Be part of our 2nd edition of this great SAP Community event, open for all Community Members. This local grassroots event is organized by the SAP community. You are invited to come together to share your knowledge and expertise and to network. The SITWDF will take place in Walldorf, Germany, near the SAP Mothership
LEARN, HACK & PLAY DAY Friday, January 13, 2017
Check-In 8:00 AM / Session Start 9 AM / Closing session 5 PM / BBQ Party 6 PM
The Community Learning Day starts at 9 am with a bar camp-style ideation session, to build teams and to decide on a small scale IoT project to work on. Until lunch break, different speakers offer ~1h (-2 h) intro sessions into specific aspects of IoT (e.g. using HCP for IoT), ideation and idea visualization. We will have a Sketching for IT session, which helps every attendee to easier draw a summary of ideas and market it to the right people. The whole Friday gives you time to work on your projects, you can play around with technology and gadgets from SAP D-Shop, or just mingle with your colleagues. We will also have a Tour to and through the SAP D-Shop that is also called “Developers Heaven”.
Starting from 5pm, teams present their prototypes, both what the original idea was, and what you achieved on this day. A jury evaluates the projects and the winner. Party & (Winter) BBQ starts around ~6pm.
Your Project Idea for #SAPLearnHackPlay?
You have a project idea what you want to do during the Learn, Hack & Play day? Tell us what you want to do. You'll have the opportunity to present the idea on Friday morning! The project should be something that you can demonstrate at the end of the Workshop on Friday. You can use either the existing material from SAP D-Shop, or bring your own gear. Propose your IoT Project These guides should help participants for prepare for the SAP Learn, Hack & Play Day. Tutorial1 || Tutorial2
Agenda can be viewed here: http://www.sitwdf.de/
SAP INSIDE TRACK Walldorf Saturday, January 14, 2017
Check-In 8:00 AM / Session Start 9 AM / Closing Networking session 5 PM
On Saturday is the day for very specialized sessions on specific topics, in good old SIT tradition with Lecture sessions and marketplace sessions. “SIT” is new to you? We recommend the great reading of Ingolf Bayer: Information and Insights from SAP Inside Track (SIT) Part I and Part II
Host a session for #SITWDF?
Here YOU have the chance to add value and pay forward: host a session at SAP Inside Track in Walldorf. This year we are also asking for non-technical submissions. (so e.g. think of product management hacks, design thinking) We want to form a non-technical track. If your session is accepted, your ticket is guaranteed!
Lecture Session (30 minutes): It doesn't have to be a well prepared classroom-style PowerPoint presentation; we also encourage open, improvised and collaborative discussion sessions to draw out the ideas and experiences of others. 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.
Marketplace Sessions (20 minutes): We provide tables and the audience can just drop by listen, discuss and go to the next one. It allows more interaction and talks about topics which do not fit to a lecture for bigger audience. The marketplace has its own slot after lunch and will not run in parallel to the lectures. The 20 minute sessions will be repeated by the hosts, so that the attendees can rotate around and catch up on every topic.
Agenda can be viewed here: http://www.sitwdf.de/
KIDS TRACK #SITKids Saturday, January 14, 2017
Check-In 8:00 AM / Session Start 9 AM / Closing Networking session (together with Adults) 4:30 PM
nclusion and Diversity is more important than ever! If you are going to spend your weekend with us, why don’t you bring your family?
With #SitKids we would like to make a big step towards diversity and inclusion! We would like to create a colorful, diverse #sitKids where we give youngsters the chance to develop their technical understanding and skills, learn to work in groups with like-minded or different kids, while the adults join the regular SAP Inside track. We want to encourage kids to use their tecchi ability for relevant projects and not just to play around with their cellphone. Why should kids code? Code is one of the world’s most widely used languages, connected devices are already reshaping our world, kids learn better and faster when they’re young, Coding helps children to develop critical thinking skills and problem solving processes that are not only important in computer science, but also in life.… The list is long!
On this day we will have several work stations with following technologies:
* Makey Makey : (we have 2 sets). No previous knowledge required. Turn everyday objects into a “keyboard”. See video here. Always a winner with young kids. Look up the banana piano
* littleBits: Small electronic components that snap together with magnets. Only require basic knowledge of electronics and computing. Even has a module that connects to the Cloud.
* Lego Mindstorms: We have the EV3 kit. Build robots, program them, etc. You will need to have played with it a little before explaining it to kids.
* mBot Robot: Same category as Lego Mindstorms. Easy to build robot, can be programmed using the simple graphical Scratch language. Also good to come to the event with a bit of practice.
No worries regarding language! We will cover both, English and German!
After you have registered you will receive an email with a survey that asks you about details (e.g. if you want to bring your kid(s) (name, age, level), and if you would like to volunteer as an instructor)
Due to overwhelming interest, we ask that you please take NOW two minutes to confirm your participation and credentials, read further information and sign up for additional activities.
You can find your action items below.
Will be driven by the session suggestions of all participants. DEVELOPING AGENDA and PROPOSALS CAN soon be found here!
Call for Content?
Be part of making this event your event - We still have some slots for you if you are interested in presenting! We can also offer you a marketplace table for open demos and discussions. Propose your IoT Project for the SAP Learn, Hack & Play Day
The ticket price is ~ €20/day for Coffee, Soda, snacks during the day. In case we find sponsors (see above) this price may be reduced or even cancelled. Evening Events, Travel, Hotel and other expenses are not included.
BBQ Party ~ 15 €
Thursday: Depending on interest, we are going to arrange a dinner. More to come (Please note that SAP Mentors will be in Karlsruhe for another event)
Friday: Together with the attendees from the Community Learning Day we'll meet up for a Winter-BBQ-Party in the SAP Club rooms of the SAP training Center. Details to follow.
Saturday: Depending on interest, we are going to arrange a dinner
Please check here
English. We expect to have some friends of outside of Germany with us.
(we may offer a simultaneous translation to Swabian and also Palatinate for the local participants)
Walldorf, Germany, near Mothership // SAP International Training Center, WDF05 More details ... coming soon
Details will follow
Please check our official webpage sitwdf.de for registration pages.
We are searching for sponsors. If you like to support us don't hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or talk directly with Katarina Fischer
We can provide you with a table, place to display, and a marketplace session. Monetary support is helpful, but also speaker presents, prizes for winners, giveaways, food and drinks etc.
Sponsors: SAP Press, … more to come..
Use the following hashtags: #sitWDF #SAPLearnHackPlay #sitKids
Dress casual, it's a community event - not a business event. And it is Saturday.
If you register yourself, please show up at January 13th/14th. 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 ticket in the registration app!!
It helps us to fill up the list with people from the waiting list.
More tips from your side as an participant? Please list them and help making it a day to remember!
What is next?
Once we got an overview on how many people are going to join , we are going to confirm your proposals, and will send you a survey to ask if you bring your kid(s), attending evening events etc.
Who can join?
All Community Members, no matter if you are developer, business consultant, architect – and with our new concept we also invite friends and colleagues and even family with no technical background. Share what you love by holding a session. Be curious to hear about new things & new insights and participate.
ACTION ITEMS / QUICK LINKS
KIDS TRACK #SITKIDWDF Saturday, January 14, 2017
Want to bring your kid or volunteer? Drop us an email: email@example.com
Your Registration is Obligatory, if you are not able to attend please de-register.
Spread the word #sitWDF #SAPLearnHackPlay #sitKids
See you soon?
Please let us know in case you do have any questions or suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hear from you
#SITWDF Organizing Team
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