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So there we have it! Including one of my most favorite blogs of all time, now even though I wrote this one, it was a collaborative effort, in fact one of the first weblogs of this kind on SDN! It was a collection of us in the Business Server Pages (BSP) that got together and created this guide! In fact it reminds of why I started using SDN, it was simply the fact that I needed a place to go with liked minded individuals who could help me with the problems and issues I was having. I remember back before the points, before the prizes, it was just a bunch of us wanting to help! Then came the points and it was a personal way of judging my activites within SDN. I used to set goals for myself and with that I was able to track my progress in SAP knowledge and sharing. Then came the prizes and that was just really nice because my company at the time seemed to be more lenient with the conferences and events I was requesting to go to. Then after my contract in my previous company came to an end and by shear luck after applying to SAP for a different position I found my way onto the SDN where I can see on such a larger scale the willingness of the community to help each other and to go above and beyond the call of duty! How many of you still remember the story where Prakash actually called someone after seeing the number in their SDN Business Card to help them with a problem they were having! Or the one about the magic elves? The spirit of community is simply amazing here!