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SAP TechEd 2007 – Hard to choose

So I went through this years TechEd schedule. And again this year promises to be a great TechEd year. So much to choose from and too few time to attend all the sessions you want. I created my My Agenda and filled it with all my personal interests. Guess what: all time slots have overlapping sessions. Next thing I had to do is prioritize. I definitely want to attend: SOA250, Enterprise SOA today: Developing an End-to-End Enterprise SOA Scenario and CE251, Advanced techniques with Guided Procedures in SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1. I used my reservation options for those two hands-on workshops. That, by the way, is new this year, you can reserve up to 2 hands-on workshops to guarantee a seat. I think that is great, now I can enjoy my lunch in stead of rushing to get something to eat and then waiting until the doors will open.
Also new is that handouts will not be printed for lecture presentations. This will certainly save the life of some trees on our world. As alternative you can download the presentations a week before start. And that will help me choosing between the lectures I definitely want to attend.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Twan!

Waar zijn de tijden gebleven (twee jaar geleden nog!) dat we je moesten dwingen niet te bezwijken voor 1 of andere reuze interessante advanced ABAP cursus.

Enterprise SOA hier, Enterprise SOA daar... geweldig!

Have fun in Munchen.

Cheers, R.
tbroek said…
Het goede voorbeeld van onze inspirerende chef de mission 2005 heeft zijn doel bereikt!
Anonymous said…
Hahahaha!

Have fun in M.!
Anonymous said…
Kun jij echt je slots reserveren? Inloggen lukt wel, maar telkens als ik mijn agenda bekijk, dan is hij nog steeds bedroevend leeg.

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