The SDN Clubhouse is going to take center stage once again at SAP TechEd ’05 in Bangalore. I invite you to come by and particpate in many of our knowledge driven and fun filled events at the SDN Clubhouse. Following are some of the highlights of the Clubhouse activities:
- SDN How-to Sessions: SDN Community Managers will explain how to search, submit an article, write a weblog and submit a code-sample on SDN. You too can become an active contributor and get the recognition and laurels from the SDN community.
- Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) Sessions: Top SDN contributors and technology experts will hold open discussions on relevant topics in their areas with the interested participants.
- Internet Cafe: SDN Clubhouse is your place to stay connected – online and onsite.
- Demo Jam Sessions: Some of the most cutting-edge SAP technologies and applications will be on show in the Demo Jam sessions.
- SDN Quiz Show: We have planned three SDN and SAP trivia quiz shows followed by a grand finale with the winners on the last day. Take the quiz and win cool prizes!
- SAP Analytics Booth: If you want to get a grip on the latest developments in SAP Analytics, visit the SAP Analytics booth in the SDN Clubhouse.
- Be an ESA Solution Architect: Wipro, the top contributing company on SDN, will be presenting their ESA adoption and SAP NetWeaver implementation experiences at a kiosk in the SDN Clubhouse.
- mySAP ERP for Dummies: Collect this book and meet the author.
- SDN T-shirts: “Are you connected?” is the slogan of the latest T-shirt from SDN. Come ‘n get it at the SDN Clubhouse in Bangalore!
Four slots for the 30 minute BOF sessions are still open. If you have an interesting topic you would like to share with the community members, do shout and make an entry about your session on the BOF’s wiki page. Your BOFs have a better chance of getting accepted if you provide a detailed description about your topic in the wiki. We will finalize the BOF sessions by Friday (Sept-30) this week.
SDNers Flock Together
Craig and I plan on hanging out with many of the SDN community members at a local pub after the “Networking Dinner” on Oct-5 (Wednesday). Everybody is free to join and we are still open to suggestions on the pub venue. Any local guides?