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UPDATE #2: Brian Ellefritz is holding sessions about “Community – The Path Forward” (in networking session 1), Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. and Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

UPDATE #3: We have a raffle at SAP TechEd Las Vegas to give away six Live Nation Ticket Cash vouchers, valued at $50 each.

Vouchers may only be used within the U.S. and are good for most events ticketed by Ticket Master (except MLB) through Ticketmaster.com.

Conditions: We are randomly selecting six winners attending SAP TechEd from those who shared their photos on Twitter using the hashtags #sapcommunity and #sapteched and / or #goatspotting. Since this is a raffle, we cannot influence who is the winner. Everyone is allowed to participate (including SAP employees).The winner is responsible to make sure that the prize complies with his/her company rules. We will announce on Twitter (@SAPCommunity) three winners at 5:00 p.m. PT on Wednesday and the final three at 3:00 p.m. PT on Thursday. Winners can pick up their vouchers at the SAP Community booth in Show floor Hall D by Thursday 6:00 p.m. PT at the latest Otherwise the vouchers will not be distributed.

UPDATE #1: added sessions by Sebastian Wolf, SAP Solution Architect)

You already might have read Jerry Janda’s blog „See you in Vegas!” where he gave you a first glance into the Community booth activities. Now, as we’re getting closer to SAP TechEd Las Vegas (only one week left!) this is the update blogpost Jerry was referencing. In the following, I will outline our plans, so you really know what’s going on with the SAP Community. If you’re coming to SAP TechEd, I hope you find some time to visit us in the SAP Community booth, which is centered in the heart of the Community Clubhouse, show floor Hall D.

Here are the SAP Community activities:

Monday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm SAP Community Welcome Next to Registration
Tue – Thu 2:00 p.m. “Better Blogging on SAP Community
with Jamie Cantrell (session)
SAP Community booth
Tue – Thu 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. A caricature artist drawing booth visitors (on a first-come, first-served basis) SAP Community booth

Tue – Thu

 

All day long Selfie Wall with pre-printed speech bubbles SAP Community booth

Tue – Thu

 

All day long “What does community mean for you?
Whiteboard brainstorming sessions
SAP Community booth

Tue – Thu

 

Limited availability! Collect your “SAP Community got my goat” ribbon! SAP Ribbon Kiosk
Tue – Thu Limited availability! Pick up a Community merchandise for participating in the Selfie Wall and hunting for a picture of Capra (see below for more information)* SAP Community booth
Tue 12:00 p.m. “Why Community matters”- interview video production, live streaming here: www.sapteched.com/online!! SAP Community booth
Tue 12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.  “From Observer to Leader: Lifecycle of an SAP Community Member” with Jamie Cantrell (session) Networking Session 2, SAP Experts & Solution Center

Wed

 

8:00 a.m. – 09:00 a.m. “SAP Community: Real-World Microservice Architectures on SAP Cloud Platform
Sebastian Wolf, Solution Architect, SAP
Zeno 4608

Wed

 

10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. “SAP Community: Real-World Microservice Architectures on SAP Cloud Platform
Sebastian Wolf, Solution Architect, SAP
Networking Session 2, SAP Experts & Solution Center

Wed

 

10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. “Better Blogging on SAP Community
with Jamie Cantrell (session)
Networking Session 2, SAP Experts & Solution Center

Wed

 

4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. “Community – The Path Forward
with Brian Ellefritz (session)
Networking Session 1, SAP Experts & Solution Center
Thu 3:30 p.m – 4:00 p.m. “Community – The Path Forward
with Brian Ellefritz (session)
Networking Session 1, SAP Experts & Solution Center

1. Sharing your Selfie Wall picture in Twitter with #SAPCommunity #SAPTechEd
2. Watch out for Capra, the goat on the show floor and share your snapshot with these hashtags: #goatspotting #SAPCommunity and #SAPTechEd and #SAPMentors
If you don’t know who Capra is, I recommend Colleen Hebbert’s blogpost.
3. This one might be a bit tricky, but if you manage to follow Paul Hardy’s secret SAP TechEd ground rules you definitely deserve some!
4. While you are at SAP TechEd, comment on this blogpost who you met at SAP TechEd Las Vegas, by using our youngest functionality @mention, we’ll be handing out special coffee mugs, which are even more popular, but also more limited.

 

If you are checking in on Monday (Sep. 25th) between 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., some of our team members will be at the registration area, too. We’ll be happy if you come by and say hi to us. It will be worth it, that’s all I’m saying for now. 🙂

If you are a Community Award Winner, and coming to TechEd Las Vegas we have reserved VIP-seats for you at the keynote. Please look out for Audrey Stevenson, who will help you find your seat. Additionally, you will learn at our booth what other special treatment we have for you.

With so many things going on, here is who will welcome you at SAP TechEd Las Vegas from the SAP Community Experience team:

For those of you who won’t be able to attend SAP TechEd this year, you can always follow the SAP TechEd live stream: www.sapteched.com/online or the recommended Twitter accounts: @SAPTechEd @SAPCommunity and @SAPMentors to stay tuned on the latest happenings.
Additionally, Caroleigh Deneen will have a surprise for those of you who can’t attend to have your own SAP TechEd experience in the Community, so watch out for Caroleigh’s blog coming soon. 🙂

With this, all I’m saying is: This goat to be good and see you in Vegas!

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  1. Andrei Vishnevsky

    #SAPTechEd in Las Vegas is already more than half away. But still, many interesting things are going on and planned. #SAPTechEd is always an opportunity to learn something (or all) new stuff and get your hands dirty many times. However, it’s even more important to grab a chance to meet new people. Is there a limit for maximum mentions per one reply in #SAPCommunity? I’d need to know because I have a huge list. Calling for Mynyna Chau and Jamie Cantrell for help here.

    It was great to meet many experts such as Gayathri Narayana in Cloud Integration questions, Jeff Gebo and Vladimir Pavlov in hybris Cloud for Customer and Extensibility area.

    And certainly young and ready for the future @community_goat and @SAPMentors. Wait…. What??? No such profiles on #SAPCommunity??? Should be fixed, should it not? Anyway, #SAPTechEd is awesome. In all ways you could imagine.

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    1. Jamie Cantrell

      Hi Andrey,

      i believe the current limit is 7 per comment. This was implemented to help divert spammers. Great to see you at the show! I’ll talk to Capra & see what she thinks about getting her own Community account 🙂

      Jamie

       

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