In this post, I think about what it is that made me start blogging, and about the reasons to start blogging that might resonate with you, if you’ve not yet made that step
In this post, I think about my experience going from primary school to secondary school – “big school”, how that parallels our collective move from on-prem to the cloud, and how the community is more important than ever in this transition.
Link to episode: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/10/15/monday-morning-thoughts-big-school-and-community/
This episode jumped to life based on a picture published by Bjoern Goerke about a very special reunion. https://twitter.com/_bgoerke/status/1022480891300470784
Think of a time in the early days of the internet,
where cloud was in the skies,
virtual reality was reserved to NASA technologies
SAP had just entered the German stock index.
Well the topic of todays podcast is from this time, its where our 4 guests teamed up to create what we know as the ITS.
This episode hosts Bjoern Goerke, Michael Heckner, Michael Bechauf and Thomas Grassl for a trip down memory lane.
I just realised that SAP Press had subscriptions based on one of their latest tweets. In this podbite I have a chat to Florian Zimniak on what the SAP Press subscription has to offer and he also share's some exciting news from SAP Press.
Give us feedback on which books you would read with the service on https://answers.sap.com/questions/599833/edit.html to win one month free subscription.
In this episode Jakob and Simon chat with Jamie Cantrell and Jason Cao about diversity, inclusion and the mindset we all need to have for a healthy SAP Community.
In this episode we chat with Nigel James and Graham Robinson both long time SAP Community members about Nigel's recent Blog titled ABAP - The Special Snowflake https://blogs.sap.com/2018/07/02/abap-the-special-snowflake/ We discuss ABAPGit, the importance of automated testing and the future of ABAP in the Cloud. Enjoy!
In this pod bite Jakob will read the blog post published on the 9th of July by Bjoern Goerke. He is going through why the SAP Cloud Platform is an essential piece of SAP's offering to help customer innovate. Link to the blog is here: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/07/09/5-reasons-for-sap-cloud-platform/
This podbite brings you and interview done by a good friend of the show DJ Adams. The interviews RUI Nogueira about the new application programming model for SAP Cloud Platform.
As a bonus there is a big secret to be revealed in this podbite. We hope you enjoy.
In this quick Pod Bite episode I will read a recent blog post by Murali Shanmugham that covers the many SAP Cloud Platform announcements made at SAP SAPPHIRE 2018. I hope you enjoy it and check out the full blog here: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/06/11/sap-cloud-platform-announcements-at-sapphire-2018
This episode brings you an interview with Craig Cmehil, who is the new head of the SAP community and Mentor program. We discuss his blog: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/05/22/hello-my-name-is-craig/ as well as touches the blogs from Graham Robbinson: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/05/13/what-do-i-want-from-scn/
And from Nigel James:
In this episode I read a recent blog post by SCN Elder and fellow SAP Mentor Graham Robinson. Graham tells us what he wants to see from SCN in 2018. Enjoy! Here's the link to Graham's blog in it's full glory: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/05/13/what-do-i-want-from-scn/
In this episode I read you a blog post that I came across in the SAP Community recently that I really enjoyed. The post was written by none other than Mr. DJ Adams here's a link to it:
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Tweet us your feedback and suggestions at @SAPCoffeeCorner. Thanks for listening!
This second episode brings Moya Watson as co-host for the show. We talk about her blog concerning diversity and also draw the winner for the free ebook. Hope you enjoy.
Link to Moya's blog:
Link to the SAP Mentors treasure hunt:
This is the first SAP Community podcast made by members of the community. In this podcast we are talking through three blogs that caught our eyes in the last month.
Links to the blogs: