Sunday, April 20, 2008

Goodbye SAP, see you soon...

Dear friend,

After more than 7 years at SAP, it is time for me to follow another path.

During the last 7 years I had the pleasure to be challenged with interesting (and sometimes impossible) projects and roles.

I am very proud to have been part of many activities, including training development, leading SAP's eLearning and knowledge transfer initiatives and team management, building SDN and seeing its success, managing global teams and operations and building many prototypes. Representing SAP in many '2.0' events and be a SAP Venture Fellow.
Last but not least, be part of SAP Ux, helping improving existing products and driving ideas for new products.

I am very happy to be part of the SAP ecosystem and more importantly, the SAP extended family.

I made many friends along these years (such as yourself), as well as many air-miles...

I had the opportunity to join a small start up, Veodia, and to help them design and build unique applications with real business value. So I did.

For those who worked with me in the past - Thank you!
And for all the others - Let's build some cool applications and bring value with Veodia.


Saturday, April 19, 2008

Sixty Second Tech is Cal Evans latest project.

As Cal describes it:

Sixty Second Tech is the cure for BSS

Sixty Second Tech is the only known cure for “Blank Stare Syndrome” (BSS). BSS happens when one of your technical friends starts talking to you and unconsciously slips into geek speak. They don’t realize they’ve triggered BSS until long after your eyes glaze over. BSS is an embarrassing condition but a curable one, just spend one minute a week listening to Sixty Second Tech.

If you are looking for great, short, insightful notes about current technology topics and buzz-words, Sixty Second Tech is a bookmark for you.

You can also download the MP3 files or read the ~250 words segment.

Good luck Cal, I am listening...


Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Shay Barry

My long time friend Shay Barry is making headlines in Israel.

Shay and I worked together for many years. He played (and still do) a key role in creating and developing SDN (SAP Developer Network).

It is good to see that his hard work and talent are recognized on this level.

The article in

Scan from the printed version:

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Kudos Shay!