I wrote my first blog on SAP Community Network at February 17, 2006. So it have been more than 3 years since I wrote Tasting the mix of PHP and SAP.
A lot of things had happened after that…I became a Moderator, SAP Mentor, attended SAP TechEd 08 Las Vegas and SAP TechEd Las Vegas 09, meet a lot of great people, wrote a lot of books about programming in both Spanish and English (Including R/3 and NetWeaver of course), run Community Day Lima 08, get married and became the father of a beatiful daughter.
Why I’m telling you this? Because along the way, my SCN friends were always by my side…even when the distance split us in different directions, we’re always together. We’re like the biggest family ever.
I’m happy because this very blog I’m writing is my 100 blog here on SAP Community Network. I have wrote about PHP, Ruby, Flex, HR and Community related stuff. Always looking to share my knowledge and give the Community back what they give me…the opportunity to be myself.
Some people say that I’m both a blogging machine and a book writing machine…but the fact is that without SCN, this wouldn’t be possible. My ability to blog or write books is only compared to the ability of this Community to welcome new folks with open arms. Such inspiration motivates me to keep going forward.
While it’s a hard job, I think that blogging is one of the coolest platforms ever invented. I love to be a blogger and I love to be a proud member of this Community.
Ok…I know…I love SAP and SCN too much…but I don’t see it as a bad thing, au contraire I thinks it’s great that I spend so much of time here (Of course…only when I’m not in company of my wife and daughter). What makes up a Community like this, is the passion demostrated by it’s members. I meet several people engaged like me…and of course others who are even more engaged, regardless the fact that they actually work for SAP or not.
So, I want to share my hapiness with you, because this was one of my main goals and also wanted to invite you to start of keep blogging, contribute on the Wiki, answer the questions on the forums and help us to keep growing and growing.
Well, I think it’s enough for today. See you in my next blog.