If you’re an SDN community member and you’re reading this Weblog, then you fit into one of two categories. You either attended the BW and Portals ’04 Event in Orlando, FL from March 15th – 17th or you didn’t. Good news, we’ve got something for you in either scenario!
To Those of You Who Don’t Own a “BW and Portals ’04” T-Shirt:
So, you couldn’t make this event (next year you will after seeing what you missed). Did you have a colleague return to the office and try to explain all that he/she learned and drop photocopies of the .ppt slides in your hands? Leaves something to be desired right?
Perhaps no one from your company made it this year?
Well either way, SDN captured the video and demo presentations from 23 different sessions relating to SAP NetWeaver and/or SAP xApps. So if you start watching right now, then at this time tomorrow you’ll be an SAP NetWeaver guru and you’ll never have had to leave the comfort of your office or home. Ok, you can watch them over the course of 3 working days, but then you’ll be an SAP NetWeaver guru in 3 days instead of the more desirable 1 day (if you can live with that, so can we).
To Those of You Who Own a “BW and Portals ’04” T-Shirt or Gifted It to Their Child or Spouse:
So, you were one of the lucky ones who attended this event huh? Are you exhausted from the strain of trying to retain so much info for your colleagues back at the office that you can barely enjoy your new t-shirt? Did you know that the average person only retains ~25% of what they learn in a day? Leaves something to be desired right?
Perhaps you were disappointed because you wanted to attend 2 really great sessions that occurred simultaneously during the event?
Well either way, SDN captured the video and demo presentations from 23 different sessions relating to SAP NetWeaver and/or SAP xApps, so pass them along to your colleagues or catch up on the ones you missed. Before you know it, you’ll have the energy to wash the car with that new t-shirt (or sip lemonade while watching the kid do it in their new t-shirt) and impressing friends and colleagues with how much you seemed to absorb at the event. Everyone will think you have an amazing brain capacity or something!
Enjoy the materials and remember to use your new knowledge for good and not for evil!