You may have heard that as of this month (Jan 2020) Thomas Jung has taken on a new role at SAP as Head of Developer Advocacy. In this episode Simon chats to Thomas about his new role and gets some insights about what to expect from Thomas and his team in 2020.
In this episode, friend of the podcast, most southerly SAP Mentor and our podcast music creator Matt Harding takes a deep dive into the planned Fiori conversion for S/4HANA at Hydro Tasmania with David Shields. Here’s the link to the accompanying blog post https://experience.sap.com/skillup/proposed-fiori-design-for-a-customer-s-4hana-conversion-the-podcast/
In this episode, which we recorded after day 3 of SAP TechEd Barcelona 2019, Rui Nogueira explaines SAP Extension Factory and Kyma in detail. Gregor Wolf and Martin Fischer are discussing with him the various options it offers to build extensions to SAP applications on SAP Cloud Platform.
You can find more information in Rui's blog post:
and on the Kyma website:
In this episode Martin (@cyclingfisch) talks with the SAP Mentors Gregor Wolf (@wolf_gregor), Hendrik Neumann (@h_neumann) and Wouter Lemaire (@wouter_lemaire) about the first day of SAP TechEd Barcelona. After talking about the keynote, it went a rather technical discussion about the SAP Extension Factory, Kyma, CAP, ABAP RAP, gCTS and DevOps in the ABAP world.
Holger Mueller (@holgermu) , analyst with Constellation Research Inc. talked with Martin (@cyclingfisch) about the conference season. They focused on TechEd, but also talked about the DSAG anual conference, Oracle Open World and more.
This episode brings you a few more impressions and expectations for SAP Teched with Sachin Nagal and Morten Wittrock. We also discuss Morten's new open source project CPILINT, which is a linting tool for SAP Cloud Integration. Make sure to head to the open source bar if you are attending Teched https://blogs.sap.com/2019/09/05/new-for-sap-teched2019-the-open-source-bar/
This episode brings you a new co-host on the show as well as interviews with Mahesh Kumar Palavelli, Lucia Subatin and Diego Dora.
We discuss expectations for the upcoming techeds and the SAP Community in general.
Special mentions of the unconference can be found here:
We recorded a couple of chats with Alistair Templeton, Graham Robinson and Chris Paine at the SAP Stammtisch Sydney after the SAP Australian User Group Summit. Jakob and I discuss the topics raised and even manage a quick SAP Trivia Quiz at the end of the show. So grab a coffee sit back and enjoy the show... and make sure you listen all the way to the end not just for Matt Hardings awesome guitar solo! ;-) #easteregg
In this episode Simon sits down with Thomas, Dan, Rich and Craig, four of the original Enterprise Geeks. The guys share their memories from when they started the Enterprise Geeks back in 2008 and we even get to go off in a classic egghead tangent. Enjoy!
For more information and to listen to the back catalog of podcasts go to their website https://enterprisegeeks.com/
This episode Simon and I look into the SAP Coffee Corner on the community. Our discussion takes us to topics from Lego to CO2 emissions to learning from your mistakes. So grab a coffee and enjoy the show.
Discussions mentioned on the show:
Greetings, LEGO builders
Share your "ABAP gore"
Reduce Carbon Impact - Train ride to SAP TechEd 2019 Barcelona
Counting your Mistakes
This episode Martin Fischer is joined by Michael Graf and Tobias Hoffmann to talk about the UI5 framework and UI5con.
Flush game - https://sap.github.io/ui5-flush-game/
Openui5 SDK - https://openui5.hana.ondemand.com/
Sample library - https://openui5.hana.ondemand.com/#/controls
This episode we catch up with Phil Cooley and talk about his recent blog: Like....Follow....Comment....Repeat....Like....Follow.....Comment and the SAP Community in general on different initiatives we believe could benefit the community.
Please check out the Native mobile app ideas for the SAP Community on the following links:
In this episode Jakob and I reflect on our first day at SAP Sapphire 2019 in Orlando Florida. We catch up with community members from SAP and the SAP Mentors who share their expectations for the upcoming Sapphire conference. Stay tuned for our daily updates. Enjoy!
This episode brings a new host on the show. Please welcome Martin Fischer!
He interviews Holger Mueller on topics concerning the change of board of directors as well as the roadmap for SAP.
Holger recently published an article on the subject.
In this episode I sit down with Colleen Hebbert, Graham Robinson and Chris Rae at the SAP Stammtisch in Sydney and we discuss the recent Mastering SAP event and other top of mind topics in the SAP Community. Sit back with your favourite beverage and enjoy!
In this podcast Simon and I interview Florian Henninger for a talk about Eclipse and Abap in Eclipse. What made him do the shift. This episode is packed with tips and tricks about Eclipse and also some of the drawbacks.
We hope you will enjoy it.
A recording of a blog post by DJ Adams from 12th of November 2018.
In this post, I think about the importance of core technologies, and how the arrival of functions-as-a-service might be merely the next incarnation of an idea that’s existed for a while.
This episode I catch up with Nabheet Madan for a look back on 2018 and ahead to 2019. Also we talk about inspirations and his great example of 100 days of QA.
Blogs mentioned on the show can be found here:
Abap a special snowflake
Monday Morning Thoughts
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: