This blog is in response to those kind people who have been reminding me that I should plug the sessions I am involved with at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas. 🙂
I will be presenting the 1-hour lecture CD208 – The Right Way to Enhance SAP on Wednesday afternoon as part of the ASUG Fall Focus sessions.
This topic was proposed in response to feedback from the ABAP developer community. Their message was that many ABAP developers understand and appreciate the importance and relevance of the SAP Enhancement Framework but would like to actually see how to utilise it.
So CD208 will be few slides and lots of time in SE80 showing examples of how a developer can create, manage and implement enhancements. I will also show the Switch Framework and how it can be used to control implementation of enhancements.
This session will also be of value to architects and managers who want to see how the Enhancement Framework changes the way ABAP enhancements and modifications are implemented.
For those of you wanting to really get your hands dirty with the Enhancement and Switch Framework Mike Hirsch and Sebastian Wolf are running a 4-hour hands-on workshop CD361 – Enhancement and Switch Framework” on both Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. I was originally going to help with these workshops but unfortunately I was double and triple booked so I had to drop out.
I will be helping some of the other SAP experts deliver their hands-on workshops.
On Wednesday and Friday mornings I will assists Bertram Ganz and Stephan Matthee in workshop CD163 – Creating Mashup User Interface with the New Web Dynpro ABAP Page Builder. I think this will be a great session that will show off some of the latest capabilities of the Web Dynpro ABAP development and runtime engines.
On Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning I will assist Thomas Jung (perhaps you have heard of him) with the CD164 – Using SAP NetWeaver Business Client workshop. I am really looking forward to this as Thomas’ sessions are always well attended and no matter how well you think you know something Thomas always drops in little nuggets of invaluable information.
Whether you are tempted to attend any of these sessions or not I hope to catch up with as many of you attending SAP TechEd Las Vegas as possible. Please feel free to wander up and start a conversation with me – or any of the other SAP Mentors – at any time.
Viva Las Vegas!