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Community Talks in Barcelona – Here’s what to add to your SAP TechEd agenda

Image: Community Talks at SAP TechEd Las Vegas, here: Michelle Crapo Phil Cooley and Pieter-Jan Deraedt

As we had lots of diverse talk submissions collected and finally presented by SAP experts like you in Las Vegas the other week, there are more to come to Barcelona. For those of you who don’t know what Community Talks are: Community Talks are 20-mins presentations (+ time for Q&A at the end) by the community for the community, where you can learn at first hand from your peers who talk about project challenges they faced, outcomes and lessons learned, best practices or advice coming from their own experiences when working with SAP products.

In other words, Community Talks are there for you to learn and grow together. An attendee even shared his feedback with me saying how he likes the down-to-earth vibe during Community Talks that he attended in Vegas, as those reflect a true experience sharing mentality.

I really hope that you are attending SAP TechEd Barcelona to be able to join these talks and get engaged with our speakers and the community. It’s not too late to register. Now check out what’s on the agenda and mark your calendar for the following Community Talks at SAP TechEd Barcelona, taking place in Show Floor Theater 3:

Tuesday
11:00 a.m.

Next-Level IT at SAP: Digitalizing Your Future Workplace

CT122

Tim Puplinkhuisen
Tuesday
11:30 a.m.

How to Build Development Teams Capable of Working in a Modern SAP Landscape

CT130

Pieter-Jan Deraedt
Tuesday
01:30 p.m.

Open Source at SAP: Project “Gardener”

CT134

Matthias Sohn & Ulrike Fempel
Tuesday
02:00 p.m.

Automate Your Integration Governance with Open-Source Software

CT135

Morton Wittrock
Tuesday
02:30 p.m.

Breaking the Taboo: Working with Stress- and Anxiety-Triggered OCD

CT136

Anne Johnson
Tuesday
03:00 p.m.

How adidas Turned SAP Fiori Apps from Gadget to a Business-Critical Tool

CT137

Dominik Meier
Tuesday
03:30 p.m.

Dive with SAPUI5 and SAP Cloud Application Programming Model

CT138

Volker Buzek
Tuesday
04:00 p.m.

Discover How to Write an Press Book for SAP in Three Steps

CT142

Michal Krawczyk
Tuesday
04:30 p.m.

Is the Lack of Women in Tech Workplaces Making Us Less Emphatic?

CT139

Ausra Gustainiene
Tuesday
05:00 p.m.

How to Become an Influencer

CT141

https://people.sap.com/tamas.szirtes
Tuesday
05:30 p.m.

Enterprise Cloud Deployment: State of the Market

CT123

Rizal Ahmed
Tuesday
06:00 p.m.

Daily Event Recap With Tech Influencers

CT156

Malin Liden & Tech Influencers
Wednesday
09:30 a.m.

Find Your Way to SAP Cloud Platform Integration Bliss with Groovy

CT140

Eng Swee Yeoh
Wednesday
10:00 a.m.

Enter the Matrix: How You Can Transition into Development

CT143

Ronnie André Bjørvik Sletta
Wednesday
10:30 a.m.

Grow Your Brand with the Community

CT144

Douglas Cezar Kuchler
Wednesday
11:00 a.m.

IT Showroom: A New Marketing Channel

CT145

Anja Rosker
Wednesday 11:30 a.m.

Science Behind Mindfulness

CT148

Nilay Peksen

 

Wednesday 12:45 p.m.

Toward Progressive Delivery: Reducing Business Risk

CT202

James Governor

 

Wednesday
01.15 p.m.

The Next You: How to Jump to the Next Stage of Your Career with SAP

CT149

Douglas Cezar Kuchler
Wednesday
01:45 p.m.

Practical Tips and Guidance to Reboot your Career

CT151

Phillip Parkinson
Wednesday
02:15 p.m.

Unleash the Power of Sharing: Bootstrapping a Local SAP Community

CT152

Ronnie André Bjørvik Sletta
Wednesday
02:45 p.m.

SAP S/4HANA Migration: State of the Market

CT124

Rizal Ahmed
Wednesday
03:15 p.m.

Set Talent into Motion with Emotion

CT146

Dominik Ley
Wednesday
03:45 p.m.

Create Data-Driven Intelligent Applications Using SAP Data Hub

CT147

Satish Kopparty

 

Wednesday
04:15 p.m.

See and Experience Data Management Stories with Your Own Eyes

CT157

Jonathan Simpson
Wednesday
05:00 p.m.

Daily Event Recap With Tech Influencers

CT156

Malin Liden & Tech Influencers
Thursday
10:30 a.m.

Context-Sensitive, In-App User Assistance in the Intelligent Suite

CT153

Mirko Woitalla
Thursday
11:30 a.m.

Modernize Your Applications in a Cloud-Native Fashion: Project “Kyma”

CT131

Piotr Bochynski

Thursday

12:00 p.m.

Where are the women in the SAP Community

CT204

Anne Petteroe
Thursday
02:00 p.m.

Managing Cloud-Native Architectures with Kubernetes and Istio

CT158

Casey West
Thursday
02:30 p.m.

Build your SAP Cloud Platform skills, the intelligent enterprise foundation

CT200

Ralf Becker
Thursday
05:00 p.m.

Open source solutions for SAP Fiori user interfaces

tbd

Mladen Droshev, Frederic Berg, Philipp Pracht
Thursday
06:00 p.m.

Daily Event Recap With Tech Influencers

CT156

Malin Liden & Tech Influencers

There are only a few more to be scheduled which will be reflected in this table soon.

With this, I would like to thank all speakers in Barcelona for sharing their knowledge with the wider SAP community and hope to see many known and new faces listening to the Community Talks next week. See you there!

And if you haven’t heard of “unconference-style-meet-ups” yet, Jerry Janda gives you an understanding of it: please don’t miss this opportunity in Barcelona.

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  • These talks are amazing.  Because I was there waiting to talk, I got to see some of the other ones.  I had more than one favorite.   The one I didn’t think I would like was presented by a Deloitte employee.  “How to Influence people”.   I found some gems in that talk.

    Another one that was fun for me is 0 to development star by Phil.   What a cool journey.

    Sue always needs a mention.  She talked directly to a bunch of us.  Yes, no slides involved.

    And I can mention many, many more…   It is well worth your time to set through at least one of these that catch your eye.   ALSO – if you can speak.  That’s so much fun.  Sharing and getting more information back.   That’s what a community is all about.  HOWEVER, I know how busy our schedules are.  I went to the LV one.

    Enjoy and have fun!  I already know you’ll learn something.  🙂