more developer-friendly than other existing tools. In addition, I will share some details about our continuous integration/continuous deployment infrastructure and the tools we use to develop modern, adequate and high-quality UI5 apps.   
5Michael Albrecht Twitter Development Toolchain and automatisation of SAP developmentError reduction through automation, simplification and long term effects.   
6Ralf Kempen

Xing

Twitter

 UI5 App in 5 minutes with Neptun software Live Demo of an UI5 APP-Creation direct out of SAP without any additional infrastructure. Easy for ABAPers without / less  JAVA-Knowledge. Even Z-applications are simple possible to bring to UI5   
7Carsten Lex  Voice - Action. Alexa skillsDefine your own Alexa Voice Skill and connect to the world behind. In this talk you will learn what you need to do a skill of your own. How does Alexa understand what I want? Can we do this in different languages? How do I connect my system? I will show very little code - if any. We will do mainly a demo and show how is everything connected.   
8Jörg Knaus

SAP

Twitter

LInkedin

 

S/4Hana Migration Cockpit tips and tricks (ABAP mapping rules, custom migration objects, staging tables)

in S/4Hana we use Migration Cockpit instead of LSMW

Migration

LSMW 

 Migration Cockpit 

S/4Hana

  
9Franciscus van Dortmont

 

     
10Kinga Sipos  Shortest path between 2 points in a multidimensional room (smile)    
11Tudor Riscutia

Twitter |

LinkedIn

The UX (r)evolution in SAP softwareA look at the evolution of user experience in enterprise software, from SAPGUI to SAP Fiori and what tomorrow might bring.UX, SAP Fiori, ChatBots and more30 min 
12

Achim
Toeper

community
LinkedIn
"We are robots" - a tribute to Kraftwerk (1978)As known from a song by Kraftwerk, "We are programmed for everything" and "everything you want will be executed...". That is exactly what you want, being a developer in a DevOps team – a servant who accompanies a change from development to the time when it will be successfully deployed. This presentation will focus on the actual status of SAP’s agile approach using SAP Solution Manager 7.2 and the scaled agile SAP framework (based on Focused Build).  The well-known CALMS framework serves as a guideline for executing a successful SAP DevOps approach. We'll start off the presentation with a short exercise to concentrate, which could also be seen as the foundation for the "culture" and "sharing" parts of CALMS.  As a summary, we will explore what has to be done so that managers of a DevOps teams can sleep peacefully at night, even in exciting times of deployment.Solman, DevOps, SAPScaledAgile, CALMS30 min.
presentation
 
13Volker StöfflerLinkedIn | SCNSAP IQ - Business Intelligence and vertical data processing with 16 GB RAM or lessSAP IQ is a HANA companion for SDA / SDI and SAP BW NLS, to keep data way beyond memory limits accessible. But it also is a full-blown data warehouse system of its own, with column oriented data storage and powerful analytics capabilities. It can scale up to the world's largest data warehouse and down to desktop or notebook computers. This session is intended to show the benefits and capabilities of the vertical data structures used inside and their impact on high performance processing and parallel execution of Business Intelligence style queries. See also this SCN blog post.SQL, SAP IQ, database, data warehouse, business intelligence, world record, petabytes30 min. presentation or 60 min. demo 
14Volker Stöffler

LinkedIn | SCN |
SQL Anywhere Forum

SQL Anywhere - your flight mode database serverThis is a brief introduction to the capabilities and characteristics of SAP SQL Anywhere, a standard compliant and full feature (including OLAP SQL) database server running on lightweight hardware (starting with Raspberry Pi) and workplace computers to server machines (workgroups, small enterprises), supplemented by a deployment option for embedded systems like smart sensors for IoT scenarios. You may get some inspriation from my SCN blog with the same title.SQL, SQL Anywhere, database, workplace, workgroup30 min. demo, extension possible. 
15Roland KramerSAP First Guidance | BW/4 SL | LinkedIn | SCNEverything you want (or not want) to know about SAP NetWeaverEverything you want (or not want) to know about SAP NetWeaver from the past to the Future, including all on-premise Releases, Cloud Options, Add-On's, Migration to BWoH, Conversion to BW/4, and further more ...HANA, BW, BW/4, BPC, SEM, NLS

