Showing posts from February, 2011

SAP NetWeaver Spotmeeting: Adobe Interactive Forms

Knowledge sharing is important, especially in our SAP NetWeaver world, which is very knowledge-intensive. Last week we had colleague Rudy introducing us in the Adobe Interactive Forms world. In a hands-on workshop we were able to create our 'first Adobe Interactive Form'. Pizza's, cola and SAP - ingredients for a successful evening. Breaking heads on the exercises. More pics in my Flickr set .

Doing scrum without knowing

Just stumbled upon two old pics. Couldn't help thinking that I am already doing scrum in SAP projects much longer than my current project which is often called the first SAP project using scrum in NL. Here's one of a project in 2003: And another one of a giant dashboard in 2004/2005: Do not underestimate the power of simplified communication. A dashboard gives your team (and yourself) a great overview on where your project is standing. It doesn't have to be very difficult, a brown paper or a whiteboard and some post-its and there you go...

SAP Inside Track NL 2010 / Recap

Our 'family picture', taken during the after party. The die-hards looking back at a successful event. On Saturday November 20th, more than 50 SAP TechEd enthusiasts gathered in Eindhoven (Netherlands) to participate in the second SAP Inside Track NL . A small recap of the #sitNL event in my SDN blog .