I was gone last week and I don’t think anyone out here on SDN land was missing me. That’s how it should be. You are in good hands with the rest of the SDN Team. I painted the baby’s room in time for the first of May release date and no we don’t want early delivery 🙂
Painting is really meditative and not only because you breath in all these nice fumes 🙂 It is so different from typing on a keyboard most of the day. You really have some time to think. I almost sound like Tom Sawyer, but no I don’t want to trick you into painting over what I have done already. It is just fine as it is.
I want to post more here on SDN, show you that you are heard and give you additional opportunity to influence where SDN and SAP is going.
Speak Your Voice; New ABAP Editor for Older Releases. It was an amazing community effort. Thomas Jung rallied the troops with New ABAP Editor; too good to wait for.Speak Your Voice; New ABAP Editor for Older Releases and the Back-porting the New ABAP Editor to older WebAS Releases with 220 replies was created.
Even though I was on vacation, I finally was able to connect the people, the budget and everything in between. So I am very glad to announce, that end of March Mr. SDN Thomas Jung will travel to Walldorf and work together with developers there to back-port the ABAP editor as well as the Debugger.
I can hardly wait to hear/read his stories (on SDN?). Hope to see a pictures with him and on it Brian McKellar. Although they wrote the Advanced BSP programming book together, they have never been in the same room or even continent. I think it is worth for another unofficial SDN Meet somewhere in Walldorf while Thomas is visiting. I will not be able to join, but I will be there in spirit.
Here is a sign that although it took us a while, we are listening and you as SDNers can influence not only SDN, but also SAP in important ways. I really like this and there will be more opportunities soon, so stay tuned.