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Next Generation ABAP for Charity

So I recently bought the Next Generation ABAP Development (2nd Edition) book from SAP Press to find out what I’ve been missing out on since leaving ABAP development behind me quite a few years back… and I think it is fair to say that things certainly have changed for the better 🙂

I have also been reflecting on all the recent natural disasters that have occurred over the last few months and a recent radio program I listened to that was talking about how it gets harder and harder to ask people to dig deep and keep giving to help the people so badly affected by events like the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the earthquake in Christchurch New Zealand or the terrible floods in Queensland here in Australia.

So in a small way I wanted to urge the community and in particular the community gathering this week in Sydney for Mastering SAP Technologies to give a little to a good cause. Today at the SAP Inside Track event in Sydney I asked all the SAP Mentors (10 in total) attending  to sign a copy of Next Generation ABAP Development including co-author Thomas Jung and I’d like to give away this copy and in the process raise some money for charity…

getting signatures at SITSYD

(Gathering signatures from the Mentors)

So what I’d ask you to do is give a little or a lot to your choosen cause before midnight AEST on Wednesday March 23rd (the last day of the Mastering SAP Technologies conference in Sydney)… send a tweet to @NGADforCharity with your donation amount (if you’re the highest donator I will send you the signed copy of the book – I will need to see your donation receipt and of course get an address to send it to :-))… simple… You get to help a good cause, we raise some money for charity and you get a unique copy of a great book that will enhance your ABAP development skills!

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  • Hi Simon,
    It was nice to meet you at MasteringSAP in Sydney, and I hope that the drive to raise funds for charity goes well. 
    If I get the book, do I get to come back to Sydney to get it?
    • Thanks Sue… great to meet you down here too! I will need to check the “small print” regarding methods of claiming the prize! :-), but I think there are probably better reasons to come back to Sydney anyway! 🙂