1h lession

canceling due to sickness

 
16Roland KramerSAP-NLS with SAP IQ | LinkedIn | SCN Automated Installation of SAP IQ with the SAP Host AgentIn this Demonstration you will see the SAP host Agent in action how easy you can install a SAP IQ Database for all usages, e.g. native usage, SDA connection with SAP HANA, DTO with BW/4, or SAP-NLS with SAP BW only with three values: <SID>, Instance Nr. and Size.HANA, IQ, BW, BW/4

30 min. with Demo

cancelling due to sickness

SAP-NLS Implementation | SAP IQ Easy Installation |
17Karol KaliszcommunityIntelligent Enterprise in Digital Supply Chain and Manufacturingwhat is intelligent enterprise and what SAP will do / develop and deliver for intelligence enterprise. Its influence on the platform and product portfolio.Strategy, SAP CP, SCM, Manufacturing30 min 
18Volker Stöffler

LinkedIn | SCN |
SQL Anywhere Forum

How to visualize Query Semantics using Open Source Graphviz

When analyzing the performance of complex queries, you may find yourself with multi table joins, e.g. generated by a BI system, coded by an out-of-reach developer or evolved through a long life cycle. A semantic query graph visualizes the topology of such a join and helps to understand the options the optimizer has at hand for an execution plan. The graph unveils possible shortcuts or extensions you can provide to enhance query performance by providing additional options to the query optimizer

I will demonstrate how to use the Open Source utility Graphviz for visualization.

This presentation is based upon ANSI Standard SQL and not restricted to a specific RDBMS implementation. The method is a generic approach to deal with the challenge of understanding and possibly enhancing the topology of a multi table join query.

SQL, Database, RDBMS, Joins, Optimizer, Query Analysis, Query Tuning30 min. 
19Christian Günterxing | twitterModernize your ABAP development with abapGit

Christian Günter

modern ABAP development with abapGit

I'll show you why abapGit matters and how you can modernize your ABAP development with it. I'll explain the concepts and give you an idea how we use abapGit it in our company.

Mixture of presentation, live demo and Q&A.

abapGit45 min. 
20Hendrik Neumann What the Git?

Hendrik Neumann

What the Git?

A look under the hood of th Git. Explaining how git works helps to understand the great benefit Git delfivers to the software development community. Also great intro to the abapGit talk (wink)

Git30 min 
21Vitaliy RudnytskiyLinkedIn | SCN | TwitterDo you know SAP HANA Advanced Analytics?By now you have heard SAP HANA has Advanced Analytics capabilities, which placed it as a leader in Forrester’s Translytical Data Platforms. Join this talk to find what “translytical” and “advanced analytics” really mean – as always in down-to-earth and entertaining waySAP HANA30 mins 
22Andreas GautschLinkedIn | SCN | TwitterABAP Continous Integration (CI) Plugin
Why automation is the key to code quality?

In this session I will present the Open Source Plugin for Eclipse as an Addon for ABAP in Eclipse.
Beside demonstrating the different features I will also focus on the two purposes of the plugin:
+ to save development time and
+ to get immediate feedback.

ABAP30 min 
        
        
Angel  Bern ExpertsQuestions all around Bern and around   
Angel  Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagramm    
AngelMansour Guardian of the time    
Angel

Elisabeth Kiefer,

Roland Kramer

 

 WelcomeIntro, door keeper and caisse   

 

 

 

 

 

 


Costs

Low, aiming at €35 per participant - including lunch and drinks throughout the day.

Language

The event language is:  English
We expect to have some friends from outside of Switzerland with us.
(we may offer a simultaneous translation to German and English (wink) for the local participants)


Tweet

Use the #sitbern hashtag and follow @sitBERN

Agenda 2018

September 1st 2018:          Agenda fixing for SAPInsideTrack Bern ( Speakers will be informed )

 

This is the preliminary agenda. Assigned time slots and topics may be subject to changes.      

