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The Agile SAP Roadshow

Coming weeks are story telling weeks. Sander Hoogendoorn and I have our Agile SAP story on the agenda at the following events:

September 24, 17:00 (GMT+1)
2009 Virtual Community Day
An SDN webcast open to everyone who is interested. After my slides I hope to have an interesting discussion with fellow SDNers on this topic. This will be my first webcast, I will try to prevent any technical flaws ;-) Follow the Twitter updates to get the link where the session is broadcasted.

October 22, 14:15
SOA Symposium, Rotterdam
Sander and I will do the “Agile SAP: Mission Impossible” show together for the first time. Hope we have enough time for all our slides and stories ;-)

October 27 – 29, SAP TechEd Vienna
During the SAP TechEd in Vienna I hope to find a timeslot to organize a meet up with other agile enthusiastic participants. Maybe we can find each other in the community clubhouse and have a cappuccino together.

November 25, 14:00
Landelijk Architectuur Congres 2009 (Dutch Architecture Congress)
Our story is divided in two sessions:
First mine: A recipe for an SAP SOA project: from spaghetti to lasagna.
Then Sander: Designing service oriented projects with smart use cases.

Currently I am busy starting up the next Agile SAP project at the Dutch Railways. But first we will do a review on our first project. The results will most certainly end up in a blog entry ;-)

Comments

Unknown said…
Twan,
I'm looking foreword to the results of the review.
Cheers, Tim Ruijters (founder of SAP Wikia, http://nl.sap.wikia.com).

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