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Occurrence at SAP inside Track Bangalore

Today (3rdDecember 2011) I was in dilemma whether to attend SIT or not because of weekend but somehow I have managed personal calendar and attended the event, It has given me a wonderful and unique opportunity to meet community folks personally, new learning about Buzz words and beyond, knowledge gain on current trends, Quiz, Lucky dip and fun with learning etc.

Here I would like to share the some of the interesting topics which I have got an idea from SIT Bangalore session

Beyond Buzzword: foretaste about the cloud, in memory computing and ODP etc…. and also we have got idea on how to fare in to new technology and also Amazing Q&A session with Jon Reed , Martin Gillet and Leonardo De Araujo

What is HANA all about: it allows the processing of huge Amount of real time data in the main memory of the server to provide immediate results and also it has several integration and replication  options from SAP system and Non-SAP system.

Another wonderful session about the Code exchange in SCN shared by Gregor Wolf A place where developers/community members can share their innovative projects/idea s in SCN, it would defiantly would help our fellow network members…it was amazing session.

One more beautiful demonstration on side panel usage in NetWever Business client by Thomas Jung, All the standard application can run on the canvas of NWBC like Web Dynpro for ABAP, BI reports and SAP GUI Application…etc.

In my view or I would call it is a “Network Teched”   SIT Rocks…

Special thanks to Somnath, Dipanka and one to all for making this event is fruitful.

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  • Hello,

    Thanks for sharing your experience at SIT Bangalore. Although I remember we networked with all the participants,am I forgetting meeting you? Will meet again at next community/SAP event.


  • SAP Inside Track – they are fun, and everyone learns a lot, networks…  Hey you already know all this.

    Thank you for posting about SAP Inside Track.  It is great to read about a successful SIT!  I am sure the organizers love to read these blogs too.