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Author's profile photo Witalij Rudnicki

Celebrating 3 years of Wrocław SAP Community meetups

Yesterday, we had our 3rd anniversary meetup of Wrocław SAP Community.

Our tireless Paweł Grześkowiak (who was the host of the meetup as well) presented the topic of “ABAP Tips and Tricks”. It was a good moment as well to introduce Damir Majer‘s ABAP Koans to participants and to get folks interested in ABAP CodeRetreat that Damir runs with Christian Drumm.

For me it was a chance to present what will be happening during the rest of the year.

And then it was time to celebrate and to discuss!

I’d like to thank everyone who found time to join that Friday evening to participate, to discuss and to celebrate.

It has been 3 years, but no plans of slowing down. The next meetup is already scheduled for April 20th. It will be during GeekWeekWro – two weeks long marathon of Wrocław’s technology communities get-together.

Hey! And mark your calendar already for May 19th, when SAP Inside Track is coming to Wrocław!

So, see you here or there!
-Vitaliy, aka @Sygyzmundovych

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      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Thanks for sharing, Witalij! Nice cake. 🙂

      I'm curious how was the meetup started and how did you manage to keep it a success for 3 years? We have an ASUG chapter in our state but they only have meetings once a year in our area and there will be none this year. So I feel our local SAP community is rather under-served by ASUG and could use a less formal meetup group. But taking it off the ground is a bit of a challenge.

      Also perhaps Paweł Grześkowiak could share some ABAP tips and tricks with us on SCN? 😉

      Author's profile photo Witalij Rudnicki
      Witalij Rudnicki
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      Hi Jelena. Yeah, the cake was really tasty and ... not that unhealthy 🙂

      Besides the fact that we have quite a few companies in the city doing SAP implementations and 450+ people signed up to the average participation is 15-25 people per meetup (4-6 per year). Out of that about 10 folks are the "core", who usually come.

      Even with this rotation (or maybe because of that) I keep meeting interesting people, and that keeps me motivated to get these meetups going.

      So, no secret sauce, just effort and the math 🙂