It feels like yesterday that I first set foot in San Francisco but it has been a year already. Time flies and so did I. For the second year in a row I’m on my way to SAP’s Virtualization & Cloud week. The event takes place in the SAP Labs in Palo Alto. The larger area is also known as Silicon Valley. Home of many startup’s and a place of inspiration.
While I’m writing this, I’m halfway through my flight from London to San Francisco. Between five and six more hours of flying to go from here on out. The plane is situated above Greenland for the moment.
I’ll do my best to keep the writing going throughout the event. My focus will mainly be on SAP LVM and SAP CAL but of course I try to absorb as much as possible on the latest Virtualization &Cloud trends. Last year I talked to most of the SAP LVM team members that were present. Why? I invite you to read on and find out. The end will give away one reason out of many reasons why SAP Mentors matter.
It’s not exactly all work though. I will also be doing a little bit of sightseeing while I’m in the valley. I visited a lot tourist spots last year already so this year I’ll visit a few places in a more targeted sense. Alcatraz and NASA Ames visitor center are on top of my list this time.
Of course I also look forward to meet-up with friends while I’m in Palo Alto and hopefully new connections will be forged as well. It’s always a pleasure to meet friends and new people. Real life rocks.
What do SAP Mentors do? Many things, enjoying life is definitely one of those things. I’ll enjoy every minute of the event, it’s a privilege to be there and I’ll soon forget the narrow seats of the economy class flight.
To end, the answer to the question:
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