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SAP Inside Track Bonn – Did you miss this great event?

Did you really miss the SAP Inside Track in Bonn?
You can’t imagine how much you miss!

On Saturday the February was the SAP Inside Track in Bonn. This was a really great event!

Some coments fromTwitter:

sergioFerrari #SAPInsideTrackBonn  was milestone for community awareness. #sapmentor‘s effort paid off via active global participation

raeijpe It was a great  #SAPInsideTrackBonn in Bonn last Saterday. Thorsten, Tobias and your team, thanks. My head is still full of information and impressions… #SAPInsideTrackBonn

qmacro Back home after #SAPInsideTrackBonn. Ace weekend. Thanks alll for making it such a worthwhile trip. THE #SAP unconference yardstick.

oliver #sapinsidetrack Bonn was a blast. Many thanks to @ttrapp and @thorstenster for hosting the event. 


First of all we have to thank Tobias an Thorsten for the fantastic organization. This was really perfect! Furthermore the team around around you both was really great.  I had some problems with the network, it was solved in minutes. Very impressive!

The sessions were great. A very interesting mixture of overview sessions and very deep technical sessions.


Some presentations are linked from the Session wiki page:


 And here you can find some pictures:


I will be at the next SAP Inside Track fore sure!

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      Author's profile photo Paul Hardy
      Paul Hardy
      The quality of presentations at this event was very high. The two beer drinking events were good also.

      I found lots of things which will be useful in my day to day work but the two points that came up are things that MIGHT be happening soon, and I really hope ACTUALLY happen soon.
      (1) The backporting of ABAP Unit to 620 systems, on the grounds that 66% of customers are not on ECC 6.0 yet, and ABAP Unit was designed for 620 orginally.
      (2) In SAPLINK the ability in the standard version to copy over documentation along with the objects. You can already do this by fiddling with the code, but it will be good when this becomes incorporated into the standard version.

      Thomas Jung's talk on the new features in Web Dynpro was very interesting indeed. After all these years it starts to look like SAP has actually got it's head around what usability means.

      Cheersy Cheers