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It’s that time of year again. The time when SDN contributors (and SAP TechED Presenter Hopefuls) put in their shameless plugs for their proposed presentations. I’m just going to cut to the chase and ask you up front to please vote for my sessions. It is a tough call though, I have to admit. I looked over the session offerings this morning and I had a very difficult time just picking out 5 sessions. So in the end I put my prospects into the hands of the community.

Now I would like to share a little more information about each of the two sessions that I submitted. The first is an advanced session on BSP. I realize that I am limiting my audience a little by focusing on advanced topics, but I hope that there are people in the SDN community that have been working with BSP for a little while and are ready for newer challenges. This session will focus on restructuring your applications as Model View Controller. It will also introduce the topic of creating your own custom BSP Extensions Elements. I think that these are two key topics that are very important for taking your BSP development to the next level. If you want a sample of the kind of content I will cover in this session have a look at the following weblogs:

My other session is called ABAP Web Services in the Real World. If you are an ABAP developer and you want to get prepared for the future of ESA applications, then you should be doing everything you can to learn about Web Services. Web Services are the communication and interface technology of the future. In my session I want to cover the techniques and tools that you use to build and consume Web Services in the ABAP context. I will also share leanings from my company’s implementation of Web Services for global, business critical interfaces. The following are also some weblogs that should give you a taste of what this session will be like:

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