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SAP TechEd Top 10

With only 13 days to go I need to finalize my TechEd schedule soon. But so many sessions to choose from, 309 in total and only 3 days to plan them in. I know it is a kind of luxury problem, it must be the same feeling as my kids have in the toy shop ;-) Remind me building a business case to attend TechEd USA next year. Then I have 5 days to plan sessions ;-)

Past two years I focused on Composite Applications and the Visual Composer. This year it is time for the next level, the next big thing in SAP land: Business Process Management. I am signing up (reserving a seat) for:
  • BPM160, Building Your Own Composite Business Processes From Scratch With SAP NetWeaver BPM
  • BPM262, How to Use Business Rules With Business Process Management
And I will get in line for
  • COMP278, Service Composition with ES Repository and Composite Application Framework
  • BPM260, The ABC's of Modeling and Using Business Rules in SAP NetWeaver CE
  • IM264, Embedded SAP NetWeaver BI with SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer 7.1.1
  • SOA260, Build an End-to-End SOA Scenario Using the SAP Discovery System for SOA
  • SOA267, SOA and B2B

And of course I will support my colleagues Ronald, Peter, Leo and Niels.

TechEd2008 Subjects Top 10
  1. SAP NetWeaver (121 sessions)
  2. SOA (35)
  3. Java (18)
  4. BPM (16)
  5. BI (16)
  6. ABAP (16)
  7. Enterprise services (13)
  8. Composites (12)
  9. Web Dynpro (12)
  10. Business Objects (8)

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