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This last Saturday, 25 people attend Community Day Lima 2008 at the TSNet Global offices.

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It was a really nice event, we had a great time and share some of Community Spirit.

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TSNet Global and SAP Peru sposored the event providing us with a Coffee Break and a pack of goodies (A notebook, pencil, pen, photo grabber and an eraser).

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I talked about SDN/BPX and Scripting Languages and SAP.

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Lennon Shimokawa from Synopsis talked about JCO Connector and SAP. 

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Mario Galvis from SAP Colombia do an Webex presentation about Master Data Management. 

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Juan Carlos Verlarde Saravia from ActualiSap Peru talked about ABAP Enhancements (BADI’s, User-Exits, Enhacement Points, Customer-Exits).

At the end, three lucky winner got a Free copy of my book, El Arte de Programar SAP NetWeaver.

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We expect of course to repeat this event next year…With more people involved…More presentations and more fun -:)

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Este sábado pasado, 25 personas asistieron al Community Day Lima 2008 en las oficinas de TSNet Global.

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Fué un evento realmente bueno, la pasamos muy bien y compartimos un poco del espíritu de la Comunidad.

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TSNet Global y SAP Peru auspiciaron el evento brindándones el Coffee Break y un paquete con regalos (Un cuaderno, lapiceros, lápices, porta foto y un borrador).

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Yo hablé sobre el SDN/BPX y Lenguajes Script y SAP.

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Lennon Shimokawa de Synopsis habló sobre el conector JCO y SAP. 

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Mario Galvis de SAP Colombia hizo una presentación WebEx sobre Master Data Management. 

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Juan Carlos Velarde Saravia de ActualiSap Peru habló sobre ABAP Enhancements (BADI’s, User-Exits, Enhacement Points, Customer-Exits).

Al final, tres afortunados ganadores se llevaron una copia gratuita de mi libro, El Arte de Programar SAP NetWeaver.

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Esperamos por supuesto repetir este evento el año que viene…Con más personas participando…Más presentaciones y más diversión -:)

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Darren:

      Yeah…It was an awesome experience! And yes…WebEx was done over the net from Columbia -;) Skype help me to do the call -:D

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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      1. Mark Finnern
        Hi Blag,

        very nice. 25 developer showed up. That is impressive for a Saturday. Great to see all the pictures. Your office doesn’t look really different to what other SAP offices look like, which is actually in interesting observation:

        If you just sit in your air conditioned room on your office chair hammering on your laptop keyboard, the experience is the same for Palo Alto, Philly, Bangalore or Lima.

        The exception of course is Walldorf, where in the hot summer little droplets of sweat will collect at the top of your nose because there is no air conditioning there, but man are they good regarding the carbon footprint 😉

        All the best, Mark.

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        1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
          Mark:

          Thanks -:) Yeah…25 people…On Saturday…at 9:00 a.m…Kinda impressive -;) But actually the get more active after the Coffee Break LOL

          No air conditioned? That gotta be hard…However…Here they used even on Winter…So almost everyone caught the flu -:(

          BTW…People might not know this…But you really help me a lot with the event…I can’t say anything else but THANKS A LOT! -:D

          Greetings,

          Blag.

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  1. Juan Carlos Velarde Saravia
    Hola Alvaro, Felicitaciones por este gran evento que se dio en Lima, sé que será el primero de muchos más que se desarrollarán. El Perú también se une al crecimiento de Sap en el mundo, que sigan los éxitos amigo.
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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Juan Carlos:

      Nuevamente, gracias a ti por haber participado. Tu tema estuvo muy interesante y bien preparado -;)

      A ver si el año que viene hacemos una presentación compartida -;D

      Saludos,

      Blag.

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Ignacio!

      Muchas gracias -;) Los Community Day’s de Londres y Buenos Aires me ayudaron mucho para la realización del Community Day Lima.

      Me encanta ver como los Mentores SAP comenzamos a hacer cosas buenas por la comunidad.

      Un fuerte abrazo,

      Blag.

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  2. Pablo Casamayor
    In the years to come i´m sure many of those i see there will code fantastic stuff.
    Later on they will think with gratefulness  about this event (“i was there…”).
    And all is due to you and your colleagues commitment.
    A great and warm applause to the perouvian SDN community.

    Greetings.

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  3. Marilyn Pratt
    Really interesting to see how topics “play” in various geographic places.  What would you say was the most interesting or talked about contents?  Thanks for representing the BPX community as well as SDN.  Maybe your participants can use a wiki page to populate with their impressions and thoughts of the day.
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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Marilyn:

      Well…All session got a lot of attention, but I think that JCO session generated more questions…Because NetWeaver Java isn’t used that much here on Peru.
      It’s my SAP Mentor job to represent BPX and SDN…So no thanks need to be given -;)
      A WIKI page? Cool…That would be really nice…They could post comment on Spanish so then I could translated into English, so everyone can read it -:)

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Lysset:

      Muchas gracias por los comentarios -:) Me alegra mucho que te haya gustado el evento…Espero que el próximo año podamos hacerlo mucho mejor…Con más expositores, más público y más regalos -;)

      Saludos,

      Blag.

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