Well, here we are again... The call for Marco presentations has just gone out. I'm thinking about changing the format of how I present...
If you've attended the European CWG conference, and if you've listened to Michael Zarges' presentation on day one really well, then this post is probably old news for you.
But if you haven't, here's the grand, mindboggingly cool idea: Let's have a place for the CWG on SAP's market, the SAP EcoHub.
Why is this idea so mindboggingly cool? (btw major parts of this idea actually comes from David Silverman - thanks!).
So there I was...... In a Berlin hotel...Forced to drink German beer.... Oh, the sacrifices those of us who attend the CWG conferences make for those of you that don't.... Read on to see what I thought about the show...
By now, you should have subscribed to Phil Martin's newsletter... You did subscribe right??? If not, go here;
Not that long ago, Phil released his first newsletter.. In which he was really kind to me... I think it's just because I structured my last 2 Marco presentations so that he'd win beer, but that's another topic...
At any rate, he got me thinking...
Learn Variant Configuration
Normally when blogging I blog more as an individual than as my company Radiant Think. But in recent times the company focus is moving to the training aspects of SAP Variant Configuration and largely in the "downunder" part of the world in Australia and New Zealand.
But one thing we are starting up that can be shared by anyone is a monthly newsletter called Learn Variant Configuration.
Just found out that I will be in Berlin... Looking forward to an interesting conference...
As I've done in the past, I thought I'd ask if there is anything in particular the attendees at Berlin might like to hear me ramble on about.
I do have some time constraints between now and then, so it would really be easiest for lazy old me if I presented something I've already got done... But I'm open to new ideas too..
Well, if you attended the Marco Island conference, you heard me get a tiny bit beat up on the use of ECM. Read on to find out some of the details and what I'd like to hear about from you!!
I know it seems as if the Cologne conference just got over....But believe it or not, Marco Island is right around the corner...It'll be here before you know it...
Have you begun thinking about it yet??
Yes Dorothy, some of us are going to take that big silver bird (not the yellow brick road) and fly down to Orlando, Florida to go see the SAP Wizard..Not quite sure what this strange, infamous being looks like, but I hope it isn't like this;
Many of the contributors and members of the CWG are experienced VC users or maintainers. However we have a lot of members who have joined because they need to know more. In fact we all want to know more. One of the challenges someone new has to deal with is the SAP Help for VC. For someone new I dont think it is that helpful as although most of the information is there it is not really well organised and lacks a focus on good design practices.