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Lost #SAPTechEd Session: #Agile development for #BPM and #SAP #SOA presented at SAP Mentor Monday by @Tbroek

This coming Monday, January 10, at 1PM PST / 10PM CET, I’m pleased to report that fellow SAP Mentor Twan van den Broek from SAP Partner CIBER will be recasting his SAP TechEd presentation PMC 236 “Applying Agile to a Service-Oriented SAP Project: Mission Impossible?” for the next upcoming SAP Mentor Monday.

The “Lost SAP TechEd Sessions”

Twan’s talk is the latest in a series which I’m calling “The Lost SAP TechEd Sessions”- recasts of excellent presentations by SAP Mentors and experienced field professionals that didn’t get recorded for Virtual SAP TechEd.  If there are any SAP TechEd sessions you attended that you’d like to see recast, please tweet me your idea and we’ll see about getting the expert presenter lined up again.

Other Lost SAP TechEd sessions that I’ve been able to post include:

Hear from a Real World expert about Agile in SAP BPM Projects

Many of the best practitioners that use SAP NetWeaver BPM and SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment employ agile techniques for developing BPM projects.  Most of the customer stories I’ve shared and documented over the past couple of years leveraged agile development techniques as part of their BPM methodology.  Done correctly, agile techniques are key to managing customer expectations, involving the customer in the delivery of the solution, and delivering expected value in the expected timeframe.

Twan’s presentation on how his team does agile development in their projects is a real treat.  Twan is an engaging presenter and presents actual artifacts used in past projects by his team.  I’m excited that we were able to get Twan to present his topic again at Mentor Monday, and I highly encourage any who are interested to join next Monday’s presentation, or catch the recording which will be posted later.  Check out the SAP TechEd description of his session for an abstract.

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      Author's profile photo Matthias Steiner
      Matthias Steiner
      I'm really looking forward to this one! 🙂