In a recent Guerrilla Tactics for SAP’s OnDemand ‘Go to Market’ Strategyabout Guerrilla Tactics for SAP’s OnDemand ‘Go to Market’ Strategy, I suggested various ideas to get the developer community excited about these new developments.
One suggestion concerned SAP “Project River” – how does it compare to xyz?:
Suggestion 5: Place all the River videos on YouTube
Currently, the majority of River instructional videos are either restricted to developers who have been lucky enough to get access to the preview environment or have joined the CodeX River Sample applications project.
Create a SAPRiver YouTube channel and make all these videos publicly available. Continue to create new videos and solicit videos from other River developers / users.
There was some humorous discussion on Twitter from the SAP River team about publishing videos on YouTube, so I decided to start this video dare.
I’m daring the SAP River team and other current users of the preview environment to create videos of their own and post them on YouTube The goal is that developers involved in initial tests can pick up momentum and discover new functionality more rapidly.
I’ve create a wiki page where users can post their videos.
Note: Now some readers may be thinking, why am I investing so much time recording these videos when the platform is definitely going to evolve and the UI / offered functionality may be totally different in the future. Those currently lucky enough to have access to the preview environment can get up to speed faster if they don’t have to learn everything on their own. I created my videos in anticipation of the other videos that will also emerge as a result of the dare. They’ll hopefully allow me to learn about features from SAPRiver that I haven’t discovered yet.
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