Pomerol, f#cking awesome! The food was delicious. John was our server,
great. Rocky made us want to spend the whole night at the bar. The chef
brought his "A" game. Wished we lived closer, would live there.
The taste of my own blood is clarifying. As it drips down from my nose my comrade asks if I'm okay. I smile and say, "yes." For what other answer can I give?
The SEACA Systema, http://seacasystema.com/, warriors and warriors-in-training have been through far worse. They've served their country and family in too many ways to count, and they have endured far more than a bloodied nose.
I breathe and blink once, i nod and I smile as my way of saying continue, there is more I need to learn. Knowing that my, "yes," helps me grow as a martial artist, that a tiny defeat or mis-step is a trifle in the span of a life that will take more than 150 million steps goo.gl/CkDHgD
I learn from this moment and I allow this moment to train me to: manage my breathe, let my footwork move through me (instead of thinking about my footwork) and most of all, no matter how fatigued, I must keep my hands up.
"SAP is now finally a leader in marketing. Who would have thought
that?" SAP Hybris CTO, Moritz Zimmerman, in his keynote to the 2017 SAP Hybris Global Summit had just highlighted the company´s appearance as a leader in the latest Gartner magic quadrant for multi-channel marketing.
And indeed, SAP Hybris, the commerce arm of the German software
giant, is finally talking about being — among other things —
a "marketing cloud." It´s been a long time coming. Tracking the progress
of Hybris over the last fewyears,
I´d perceived an avoidance of discussing the whole marketing cloud
space — an emphasis, instead, on front office microservices.