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It’s just 2 weeks from today that call for submissions for ASUG sessions at SAP d-code ends.  Here are the details:

What is SAP d-code (source: SAP)

• For nearly two decades, we have delivered world-class technology training and education to customers, partners, consultants, and employees through the SAP TechEd conference series.

• In 2014, the SAP TechEd name will be retired and the conference will evolve into an exciting new program called SAP d-code, which will address education, collaboration, and networking for the entire SAP ecosystem of developers and technology professionals, incorporating the best elements of SAP TechEd.

SAP d-code Proposal Submission

• Submit your session proposal at here for the ASUG sessions at Las Vegas, October 20-24, 2014

• Deadline to submit proposals is Sunday, May 25 – two weeks from today!

Please note these submissions are for non-SAP speakers only.

Some more recommendations:

  • multiple submissions are allowed
  • please be as detailed as possible
  • all sessions are 60 minutes long

For more information on SAP d-code, see this video below with SAP’s Mark Finnern and Craig Cmehil

Don’t forget to submit –  submit your session proposal at here

For track structures see Sharing is Caring – Submit your ASUG d-code (former SAP TechEd) Proposal

For submission steps see ASUG SAP d-code (former SAP TechEd) Proposal Submission Steps

The deadline to submit your abstract is May 25.  If you have any questions, please e-mailsapdcodespeaker.info@sap.com

Do you have stage fright or need more motivation to submit?  See Why (and How) You Should Become an SAP TechEd Speaker

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  1. Gareth Ryan

    I suspect I’m being stupid (or as usual being outwitted by the wonder that is the SCN search tool) but does anyone have any similar information regarding submissions for the Berlin D-Code?

    Thanks,

    G.

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  2. Gareth Ryan

    Just as a quick update to this, I reached out via the email address Tammy Powlas suggested above and understand there are no external submissions for D-Code Berlin this year, which is a shame…

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