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Yesterday, September 30 at 8:00 p.m, we run the KickUp meeting, that is, the day before the Community Day.

I went out of my room and down to the lobby…Where I found Rich Heilman, Leornardo de Araujo and some more fellow SDNers (Sorry guys, I have should write down your names)…



We share a couple of beers and some rum, talk about SDN, SAP, ABAP, Java, TechEd Sessions…Very nice and informative chat…I have learned a lot from those guys…Very funny and smart -;)

Actually…We were waiting for the main organizer…Craig Cmehil…That sadly never shown up…So this is our message to him…

Craig, your are the best organizer, but also the worst host LOL

Jokes apart…We when to back to our rooms…So I wrote in my Twitter that I was going to be here, and that anyone could call me…So Mr. Thomas Jung grab the phone and invite me a beer.


To finish an already great KickUp meeting, Thomas as kind enough to introduce me to Marilyn Pratt, the most charming and warm woman I ever meet.


BTW, Marilyn just become an 5K Member, so congratulations again Marilyn! -:D

Hope you have liked this blog and the photos…Gonna add the to TechEd Flickr group later.

Stay tuned for Today’s Blog…Blag on Community Day! -:D 

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  1. Jim Spath
    We (ASUG, BITI, etc.) were in a different part of this huge building, and probably walked past each other last night.  Did you see the crazy geeks at the Kitty Cat Club?  I’m afraid to post our pictures as it might ruin my serious reputation ;-).

    Will see you shortly!


    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Abesh! Don’t worry mate, I promised a blog day by day…So your not going to missed TechEd…I have taken so many pictures already, that you’re going to feel that you were here -;) You must do the same on Bangalore! -:D



  2. Former Member
    Hi Blag, nice photos! Hope you learn a lot in the conferences. I’m starting to contribute to the SDN, I’ve made a few replies in the Java Programming forum.

    Buy a lot of programming books! so I can read them when I visit you 🙂


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