SAP TechEd 2020 – Here’s a look at my agenda. No badges, No bags, No problem.
SAP TechEd 2020 is free, it’s virtual, and it’s really really big. I can’t hope to attend all the great sessions virtually. Let’s be honest, I wouldn’t have been able to attend them in person either. Sure I don’t have to do all this now though:
- Pack a bag.
- Go to the airport.
- Get an Uber.
- Check into the hotel.
- Get to the conference.
- Pickup my badge (read to the end).
- Find my sessions.
And I left out, coffee. lots of coffee at least till the evening, then other beverages with friends from around the world.
So lets talk about what I am going to do this year to stay connected to my friends and colleagues.
- Set alarm to wake up.
- Walk into home office.
- Login and enjoy!
That’s a little more simple and a lot, oh wait, almost forgot:
Let’s get adding to our schedules!
Here is where I go first. Channel 1 listed on your attendee dashboard will guide you to round the clock content over the entire duration of TechEd. Two major highlights to point out are:
Our first Developer Keynote. Different from an Executive Keynote in a few ways, but the biggest is that we wanted to show that we listen to you, our SAP technology users. And we know what it’s like to have to combine a recipe of several SAP ingredients to cook up a successful app.
Also a first for us, as you probably know from our lead up to SAP TechEd we held our Devtoberfest 2020 event. Be sure to catch the announcement of the community voted winner here. If you haven’t voted yet , what are you waiting for, follow this link now!
SAP’s UX Mobile Strategy Realized with SAP Cloud Platform [DEV107] with Sami Lechner and Thorsten Stephan
and a great session on how we use iOS here at SAP,
Containers, Open Source and App Virtualization:
VMWare, SAP on VMware — VMware’s Road Map for Current and Next-Gen SAP Solutions [DAT120] which ties in nicely to the above sessions on virtualization.
And last but not least the team of Developer Advocates has a lot of great sessions. Find them here:
Please enjoy your SAP TechEd experience. It’s for you: our customers, developers, partners, and users, that we love doing this. Have fun and let me know if I can help in any way. I miss you all very very much…
Oh, I almost forgot, I do have a badge!