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Proud to be on SDN

The demo application that Ronald and I made for the SAPience is documented in a SDN blog: A composite application cookbook. So if you want to try this at home - and really you should - follow the cookbook and enjoy your composite.
After posting to SDN I got a very enthusiastic reaction from Marilyn Pratt, she is a member of the SDN team and the community evangelist for the Business Process Expert Community. She made it possible that the cookbook was posted on the CAF homepage on SDN. That already made me proud. A few days later I received an SMS from Rik: "Hey you are on the SDN homepage". No need to say that this made me very proud!

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