Jun 23 2010

Accepted to Present at SAP TechEd 2010

Categories: 2010 SAP TechEd Dave Rathbun @ 9:14 am

I got an email yesterday saying that one of my abstracts has been accepted for the 2010 edition of SAP TechEd. I will be talking about universe design over non-ERP data, showing the SAP folks that you can build universes on more than just cubes. :)

The selection process for the fall BusinessObjects conference in Orlando is continuing through July 2nd. I submitted several abstracts for that conference as well, including one on universe change management that will feature a (hopefully) completed version of a script to compare universes that I started writing years ago. I am using the script today (thus the abstract) but it’s far from completed, and certainly not ready for public consumption.

As a side note, the “Conferences” category on the right menu for my blog has continued to grow. I experimented with a couple of Wordpress plugins that would allow blog readers to expand / collapse the categories as needed, but so far neither of them have worked to my satisfaction. Either they didn’t work in all of the browsers I tested, or they looked bad, or they were not as functional as I would like. But hopefully I will get something there soon in order to avoid having that category take over the entire side of the screen.

3 Responses to “Accepted to Present at SAP TechEd 2010”

  1. Comment by Eva

    Congratulations !! I am from China, and I am your fans … :)

  2. Comment by Dell Stinnett

    Congrats, Dave!

    I also submitted a couple of abstracts for the Orlando conference that I’m waiting to hear about. Hopefully I’ll hear something before I leave on vacation on Friday….


  3. Comment by Dave Rathbun

    Dell, the selection committees are supposed to turn in their selections by July 2nd. I would guess that the acceptance (and other :shock: ) letters won’t go out until the following week.

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