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Free event for developers, if you are near Kentucky, USA

I thought I had written about the Americas SAP Users Group (ASUG) annual Developers Tools Day more recently, but the most recent time I can find an article on SCN is from 2008:


Developers Tools Day – Last Call for a free event


Developers Tools Day (Second Annual) – recap


This year marks the fifth annual (and now I can confirm that, since I called the 2008 event the second annual time that Thomas Jung, Peter McNulty, ASUG Chapter volunteers and ASUG SIG volunteers have organized a free event in the Cincinnati Ohio/Kentucky US area. It started out as a joint meeting among several ASUG chapters, so it wasn’t called a Chapter meeting. It began before “SAP Inside Track” events were created, and we don’t call it that either.


I’m rather tardy getting this announcement out, not to mention this blog may only be visible for a day or two before SCN goes away temporarily for a face list, organ transplant and much needed rest and relaxation, not to mention that registration closes on Tuesday December 6, 2011. And it’s limited to ASUG members, which if you’re in the area and run SAP, you should be anyway.

Go to the ASUG site, log in as a member (you are a member right?) and find this calendar page:

2011 ASUG Developer Tools Day


I won’t repeat the details of the scheduled tracks, but give the highlights here:


  • ABAP Track
    Led by Thomas Jung, SAP
  • Development Tools to Extend the SAP Business Suite Track
    Led by Peter McNulty, SAP
  • BI/SAP Netweaver BW/EIM Track
    Led by Storm Archer & Blair Wheadon, SAP


Hope to see you there (though it’s too long of a drive for me)!

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    • Kenneth: “recorded and available” are not going to happen in this free, face to face event. ASUG does not have the communication budget that SAP does. I will be happy to work on future webcasts and/or podcasts with any of the speakers; all are consistent contributors.  If you could pick 3 topics from the agenda, what would they be (and they can’t all be from Thomas Jung!)?