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I got an invite for SDN community day.

Hi all,

I have received an invite from Gali Kling Schneider to attend SDN community day at Bangalore.This would be my first ever Teched so anybody can share any information on what and how community day goes or what is community is all about..

Regards,

Ameya

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Hi Ameya,

Please do not feel pressure to create a session but only do so if you have a topic that you would like to share with others or would like to try to help facilitate a conversation around a subject that you think is interesting and would like to have people discuss. You can use the wiki link and then (while logged on using your userid to SDN/BPX) edit the wiki page to add a line to the wiki table. This can be done by using the WYSIWYG editor or going to wiki markup mode and carefully following the wiki tags already in the table. For example go to this link: <a href="https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/Community/CommunityDayBangaloreNovember27th">Community Day Bangalore</a> and take a look at the Info tag and then again at the link <a href="https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/pages/viewpagesrc.action?pageId=33390">View Source</a>. This will show you the "markup" version of the page.

A line in the table looks like this:

8

Twitter meets Netweaver

SDN

[Craig Cmehil

profile:Craig Cmehil]

Where each set of lines || constitutes a column in the table and [] refers to an alias and a link. In this case, Craig Cmehil becomes the text of the hyper link that points to Craig's profile in the wiki.

Craig is going to speak about Twitter in Netweaver. People who don't even know about Twitter might find it very interesting to understand what it is and why you would want to find a way to encorporate it into the Netweaver landscape. In Vegas and Munich there were interesting conversations (led by <a href="http://redmonk.com/jgovernor/">Red Monk</a> and the authors of the <a href="http://thegeekgap.blogspot.com/">The Geek Gap</a> about the IT/Business schism and the new business meeting the new IT.

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