SAP Community keeps growing and growing and I am super excited for this Welcome Corner as it gives the chance for not only new members but everyone to get to know one another and connect with each other.
As my colleague @Katherine_K gives an overall introduction to the Group and what you can expect from it in her blog post, I’d like to take the opportunity to start a discussion about the different locations represented in our global SAP Community. I am interested to read where you are located and where SAP Community is spread around the world.
I am from Germany and currently living in Wiesbaden, which is the capital of one of the sixteen German states located in the west. After years of studies and living in different places, my hometown has caught me again with its charm and the closeness to friends and family has won me over.
But now I am curious, where are you tuning in from?
Hello,Nice to meet everyone!
I was born in Chicago, Illinois and was raised in the suburbs. Chicago is a beautiful city steeped in culture. As Winter approaches, I look forward to visiting the various museums with my family.
I am very much looking forward to contributing to the community by creating blog posts from time to time.
I am from Vilnius the capital of Lithuania which is one of three Baltic sister countries. Where we have pink soup, beautiful nature, the geographical centre of Europe and a whole lot of curious specialists looking to get to know SAP better. It is a pleasure to join the community.
Looks absolutely yummy! 😍
Maybe you want to share the whole recipe here: https://groups.community.sap.com/t5/coffee-corner-discussions/what-is-your-favorite-dish-or-snack/td... 😊😋
Hey @wiktormarch also a welcome from my side. Where exactly are you from in Poland? We have so far two groups for Poland: one for Katowice https://groups.community.sap.com/t5/katowice/gh-p/katowice and one for Warsaw https://groups.community.sap.com/t5/warsaw/gh-p/warsaw - this might be interesting for you to join.
Welcome to groups Kevin @harradine!
I don't think it's boring - there's a lot to be said for not having the disruption of moving to a new school for example (speaking from experience!). My parents moved us a few times as children. I've always lived in Ireland - just in different parts.