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  • » SAP Market
    OData and JavaScript or are thinking of getting into it it s a great opportunity my POV If your company or business is considering application development for non cloud in memory then this should be something for developers to focus on If you know you re way around JavaScript and Gateway OData Services already even better If there is no uptake in your company for HANA XS then this option still represents a great addition to the UI5 option described above as it taps into a very similar skillset Do nothing This is the least favourable option Here ABAPers just keep on doing what they re doing maybe keeping up to date with latest ABAP AS features at a minimum Bluntly it means you are not moving on or aiming to stay current my POV Despite the doom and gloom I d wager very much that there will always be a backend meaning that despite all new these new layers and platforms I ve described above the need for an optimised and up to date ABAP backend will remain As a result this will leave ABAPers with plenty of work for the next years maybe decades At the same time cost pressures and increased levels of commoditisation in the ABAP area will mean that a smaller number of developers might be required In a nutshell you will be very much competing on price and location Posted in ABAP Conferences SAP Market TechEd 1 Comment Technology Forum UK Day 1 a summary Posted on March 21 2012 by Michael Koch At a time when lots of my Mentor colleagues are at SAP s internal DKOM events I had the opportunity to attend SAP s semi public UK Technology Forum in St Albans on March 21st and spent day 1 there mainly focussing on information around User Interfaces and Netweaver Gateway As a regular TechEd visitor events such as this are not providing you with a raft of new items around SAP products but instead give you with a gut feel for the local customer and developer community I have yet to see this evening s Demo Jam but so far it s been a worthwhile trip which is mainly down to networking and chats I had Here are my key points User Interface and User Experience demos and presentations were around HTML5 either driven by Sybase Unwired Platform or developed straight using HTML5 and CSS3 For example Keytree demoed an interesting live retail app for iPad that uses HTML5 hooked up to a SAP retail backend via homebuilt RESTful services CompriseIT demoed a new SAP tool to generate native iOS consumption UIs for Netweaver Gateway services UI5 It didn t come as a surprise to me but there were no specific news on SAP s new UI framework UI5 which is jQuery based However according to the SAP partners I spoke to it is something everyone is looking into now Keytree mentioned they are using Sencha libraries a Javascript framework on

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  • » A double-Logo SAP ?
    are many angles on this topic cost vision culture However it might just show that SAP s employees saw themselves confronted with too many changes in recent years A new logo might have taken this too far for some Bringing back the blue logo resembles the Piece de Resitance for many of them You could see it as heritage Having said that for top management it s potentially easier and more cost effective to keep things as they are and focus instead on customer relevant changes Which is precisely what SAP blue or orange now does This entry was posted in Blogosphere SAP Market Bookmark the permalink One thought on A double Logo SAP Permalink Raju Shrestha July 10 2015 at 5 27pm Sir can you please throw some light on the meaning and importance of the color ABAPers outside SAP do not know that Regards Raju Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 July

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  • » 2015 Trends for ABAPers – a brief overview
    2014 has shown the evidence The recent addition of OpenUI5 extended the use case to open source community based extensions of UI5 libraries In both scenarios Gateway and Odata are providing the supported link to the backend system my POV Most SAP customers are now looking at better User Experience UX and implementation of products such as Personas or UI5 which are now included in licence costs and can be downloaded by customers for free Therefore ABAPers are well advised to look into JavaScript jQuery UI5 is based on it and Gateway in order to stay current and deliver the better UX using Fiori like UI5 apps Because of the more imminent customer focus on this topic I see this area as the option with the biggest skills bang for buck for developers Change management and lifecycling using Git might challenge Abapers initially but is likely to become 2nd nature fast Hana XS Launched 2 years ago as part of HANA SP5 XS Extended Application Services it includes a full AS web server and application services in a single place Even die hard abapers rejoice once they discover the opportunities of XS If you already know OData and JavaScript or are thinking of getting into it it s a great opportunity my POV If your company or business is considering application development for non cloud in memory then this should be something for developers to focus on If you know you re way around JavaScript and Gateway OData Services already even better If there is no uptake in your company for HANA XS then this option still represents a great addition to the UI5 option described above as it taps into a very similar skillset Do nothing This is the least favourable option Here ABAPers just keep on doing what they re doing maybe keeping up to date with latest ABAP AS features at a minimum Bluntly it means you are not moving on or aiming to stay current my POV Despite the doom and gloom I d wager very much that there will always be a backend meaning that despite all new these new layers and platforms I ve described above the need for an optimised and up to date ABAP backend will remain As a result this will leave ABAPers with plenty of work for the next years maybe decades At the same time cost pressures and increased levels of commoditisation in the ABAP area will mean that a smaller number of developers might be required In a nutshell you will be very much competing on price and location This entry was posted in ABAP Conferences SAP Market TechEd Bookmark the permalink One thought on 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Permalink Raju Shrestha July 10 2015 at 5 23pm I am an ABAPer and want to venture in the areas of Hana Studio and UI5 But with no previous experience in this area I do not get projects egg and chicken problem So doing the same

