Last week I looked at the first half of ASUG BI webcast statistics. Later that day Chris Kernaghan hosted another SAP Community Call – Creating the Perfect SAP Incident. I wrote a recap here and you can listen to the recording here.
SAP Mentor Alumnus John Moy facilitated a Mastering SAP Tech customer research workshop in Australia, to find out “what’s top of mind for SAP customers in tech” and crowd-sourced via twitter
On Thursday, for the first time (that I know of), the ASUG Virginia Chapter and the Maryland Chapters held a joint chapter meeting in Washington DC. Combined with the ASUG Executive Exchange, the registration numbered well over 100, which is unusual for the Virginia Chapter. I wrote a recap here
Source: Ina Felsheim
If you missed this, you are welcome to join/attend the next ASUG Virginia Chapter Meeting on October 27 in Richmond, Virginia, the capital of Virginia. Little known fact – Richmond is the *third* capital of Virginia (after Williamsburg and Jamestown).
See you there?
SAP Mentor Jerry Wang wrote three blogs this week:
- Ruby Script in C4C Oberon View
- A real example of promise usage in Cloud for customer framework
- Step by step to debug UI5 application running on iOS device with your windows laptop
Oliver Kohl, SAP Mentor Alum, posted SAP Inside Track Berlin Agenda and is looking for non-SAP speakers. SAP Inside Track Berlin is September 2nd, and to my knowledge is the first SAP Inside Track to be held in Berlin.
Did I miss any moments?