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#sitNL analysis in Tweets

Another recap on this years #sitNL . Let's have a look at the tweets that have been published. A tool like TwUniverse provides a lot of fun. Thanks to Martijn Linssen . 872 tweets, starting at 20 Nov 2011 18:50:33 and ending at 28 Nov 2011 07:08:24 on: #sitNL. That is 4.84 per hour Top 10 most active participants @steinermatt (78=9%)  @fredverheul (59=7%); @qmacro (56=6%) @martijnlinssen (49=6%) @thorstenster (45=5%)  @wolf_gregor (44=5%) @tbroek (36=4%)  @ttrapp (33=4%) @mgillet (33=4%) @lvhengel (27=3%) Top 10 influential (based on getting RT-ed) @qmacro (26 = 9.8%) @fredverheul (18 = 6.8%) @wolf_gregor (17 = 6.4%) @steinermatt (14 = 5.3%) @tbroek (13 = 4.9%) @boobboo (12 = 4.5%) @roelvdberge (11 = 4.2%)  @thorstenster (10 = 3.8%) @lvhengel (10 = 3.8%) @jpenninkhof (9 = 3.4%) Top 10 most mentioned @tbroek (62 = 9.6%) @jpenninkhof (50 = 7.7%) @thorstenster (44 = 6.8%) @qmacro (40 = 6.2%) @steinermatt (40 = 6

SAP communities ROCK!

What could possibly motivate 70+ people to come together on a Saturday in Eindhoven? Was it to: Share passion with 70+ geeks and peers? Exchange business cards from 30+ different companies? Attend one of the 14 expert sessions? Meet with one the 11 (!) SAP Mentors? Shake hands with one the 5 DemoJam heroes? Enjoy Mrs. Penninkhof’s dinner? It was - of course - all of the above. And it was a blast; the third SAP Inside Track in the Netherlands proved once again that the SAP community rocks ! Please continue reading on my SDN blog . It contains 2 interesting tweets and 17 replays of the day. sitNL speakersclub 2011 (Sven van Leuken and William van Strien missing) sitNL participants cloud

Recap #SYTYCI - So You Think You Can Innovate

And the winner of our So You Think You Can Innovate competition is: Flexible Workflow Wizard Innovators:  Diederick Bossenbroek ,  Ravi Santani Second: View on Healthcare Innovator:  Luc de Bruijn And third: mTime Innovators:  Jan Willem Kroneman ,  Leon Zijlstra ,  Roel van den Berge ,  Louis van de Wiele It was a close - very close - call. The rating was based on 2/3 by customer/CIBER jury and 1/3 by tweets. It turned out that the tweets with #FWW pushed them to the nr. 1 position. Congratulations Diederick (Service line SRM) and Ravi (Service line SAP NetWeaver). We were very proud to have a jury that consisted of a selected group of honorable CIO’s and IT managers of CIBER’s key customers in the Netherlands including NXP, Attero, VGG, IFF and Royal BAM. A great competition that even made it to our local newspaper:  Eindhovens Dagblad . So for sure a sequel is planned in 2012, we will even try to make it an international competition.