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  • » TechEd Keynotes – they’ve grown up!
    product and community advocates SAP Mentors Altogether 4 of the group s existing and alumni members came onstage to showcase solutions This in itself is a case in point that Mentors are more than an illustrious group of experts who provide a sounding board for the german software business they re agents of innovation Bjoern Goerke s demo on Tuesday morning driven by an as always bubbly and entertaining Ian Kimball was another highlight and example for the change of keynote delivery style we re witnessing In a suit geek style the duo built a mobile application in 3 simple steps An exec building an app on stage surely has to be a first within the Enterprise software arena All in all this change in delivery style is promising and provides a hopeful lookout For me at least Disclosure as a member of the Mentor program my conference attendance ticket is paid for by SAP This entry was posted in ABAP Blogosphere Conferences TechEd Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009 June

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  • » Heads-Up for independents: SAP Press book discounts
    has sky rocketed or you need the convenience of accessing the entire library for the next 12 months whilst on the move then this might be an option for you Offer ends April 30th 2013 This entry was posted in ABAP for SD book Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 October 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 July

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  • » ABAP for SD book
    Consultant Sean and a fictive company Byrell Corporation While Christine is a young developer well versed in topics such as OO programming Sean is an experienced SD consultant who occasionally dabbled in ABAP but has never created a class parameter in his life Continue reading Posted in ABAP ABAP for SD book 1 Comment ein Buch un livre a book Posted on August 24 2012 by Michael Koch Some of you might have noticed that I neglected this site a little recently However others of you might also remember that some time ago I vowed to come up with new stuff Well the time has finally come to reveal what the prolonged silence was all about I have written a book Back in October 2011 I began talks with Kelly Harris of SAP Press about a technical book for the Sales and Distribution SD module of SAP ERP A lot of emails went to and fro across the Atlantic discussing content and format but by Christmas 2011 I started writing My book will be published by SAP Press in September October 2012 and is called ABAP Development for Sales and Distribution in SAP Exits BAdIs and Enhancements If you are a beginner to intermediate ABAP developer functional SD consultant application architect or involved in a SD project then this is the book for you In a real world approach it will introduce enhancement methods to you and compare them so you understand the pros and cons With this book I am hoping to give consultants a better understanding of the enhancement process how to find enhancements choosing the right method implementing them properly You can pre order the book now from the SAP Press online store but I ve been assured that there will be many ways to get hold

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  • » If you spot me at SAP TechEd Las Vegas…
    TechEd I will also hold two Expert Networking sessions this year on Freelancing as SAP Consultant An experienced freelancer myself I do get a fair amount of people asking me how do you become a freelancer or when is the right moment to start working as a SAP contractor I want to try and answer these types of questions in my two 30 min sessions on Wednesday 3pm and Thursday 2pm Both talks will take place in Lounge 7 Hall C My current thinking is that I will record the sessions for a wider web audience Leave it with me Looking forward to meet you in Vegas This entry was posted in Blogosphere Conferences TechEd Bookmark the permalink One thought on If you spot me at SAP TechEd Las Vegas Permalink Sue Keohan December 11 2012 at 11 48pm Michael it was such a pleasure to see you at SAPTechEdLV You definitely saved me when it came to my Meet the Experts session and any other time spent in your company was time well spent Can t wait to see you at the next event Sue Comments are closed About me My name is Michael Koch SAP Solution Architect Mentor and SAP Press Author This is my company profile and site ABAP Development for SD book Pixelbase Electric Looking for my the blog musings about electric vehicles and transportation Follow this link to Pixelbase Electric Recent Posts Come and see me at SAP Insider Events in 2015 A double Logo SAP 2015 Trends for ABAPers a brief overview Archives Archives Select Month October 2015 November 2014 October 2014 April 2013 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 May 2012 March 2012 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010

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  • no programming creativity required anymore at this stage the program should cascade from the specification In addition there should be a standards document that gives the programmer information about naming standards how to structure your code and how interfaces should look like for example If you now say that specifications never live up to the detail they ought to contain in a perfect world then I say this should not be ironed out by a creative programmer who goes away and does his or her own thing If a specification or analysis document is below par then this reveals a poor development process in general which has to be resolved upstream and at the source Otherwise it s like compensating for a bad golf swing by simply moving your body to one side It s lazy Saying this is of course not very fashionable and snazzy especially with all the innovation hype that s pumped out by today s software corporations These days every software developer who is seeking success is easily sucked into thinking that in order to develop the next Instagram or Twitter you have to be perceived as out there creative getting it Here is the kicker as far as the pure programming is concerned you need to stick to agreed rules Am I saying that no creativity is involved My answer Far from it But here is my criticism No one seems to say that coding in itself is not the creative part of developing software successes From my own experience successful software projects are based on all or a combination of these points Good successful software is a team effort this has always been the case in IT history and is not a new paradigm Analysis and gathering requirements with the actual users is important because that s where you ensure your product doesn t suck It s where you listen You never design or specify software in a vacuum Respecting boundaries budgets software platforms languages your customer etc is important It s also an important difference to the work of artists who are not limited by boundaries If you develop in a team environment you need standards and agreements that go beyond the daily programming and span entire projects Finally coding requires focus and discipline You need to stick to what has been agreed and specified In some cases this is one of the last steps of a long software development journey Just a human brain and a machine Of course you can sit at home and hack away to your heart s content I deeply encourage you to do so because it is great for learning You might conjure up some cracking prototypes something that combines technologies and will be the foundation stone of IT s future You will still be restricted many things but this probably is the closest to creativity you can get It s just a human brain and a machine I know this can be thrilling for sure It

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