Jul 19 2010 by Matthias Steiner in SAP Community Network
So, after the great success of the SCNotty Awards last year, the SCN team decided to take it to the next level turning it into:
Jul 15 2010 by Matthias Steiner in Bits
I consider this is a must read for everybody interested in social networks...
Jul 09 2010 by Matthias Steiner in Wordpress | 1 comment
In today’s blog post I’ll quickly guide you through a few simple steps to setup a WordPress Blog for a domain of your choice. It’s no rocket-science and even the less technical people should be able to succeed in this – as I’ll try to demonstrate ;)
Jul 09 2010 by Matthias Steiner in SAP Community Network | 4 comments
Back in the days
I clearly remember working in my very first DDP (distributed development project) back in 2004. It was a strategic, XXL, mission-critical new breed of application that laid the path for Composites at SAP. That was in the early days of SAP NetWeaver and as such we brought together a diverse bunch of people to make it happen. We had people from the US, Germany, India and Israel on our roster. It surely was an ambitious goal resulting in a very busy time, yet also very rewarding and interesting at the same time. Looking back now, I tend to think that it also started my thinking about cultural awareness….
Jul 02 2010 by Matthias Steiner in Blogging | 4 comments
It’s really interesting… on one side I get a lot of visibility such as being featured on SCN Career Landing page with my recent article about being a Software Architect and the feedback exceeded my wildest expectations, yet I still feel that we are far away from establishing the required feedback mentality required to really live-up to the social aspect of Web 2.0 in general….
I see that everyday. And w/o feedback blogging is just a monologue. I think that the reader – by taking the time to read – is also responsible to at least leave a short remark on the content. Nothing is more de-motivating to the author/blogger to see that hundredths of people have read something w/o leaving any indication whether or not they liked the content or not. So, I try to do that… if I took the time to read something (or listen to a podcast or watch a video blog) I’ll at least leave a short comment/remark…
As such… here’s just a recap on these twop topics from my side: