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Do you want to meet the coders behind SAP Products – get to know them! Understand what they are working on? Then join us for  “Koffee with Gurus” @ TechED – Las Vegas…an An informal, yet innovative platform to meet the coders behinds the product, hear key insights on what they are working on and brainstorm on ideas collectively.

Setup: Developer style setup with whiteboards, IDE enviornments & coffee

Timings: Wednesday [2 to 5p.m], Thursday [ 3:30 to 5p.m]

Location: Veronese 2406 (second floor), Venetian

 

 

 Schedule:

Topic

Gurus

BYOB!: Come take a walk with me inside the SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.0 platform infrastructure.

Peter Tippett

Structured Chaos: Overwhelmed with information, information overloaded? Gain Insights on information management strategy around unstructured data

Hemant Puranik

Walk in the Clouds: Public and hybrid clouds for running SAP applications

Manish Garg

Cloudy with a chance of Standards: let’s talk about open source, open standards , and government regulations when it comes to cloud computing

Steve Winkler

ABAP, Java and beyond: Languages and their runtimes at SAP, a love story? Explanation and comparison on different language execution runtimes and a look into the future.

Daniel Vocke

New Roads: SAP NetWeaver On-Demand platform, Lean Java Server, On-Demand Form Builder, River Domain Language and application lifecycle management tools

Benjamin Wesson, Ariel Bentolila, Yoram Hod

HANA DataServices easy – learn how to load data into HANA very easily and very quickly

David Cao, Monfor Yee, Freda Xu

Model in the world of HANA – Learn tips on HANA modeling  and content development. Also learn how to build ABAP based application

Juergen Hagedorn, Eric Westenberger

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  1. Fred Verheul
    Hi Somya,

    Sounds like a cool idea to me (I really like coffee 😉 ). Would you know whether something like this is also planned for Madrid?
    Thanks…

    Cheers, Fred

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  2. Hemant Puranik
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