Here at Sapphire I’ll be doing some podcasts. Yesterday I nipped up to the Apple Store in Lenox and bought a microphone for my nano. (more about the Apple Store experience later – it rocks)
As an experiment I took it with me to the bloggers dinner last night. I won’t post the Mark Crofton “what I did while at university” interview provided he sends me that college fund contribution cheque regularly.
Brian Sommer is a former Andersen consulting practice leader, and is attending Sapphire as a blogger. Jim is a Corporate Officer at SAP, and leads development of the SAP Business Suite and industry solutions.
The nano+micromemo did its job, even surviving an attack halfway through the recording. I’ve posted the mp3 here. in the raw form, there is a fair bit of noise and it end oddly. I’ll have a feed-podcast lesson from Cote and Craig, the kings of podcasting.
Interesting bits for me:
1. The role of Denmark in R/3’s internationalisation.
2. Fundamental Architecture change trumped functionality.
3. We are in a the middle of a shift again, but it isnt the same as the R/2- R/3 shift.
4. Stepwise vs Big Bang
5. Fashion and appliances