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On June 09, 2014 I saw on SDN, SIT-2014 event is planned in Noida. Very exciting :smile: :smile: :smile: .....


Just Wow…. a wonderful place to learn, share and connect with SAP consultants… I would not miss to mention when I asked for the approval

from our AVP Mr. Vijay Lakhanpal, his words…. Sure man go ahead…

I with my team members (Tarun Gambhir and Rahul Sinha) registered for SIT technical track as a Speaker, to showcase one of our recent

achievement and challenges with the audience.

On 07 July, 2014 we got a confirmation from SIT team that our session is selected for the event…. We were really very thrilled and shared

the announcement with our SAP practice managers and started preparing our DEMO. My entire technical team helped us on this,

Dharmesh Sharma-(BASIS), Aashika Aggarwal (NW GW) and Gopal Khandelwal (ABAP). These people are really awesome,

thanks to them for sparing their time from their busy project schedule for making a great success of our session…..

On 17th July, 2014 we got the schedule of all the lectures from SIT team, ours was 2nd in the list.

As we all were working on multiple mobility projects, we had to extend our working Hrs. On Thursday Night 24 Jul, 2014 (before the event day)

all the development objects of one of our US Mobility Project was planned for QA move.  That was really a big task where you have to

validate all the developments and TRs…. Validating the system etc…. I worked till 12:30 AM for this activity and parked the failed ones for the

Sunday… and went to sleep….

Next Day… was the big Day…. The SIT Event day…. I woke up at 05:45 AM. As per our plan Tarun picked me at 07:15 AM and we head towards

Noida…… We also picked Rahul at 07:45 AM and safely reached Amity at 08:15 AM.

Oh! Man… Amity guys were really awesome…. Their arrangements and hospitality were really inordinate…. We collected our Speaker badges

and entered the seminar hall. kumarmayuresh for their supreme vision. Such events should happen frequently…

Thanks to Amity and Stargaze. Thanks to all the volunteers and the people behind this great event.

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