Starts

End

Foyer Room 1 PM

Room 2 DEV

09:0010:00Registration
10:0010:15 Welcome
10:1510:45 

Tudor Riscutia

The UX (r)evolution in SAP software

A look at the evolution of user experience in enterprise software, from SAPGUI to SAP Fiori and what tomorrow might bring.

 

 

Hendrik Neumann

What the Git?

A look under the hood of th Git. Explaining how git works helps to understand the great benefit Git delfivers to the software development community. Also great intro to the abapGit talk (wink)

11:0011:30 

Vitaliy Rudnytskiy

Do you know SAP HANA Advanced Analytics?

By now you have heard SAP HANA has Advanced Analytics capabilities, which placed it as a leader in Forrester’s Translytical Data Platforms. Join this talk to find what “translytical” and “advanced analytics” really mean – as always in down-to-earth and entertaining way

slides

Christian Günter

modern ABAP development with abapGit

I'll show you why abapGit matters and how you can modernize your ABAP development with it. I'll explain the concepts and give you an idea how we use abapGit it in our company.

Mixture of presentation, live demo and Q&A.

Demo repo

slides

11:4512:15 

Karol Kalisz

Intelligent Enterprise in Digital Supply Chain and Manufacturing

what is intelligent enterprise and what SAP will do / develop and deliver for intelligence enterprise. Its influence on the platform and product portfolio.

slides

Sebastian Abshoff

How to Improve Your UI5 Development Process - with  Cypress.io!

In this talk, I will share an evaluation of  Cypress.io in the context of UI5. Cypress is an emerging open source front end testing tool that aims to be more developer-friendly than other existing tools. In addition, I will share some details about our continuous integration/continuous deployment infrastructure and the tools we use to develop modern, adequate and high-quality UI5 apps.

12:1513:00Lunch
13:1513:45 

Mansour Farghaly

How  would Hemiunu organize himself or means to keep control in modern high tech environment.

Hemiunu is regarded as the actual architect of Kufu's pyrmid, the oldest and biggest pyramid buildt with about 2mio stones of different sizes in about 20 years (just do the calculation!). Thus he is one of the first project manager handling tenth of thousands of skilled workers and sure his project stood the test of time. But that means that he managed the ever changing circumstances like technology, people and politics. To accomplish this he had to know how to organize himself and others.

 

In the information age we maybe move less stones but we have complex task to handle in an amazingly complex environment. I am trying to find answers of how would Hemiunu organize himself in nowadays world to stay on top of things.


Andreas Gautsch

 

ABAP Continous Integration (CI) Plugin 
Why automation is the key to code quality? 

 

In this session I will present the Open Source Plugin for Eclipse as an Addon for ABAP in Eclipse.
Beside demonstrating the different features I will also focus on the two purposes of the plugin:
+ to save development time and
+ to get immediate feedback.










Slides

14:0014:30 

Laura Pristat und Leah Schober

BEAM - an international school program about entrepreneurship and math

 

As students from Heidelberg we talk about BEAM, where we collaborate with students from all over the world, especially with students from Palo Alto, where BEAM was founded. We are looking forward to discuss why projects like BEAM are needed updates to our educational systems.

 

14:4515:15 

Carsten Lex

Voice - Action. Alexa skills

Define your own Alexa Voice Skill and connect to the world behind. In this talk you will learn what you need to do a skill of your own. How does Alexa understand what I want? Can we do this in different languages? How do I connect my system? I will show very little code - if any. We will do mainly a demo and show how is everything connected.

Ralf Kempen

UI5 App in 5 minutes with Neptun software

Live Demo of an UI5 APP-Creation direct out of SAP without any additional infrastructure. Easy for ABAPers without / less  JAVA-Knowledge. Even Z-applications are simple possible to bring to UI5

15:1515:45Coffee Break 1
15:4516:15 

Jörg Knaus

S/4Hana Migration Cockpit tips and tricks (ABAP mapping rules, custom migration objects, staging tables)

in S/4Hana we use Migration Cockpit instead of LSMW

Michael Albrecht

 

Development Toolchain and automatisation of SAP development

 

Error reduction through automation, simplification and long term effects.

 

16:3016:55 

Daniel Koller

 

Ask me all about SAP Infrastructure at SAP

Achim Toeper

"We are robots" - a tribute to Kraftwerk (1978)

As known from a song by Kraftwerk, "We are programmed for everything" and "everything you want will be executed...". That is exactly what you want, being a developer in a DevOps team – a servant who accompanies a change from development to the time when it will be successfully deployed. This presentation will focus on the actual status of SAP’s agile approach using SAP Solution Manager 7.2 and the scaled agile SAP framework (based on Focused Build).  The well-known CALMS framework serves as a guideline for executing a successful SAP DevOps approach. We'll start off the presentation with a short exercise to concentrate, which could also be seen as the foundation for the "culture" and "sharing" parts of CALMS.  As a summary, we will explore what has to be done so that managers of a DevOps teams can sleep peacefully at night, even in exciting times of deployment.

 

 


170017:45SITKids Presentations
17:45 Wrap-up and Good bye

 

 
  Apero riche

 

    
Evening Event 
Friday about 19:00 - 2100 
Sundowner at Rosengarten. To be in the Biergarten with a sundowner and overlooking Bern.
Saturday 19:00 - 21:00
We'll have an apero riche on the #sitbern. Afterwards it is planned to hike to the Rosengarten or by car to the Nydegg bridge and then to the Rosengarten. In the Rosengarten we will take a sundowner with a beautiful view over the old town of Bern. Then it goes past Munsterplatz in the direction of the railway station.
In case of rain, we will meet directly in the arcades at the Nydegg bridge and start from there. Please bring umbrellas or rainjackets! It is already an experience to stroll through the empty old town of Bern on Saturday evening in the middle of the main street.
Sunday 10:00 - 14:00

 

  • Bienz Ballenberg: Outdoor Museum in a great surrounding on the end / beginn of the Brienzer Lake
    • Meetingpoint Bibliotheque Guisanplatz. On the other side of the Novotel
    • http://www.Ballenberg.ch
    • 10:00 we will start
    • Transport by Cars. We will check at 10:00 who is driver or  navigator


https://www.google.com/maps/place/VBS+Bibliothek+am+Guisanplatz/@46.9592239,7.4627505,19z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xc66f82969a6be0ee!8m2!3d46.9592388!4d7.4629972

 

Participants SAP Inside Track Bern 2018   

Registration for participants is open for #sitBERN (since 11:45am (CET) 

Please register first in Eventbride then second into this table!

Max 50 participants. 

No.Name

#sitbern


yes/no

#sitkid


age(s)

Link to BIOtwitter

Fri-Evening

event

yes/no

Sat- Evening

event

yes/no

Sun- sightseein event

yes/no

1Jakob FlamanY   yesyesyes
2Christian GünterY xing@chris_guentermaybeyesyes
3Tudor RiscutiaY  @TudorRiscutiayesyesmaybe
4Melanie SchnablY  @MelanieSchnablyesyesmaybe
5Hendrik Neumanny SCN@h_neumannnoyesyes
6David  velaTiradoy    YY
7Jörg Knausy      
8Wolfram Knany      
9Torsten Schuberty      
10Roland Knippy SCN@SBasisCheckyesyesmaybe
11Mansour Farghalyy community    
 12Carsten Lexy      
 13Svea Beckeryyes 8,11

 

community

LinkedIn

@sveabecker3112maybeyes yes 
 14Matthias Wild       
 15 Franciscus van Dortmont       
16Jakub Sochacki       
17

