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Agenda #sitNL - SAP Inside Track Netherlands November 23rd

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Counting down, only a few days to go before sitnl kicks off. I think we have a very interesting line up at our fifth SAP Inside Track NL. Thanks to all the speakers who have submitted a session.

This year we have shortened the sessions a bit to make sure that there is enough time to get to know each other, talk to each other and enjoy. But with 8 tracks, there is still enough knowledge to absorb ;-) And we all know:

You can gather new knowledge by sharing yours.




TimeDownstairsUpstairs
10:00
Welcome and opening

10:30
SAP HANA Cloud Platform

11:10
Visual analysis of relational data with SynerScope on HANA
Niels Willems Danny Holten
Test Driven Development(TDD) Introduction and Live ABAP Unit TDD Coding Session
11:50
What I took away from SAP TechEd with regards to enterprise mobility (and devs)
Search through your ABAP code base realtime non-HANA
12:30Lunch
13:30
Dutch BI Podcast - live
Let's take that call. Build your own Fiori style (calltaker) app
14:10
Developing a SAPUI5 Desktop UI with the Neptune Application Designer
Trends, some live hacking, statistics, SAP Security topics from SAP TechEd 2013
14:50Break
15:20
HANA vs RDBMS battles and HANA integration into ABAP 7.4
Overview of where and how business logic is implemented in SAP applications
16:00
HANA Control Center (SAPUI5 app) in the Mobile Portal
Floorplan Manager introduction. What is Floorplan Manager, why should we use it and where to start
16:40Break
17:10
Surprise session - please don't tell me what it's going to be about!

17:50
Wrap up

18:00
PubQuiz

18:30
Dinnertime!




Please see our Wiki page for event details and registration (only 5 seats left though ;-)

See you Saturday at our #sitNL celebration party, your organization geeks:


Posted on SCN as well.

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