The famous Java Posse finally reached their episode 100 and a video of the event just got uploaded to google video. Go watch it and if you don’t know the podcast yet, go and get subscribed. It’s really worth listening.
In this third and last part of the TechEd Conversations I had the pleasure to talk to two people from SAP, that I met once again in the booth area where SAP was presenting their latest products and innovations.
The first one is Thomas Jung and I don’t think it’s necessary to introduce him further more, right? We had a short talk about his work on the backport of the new ABAP editor and some of the upcoming features.
Second is Christopher Hearn, Product Marketing Director at SAP and he is focusing on Custom Development as well as Linux and Open Source in general and we had a lengthy talk about this topics.
This is the second part of the TechEd Conversations where I talk to a couple of the regular attendees about their time at TechEd 2006 and the experiences they had.
As time flies TechEd is already about one month ago. Listening to the conversations I had there for myself brings back memories to the great time I (we) had in Amsterdam. Hopefully it works for you too.
This episode is only about 10 minutes, perfect for a small walk after lunch, while doing the dishes or whenever you tend to listen to podcasts.
Make sure to check back next week, when I talk to Thomas Jung and Christopher Hearn from SAP.
It was already out there (in text and audio) that i planed to do some podcasting from TechEd in Amsterdam. I prepared some stuff in the run-up but had no real mobile recording facility. Craig helped me out by giving me his MD recorder and also had some valueable tips on podcasting . Unfortunatly the audio quality was farly bad and some editing and remastering was necessary whereby releasing this stuff was a little bit delayed.
But finally it’s out so give it a try.
The first part are conversations that i had with three third party vendors (SGI, T-Systems and Microsoft) that where presenting there products in the booth area in the main hall. This was really offhand so please bear with me if this does not sound like a professional interview;) This part is about 30 minutes long but i still have to additional part that i’m going to release in the next weeks.
Go get it, have fun and let me now what you think or if you had any problems listening e.g. on your MP3 player.