Achim

Toeper

y SCN@elomimansmaybeyesmaybe
18Andreas Gautschy  

@andreas_gautsch

noyesmaybe
19Simone Milesiyy - 10linkedin@SMilesi81yesyesmaybe
20 Anette Grosser y      
21 Daniel Koller y      
 22Roland KrameryestbdLinkedIn | SCN @RolandKrameryesyesyes
23Thomas Wagnery      
 24Michael Sopunovy      
 25Sebastian Abshoffy   yyy
 26Elisabeth Kiefer y    y y maybe
 27 Oliver Bumann y    y y maybe
28 Simon Böll y      
29  Alexander Maetzing y    maybe yyes
30 Beat Bucher y y     
 31 Carlos Ponce Y      
 32Dorina Rehlendery      
 33 Daniel Lawrenz y      
 34 Oliver Blapp y      
 35 Volker Baum y      
 36 Daniel Lawrenz y      
 37 Karol Kalisz y      
 38 Ralf Kempen      
 39 Sascha Wisskirchen y     Y
 40 Patrick Meyer y     Y N
 41 Thomas Imboden Y    Y Y N
 42Sascha FuchsY xing / LinkedIn NYN
 43Vitaliy Rudnytskiy SCN / LinkedIn@Sygyzmundovych Y
 44Johannes KoningsY  @KoningsJohannesNNN
 45Andreas Katzery      
 46 Jörg Landwehr y      
 47Pawel Kozloski y      
 48 Sergio Fraga y      
 49 Phil Loewen y      
 50        


Travelling

Map

This custom map might help you.   

We flagged several points like #sitBERN location, hotels, local transportation, places of evening events, e-charging and other relevant stuff.

Hotel suggestions

This year the hotel situation looks quite good.

We recommend to book with cancellation option. 

Depending on your arrival and your plans to join us in the pub on Friday and/or Saturday one of these hotels might be a good choice  (Check "CustomMap" to see them all marked.):

 

Name

Link

Advantages

Price
(just a hint)
Fr-Sa:
Sa-Su:

Who stays?

  booking.com

http://www.booking.com

All price classes  
  IBIS    
  AIRBNB

http://www.airbnb.com

 it can be nice and for family attractive

  

Sustainability

Public Transportation

In Bern to travel by public transportation is a good choice. The Distances arent so big. Most of the locations after the event is in walking distance. Last but not least - Parking is subject to charges.

Train ride

In case you arrive by train: Share your connection to find others for your personal #sitFRA warm-up

Coming from

Train

Name

Wagon/Seat

  
Zürich     
Milano     
Basel     
Frankfurt     
Walldorf     
Stuttgart     
Car Sharing

Coming from

Name

Starting: Th/Fr/Sa HH:MM
Leaving: Th/Fr/Sa HH:MM

Seats

Count me in (add your name)

Pickup point

 Zürich     
 Basel 

 

   
Frankfurt     
Walldorf     

Stuttgart

     
DortmundRoland Knipp

Starting: Friday, time tbd
Leaving: Sunday, time tbd

1-2  

Additional things

Sponsors (THANK YOU so much for supporting the Community!)

Sponsors makes it possible

  • to reduce the entrace fees
  • Speakers presents
    last not least it will be round (smile)
  • Die Schweizerische Post
  • Bauschadenexperten
  • Swisscom
  • BASIS Technologies
  • Bits
  • SAP Dshop
  • SAP Press
  • Losinger Marazzi
  • Radonsecur
  • Mansour Farghaly

Pre-Event  (Friday): 

Friday evening:

For all SAP CodeJam participant we will have some food at the Codejam. After this about 19:30 we will go to the Rosengarten to have a Sundowner and to meet the "Rest of the Gang".

http://rosengarten.be/

If you are just arriving in Bern on Friday evening you can join us from 18:30. A few of us will be there already with the Kids.

 

Tips

Any tips to take into account? 

  • Dress casual, it's a community event - not a business event. And it is Saturday. (wink)
  • If you register yourself, please show up at September 9th. Otherwise we will really miss you - and someone who was just on the waiting list will be sad.
    If anything crosses your plans.. please cancel your registration!
    It helps us to fill up the list with people from the waiting list.
    In  2016 we were happy to have a nearly 100% percent show-up rate and many happy faces. Let's repeat that! 
  • More tips from your side as a participant? Please list them and help making it a day to remember!

Organizing Team

The event is organized by  Jakob, Mansour, Roland, Jörg a lot of help from the local SAP Stammtisch Bern.

You can get in touch with us via email:  info@flaman.ch or twitter: #sitBern

or contact our experts (wink) directly via Twitter.

 

 

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  1. Hallo Jakob, hallo Orga- Team,

    vielen Dank für die Einladung. Ich hatte mich auf Samstag gefreut, aber ich muss leider wegen Krankheit absagen.

    Ich wünsche Euch einen tollen SITBern.

    MfG Volker