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Author's profile photo Craig Cmehil

SDN: Community Update – Week 2, 2006

TechEd 2006 is coming up, why do I say it’s coming up considering it’s at the end of the year? Well because we are starting to plan for it now and any comments or suggestions you have for the SDN Clubhouse are much appreciated – so send them to us!  Now of course any and all comments/suggestions we get for this Podcast series we try to address, this series of Podcasts is simply about SDN and the community. However, any one of you out there are welcome to start up any podcast series you would like dealing with similiar issues or especially with the technology at hand! We’ll give you a hand, just drop us a line!  A very special thanks goes out to each and every one of our contributors who helped to make 2005 such a great year! Keep it up in 2006!

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      Thought I should comment, since I was named in the podcast. The voice quality and the dialogue flow was much better in this podcast. Obviously Craig was a lot easier to hear - I think you mentioned that Mark was on the phone.

      I have no problem with the content of this podcast being what it is, focused on the SDN community. However, I was hoping that there might also be a different podcast that was about the world of SAP technology.

      Craig asked in a previous post whether I had listened to the other non-community focused podcasts (I think there are 2 or 3). The answer is no because last time I looked they covered in-depth topics that I am not currently focusing on.

      When I mention a podcast about SAP technology, I'm thinking more of a show that covers many topics to a small degree to give a taster on the new and cool stuff being worked on at SAP - as opposed to a webinar style podcast (which has its place too). Maybe a show once a month, could even have interviews with how people have actually used the technology and how they found it to use. Anyway, just an idea.