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Author's profile photo Oliver Kohl

SAP Inside Track Berlin 2019 – Call for Content

SAP Inside Track is coming back to Berlin in 2019 in its third installation, and it is going to happen this time on Saturday, August 31. #sitBER will again be at the SAP DATA SPACE in Berlin Mitte, our fantastic event location, close the Hackesche MΓ€rkte and Brandenburger Tor. The event is free of cost, including food and beverages, but only with limited seating for around 60 people. So block already that weekend for a trip to beautiful Berlin and join the frenzy πŸ˜‰

In case you don’t know the SAP Inside Track concept, and wonder what to expect, be prepared for a full day of high quality sessions with a BBQ at the end. To get an impression of the variety of content, check out the session recordings on our YouTube channel. All sessions of 2017 & 2018 are available, and this years sessions will all be live streamed and recorded again.

Participation at SAP Inside Track Berlin is freeΒ because of the sponsoring byΒ Thomas Saueressig, President SAP Product Engineering. Registration is open, so don’t hesitate to let us know that you will be part of it.

Call for Content

Inside Tracks live by the amazing sessions presented by SAP Community members like you! We are looking to get diverse, high quality suggestions from you to make #sitBER 2019 another outstanding event. If you are interested in presenting a topic, please go to the #sitBER Wiki page where you find how to contact us. We are very much looking forward to your contributions.

As a little teaser, here the session by Sascha Junkert from last year on “DevOps in SAP ABAP Landscapes”, a topic that has gained increased attention since then.

Hope to see many of you in August in Berlin.

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      Author's profile photo Witalij Rudnicki
      Witalij Rudnicki

      The proposal is submitted πŸ™‚ Next time watch out what you are asking for πŸ˜€

      Author's profile photo Nigel James
      Nigel James

      Sounds fantastic - I will popover for the weekend! πŸ˜‰

      Author's profile photo Oliver Kohl
      Oliver Kohl
      Blog Post Author

      We'll make sure to have a seat reserved for you πŸ˜‰

      Author's profile photo Marius Obert
      Marius Obert

      Damn, I already planned a vacation trip for that week. I hope you guys and girls will have fun!

      Author's profile photo Oliver Kohl
      Oliver Kohl
      Blog Post Author

      There is never the right time, but maybe next year you can make it.

      Author's profile photo Paul Hardy
      Paul Hardy

      I have just submitted my proposal to give a speech. Berlin is a wonderful city. My wife will go around sight seeing whilst I talk SAP related nonsense.

      Author's profile photo Oliver Kohl
      Oliver Kohl
      Blog Post Author

      I have been expecting your submission after meeting you at #sitPOTT πŸ™‚

      Author's profile photo Waldemar Falinski
      Waldemar Falinski


      I have also submitted my proposal as a kind of continuation of what I have presented on #sitWRO in April:

      Scrum as a delivery engine in SAP Activate – so, how all the teams and people can contribute in the success and prevent from troubles in SAP digital transformations.

      I can see some very interesting speeches of this sort from last sitBER so now I am psyched whether this can fir or maybe this is of no interest...

      You can see what I have presented on #sitWRO here:

      Look forward to hearing from you soon!

      Author's profile photo Oliver Kohl
      Oliver Kohl
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Waldemar, got your submission and will get back to you.

      Author's profile photo Waldemar Falinski
      Waldemar Falinski

      Thanks Oliver, note this is a kind of proposal I have made studying last topics, but if this could get into a clash with other I am more than happy to shape differently, (but still around SAP Activate) like:

      • Kotter's model of change as a great supplement for SAP Activate;
      • Quality aspects of the created solution (as SAP Activate has it limited to project means) like time cost and scope)
      • whatever may fit as part of a stream from Project management side

      Regards, Waldemar

      Author's profile photo Sascha Junkert
      Sascha Junkert

      Last year was a blast, I can highly recommend to participate. Unfortunately I cannot visit Berlin, as my wife and I are expecting our 2nd child πŸ™‚ Have fun everybody!

      Author's profile photo Lukas Weigelt
      Lukas Weigelt

      Registered! Thrilled to be finally able to attend a sit :->