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Mastering SAP Technologies Presentations

I hope a lot of you heard about the Mastering SAP Technologies event held in Sydney, Australia in March this year. This is one of a regular series of SAP-related events produced by Eventful Management across the Australian and New Zealand.

The 2010 Mastering SAP Technologies event was the most successful one ever in large part due to the high quality of the speakers that took the time and effort to deliver fantastic content to the attendees.

The good news is that some of this content is available for anyone to view.

If you go to you can find links to the home pages for all the Mastering SAP events.

Go to the SAP Technologies site and select the “Speaker Videos” menus on the right hand side – yes I know you can jump directly here but I wanted to pimp the other events 🙂

Here you will find replays of seven of the top presentations from Mastering SAP Technologies 2010 event.

Topic Presenter
Web Dynpro ABAP – Enhancements with SAP NetWeaver 7.0 and Beyond Thomas Jung
Deploy Solution Manager to Manage a Large Landscape and Cut Support Costs Tony de Thomasis
The Right Way to Enhance SAP Graham Robinson
What’s New in the ABAP Development Environment in Enhancement Package 2? Thomas Jung
The Evolution of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Karin Tillotson
Taking SOA to the Next Level Oliver Mayer
Find Out How US Companies Are Influencing SAP in User Interface Karin Tillotson

And a special bonus for those that attended the conference is that you can search through the photos at the bottom of the page to find yourself.

Many thanks to the Eventful Management team for yet again delivering a high-quality and well attended SAP Technology event, and for making this content available to the wider community.

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  • Hi Graham,
    Thanks for pointing out this fantastic opportunity to get a taste for MasteringSAP events.  I know I will spend some time going thru the speaker videos.
    And thanks to Eventful Management, for making this material available to all of us (who were not so fortunate as to be in Australia for the actual event).