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Related to last tweet: @danbenjamin's 5by5.tv seems to have the most effective ads ever.
The person at SAP who hired Daniel Vocke was a genius: http://j.mp/aDZzSC Blue Ruby, and now a multi-platform ABAP runtime. Awesome.
Hot damn! Localtunnel from @progrium is gonna web app development a lot easier. http://bit.ly/cJWnBx
@davewiner Spiegel has both sides of the story. I don't trust either the Guardian or Assange on this - they are at war. http://t.co/4x4eSXj
Too tired to blog this right now. Here is a video of my thoughts on SAP's developer licensing for web services - http://t.co/7pgZCL9
SAP Teched Las Vegas and Beyond – SAP at the Crossroads http://t.co/HuXaCST7
If this response to my question means what I think it means, SAP BI OnDemand team is about to make a big mistake. http://j.mp/etxWTA
@koehntopp @pixelbase This ain't your parents' SAP. They've got gradients! Oh, yeah, and ByDesign, BObj, River, Streamwork, etc :-)
This is the most detailed presentation on SAP #HANA I've seen. Roadmap promises, plus good honest assessments. http://bit.ly/fbuRFq
@monkchips @cote Coffee is OpEx, Macbook Pro is CapEx. Amortize, deduct depreciation, and it's free! At least that's what I tell myself ;-)
@joeld After 33 espressos you would probably emit enough radio waves to *be* a wifi router.
@steverumsby One thing customers should be a little concerned about is whether there is easy migration *off* of HANA.
Holy crap. Julian Hyde is my hero. SQL & LINQ queries on any data source? Yes! https://t.co/2atUD2L7
And then @gruber goes off and completely misrepresents what Brian X. Chen wrote by quoting a quote. http://t.co/MIotbS49 #headdesk
Good analysis of Oracle's amusing HANA claims from @sapdba - http://t.co/BYImoHfX
My latest comment on the SAP developer licensing situation. SAP still not getting it. http://t.co/bhxsHavo
“The Pros and Cons of NetWeaver Gateway - Four @sapmentors Talk SAP Dev Engagement http://t.co/ZGo22pjC #ensw (via @jonerp)” < blurry Ethan!
A Patent Lie: How Yahoo Weaponized My Work | Epicenter | http://t.co/63YuRE0n http://t.co/NUTrDKO7
I'm not even going to try to sum myself up in 160 characters. I would either fail, or be disappointed that it's possible.
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