My First SAP Inside Track #sit Experience
My First SAP Inside Track #sit Experience.
I would like to share my experience which I had at SAP Inside Track Bangalore #sitBLR, which is my first SIT event I attended.
I was waiting for this SIT to happen in Bangalore from past 2 years. And finally waiting came to an end by seen a post on December 26, 2019, which is posted by Sudip, I was thrilled and excited very much.
Immediately registered to the event and submitted the nomination for the speaker as well.
And the day came Feb 1st 2020, in the beautiful premises of SAP Labs Bangalore #sitBLR Happened
It’s really an awesome experience, I got a chance to meet a few LinkedIn friends. Where we used to exchange knowledge over LinkedIn but meeting them all in person for the first time is a great feeling.
It started at 10:00 AM and continued till 5:45 PM, the whole time never got bored with 10 sessions or felt exhausted at all because of the interesting topics given by experts in SAP also Quiz and games which are conducted by Dipti Jena & srishti kumari kept event more interactive and fun especially spin a wheel ?
All the sessions wear very interestingly and informative which Enlighted all.
Mitesh Shah (VP, SAP CP) – SAP Cloud Platform
DJ Adams – functional programming
Sai Krishna Vallurupalli – Prediction Ledger Functionality
Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat – SAP Cloud Platform Integration
Vijay Gunti – Automatic Face Detection – IoT
Me Ruthvik Chowdary ? – Supplier Evaluation & Flexible Workflows
Lingaiah Vanam – Fiori User Interface (UX)
PAVAN S – Developing SAP Fiori apps with cloud foundry
Nitin Deshpande – Building Microservices using Docker and Kubernetes
Hariharan Manikandan – Outlook proposes SAP CPI with PDF
Though it’s my first SIT I got an opportunity as a speaker
I really enjoyed, learned and meet new people.
And, I would like to take this platform to thank people behind this successful event, the main face to make #sitBLR a memorable event to all participates who attended is Sudip Ghosh If he didn’t take all the pain and responsibility means this couldn’t have happened. Really, I appreciate your effort, Bro.
And also other organizers & volunteers backed up him and made this one a great success.
|Nabheet Madan||Dipti Jena|
|Shailesh Naik||srishti kumari|
|Harsha Vardhan Kotni||Ram Sakha Kumar|
|ashutosh anand||Santosh Varada|
And Sponsors, without money nothing will happen ?
Finally, the IT team who worked hard to make the event without any issues like projector, systems for showing demo, networking & all event supporting things not even a second got wasted because it’s just because of you guys,
Some of the memories which I have taken back
Personally, I feel SIT should happen more frequently in Bangalore. At least quarterly once.
The only challenge which I or many speakers faced is time slot of 30Mins, to deliver the content and to make more detailed explanation at least 45mins or max 1Hr has to be allocated, Yeah in that case the event needs to happen 2 days or the number of sessions will be less that’s another point.
So next time please consider this point to make the event more than 1-day ?
Once again, a big thank you to all the Attendees, Speakers & Organizers…
See you at next #sitBLR….
Thanks & Regards
SME – S/4 HANA Manufacturing & Procurement
SAP Ariba P2P