Archive for October 22nd, 2007

Linklove for an email client – Scribe

Matthew Allen, an old friend of mine, who is an incredibly talented programmer who dreams in windows C++ api calls wrote a email client a few years ago. Personally I have never used it, but I do know, given that we worked together for a while and even were in a band together, that Matt knows his stuff.

He was complaining about the lack of google results for ’email client’ these days. So Matt here is some link love. Hope it helps or alternatively humans reading this blog could check out Scribe.

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There has been some words written recently about the partisanship or otherwise or certain bloggers if they are invited to tradeshows by large companies and have their travel and expenses paid for them.

Well, as I was recently invited to the SAP TechEd conference as a blogger, I thought I would lay out my affiliations for all to see. Yes my flights and part of my accommodation was paid for.

When I was invited to the event by Mark Finnern, I openly asked him (half jokingly) ‘Am I expected to be an SAP Stooge now?’. He laughed and made it quite clear that this was not the case. During the event we caught up to talk about many things one of which was this issue. I made it quite clear to him that although I appreciate the invitation to the event I certainly would not be completely one eyed about SAP. Yes, my company makes most of it revenue by assisting my clients with SAP implementations but if I see something which I think is a little odd I will not hesitate on calling SAP out on it. In my mind that would be like a grain of sand trying to get the beach to change colour but I have been pleasantly surprised how open SAP executives have been when listening to what I have to say.

For that I am thankful and am looking forward to the year ahead and even an invitation to the Berlin TechEd next October.

I have a whole stack of stuff to write up coming out of the conference so hang on to your hat. Hopefully I can get it out before the moment passes.

While we are on the subject of disclaiming I am also a customer of FreeAgentCentral and there is a nice win-win if you sign up from this link. If I am writing about FreeAgentCentral it is because it is great software that is saving many UK contractors time and money in producing their accounts.

Lastly, I am part of a team developing a product called ChurchWorks. Church managment software if you will. If you ever catch me writing about that it is because I am trying to raise it’s profile and make a few sales.

So I hope that lays a few things out in the open. if you have any questions you are always welcome to leave a comment or get in touch.

Back at my desk

Well after a pretty amazing week at SAP TechEd and a nice relaxing weekend in Munich I am back at my desk implementing and customising SAP for my clients.

I am going to be busy as a beaver but I have a stack of blogs queued up in my Microsoft Live Writer trying to get out so hopefully I can find a few moments to bring these to you.

It was great meeting everyone in Munich. It is much nicer to have met the people behind so many urls.